Michael Heseltine has said that it is ‘not realistic’ to think that Theresa May will fight the next general election.
‘I don’t myself believe that there will be an appetite in the parliamentary party to re-run the last general election’.
‘I think they’ll want a new leader, and my advice to them very strongly is they’ll also need not just to change the singer, but to change the song’.
Mr. Heseltine also suggested Brexit would make it harder for Theresa May to continue as leader.
‘Already the Labour party have smelt the wind and are beginning to hedge their bets over Brexit.’.
‘The Brexit negotiations, which are already humiliating will indicate to people just how unwise the whole Brexit process is’.
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