Theresa May has insisted she will not quit her job if MPs vote down her Brexit deal in the House of Commons.
The Prime Minister once again called on politicians to ‘hold their nerve’ and get her Brexit deal through Parliament to give people a ‘better future’.
As she heads towards an almost certain defeat by many of her own MPs when it comes to the meaningful vote on December 11, the PM said: ‘I will still have a job in two weeks’ time.’
Asked if she would resign if the Commons rejected her Brexit deal next week, May told This Morning: ‘I’m focusing on, you know, getting that vote, and getting the vote over the line.
‘Because this is, as I say, it’s an important moment in our history. Read more