Steve Baker, the former Brexit minister may join the Labour party and topple the government. He said that there is a possibility of him supporting the no-confidence vote against the government to show his protest on PM’s Brexit plans. At this time there are no such circumstances expected, but as Conservative MP will vote against government, he aded.
The MP’s are expected to vote again related to Brexit and May’s government can face no confidence vote if the new plan gets rejected. Baker was one among the MPs who did not support May’s Brexit deal last time. The Brexit delay will be bad, but it is good to leave without May’s deal, he added.
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