Backbenchers in Theresa May's Conservative Party will decide today on whether to allow another vote of no confidence in her leadership, in a move that could
MP Nigel Evans told CNN that the 1
"18 Conservative MPs will meet today … and we will decide whether we want to change the rules or not," Evans said.
"But we'll see because we had a vote a few weeks ago and we decided rather narrowly not to change the rules but a couple of things have happened since then The talks between the Conservative Party and the Labor Party have broken down completely. in June …. the forecast is not particularly good for that, "he added.
A spokesperson for Nigel Evans, who is the Joint Executive Secretary of the 1922 Committee, said he is in favor of changing the rules.
If the rules are changed, it would probably prompt an immediate challenge against May, in an effort to force her out.