Labor Demand Theresa May ENDS in the midst of Brexit chaos, while Corbyn's party says she's ready for an early election
- John McDonnell said the current Brexit chaos is "no way to rule a country"
- After David Davis, who resigned sensationally over Brexit, intervened
- Labor insists that it has been ready to vote since last June's opinion poll
Tim Sculthorpe, Deputy Political Editor for Mailonline
Workers today demanded that Theresa May and her government be set aside for losing control of the Brexit process.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell called for an end to the "paralysis of government" and warned against "ruling a country."
He said that the government does not have a majority in parliament, suggesting that Ms. May should convene another early election to reach a clear conclusion.
Workers sources insisted today that the party is ready for another early election "whenever it comes" since Mrs. May threw away her majority last year.
Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell called for an end to the "paralysis of government" and warned against "no country governing"
Mr. McDonnell said that the government does not have a majority in parliament, suggesting that Ms. May should convene another early election to reach a clear conclusion
Sources of work today insisted Jeremy Corbyn was ready for another early election "whenever it comes" since Ms. May discarded her majority last year
When David Davis' resignation became known, McDonnell said, "We are now in a situation where the government is paralyzing.
Now that Theresa May has enforced her Brexit policy through her Cabinet, she now knows that she has no majority to push her through Parliament, and yet the Brexiteers do not have the votes to get rid of them.
"No way to rule a country."
He added, "With a prime minister unable to hold his ministry team together and with such instability in government, it is impossible to see how EU leaders could take Theresa May seriously in the next round of negotiations.
"It's time for her and her party to put country before the party and go."
Labor leader Ian Lavery said: "This is absolute chaos and Theresa May has no authority.
"The Prime Minister is in office but not in power, she can not deliver Brexit, and our country is completely at a standstill as the Tories give in to their leadership qualities.
"We can not continue this way, Britain needs a functioning government."