Would You Trust Jeremy Corbyn as Caretaker Prime Minister?
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon expressed support for installing the Labour leader or "someone else" stating that a vote of no confidence in Boris Johnson was the only" failsafe" option.
She added that leaving the EU without a deal was a "terrible" idea.
Boris Johnson's prorogation of Parliament has been ruled unlawful by the Supreme Court and the decision was followed by the opposition leaders asking PM to resign.
Boris Johnson announced Wednesday that he will suspend the Parliament in September. British pound is loosing value as the political crisis deepens.
Jeremy Corbyn is planning to oust the incumbent PM, Boris Johnson with a vote of no confidence backed by a MPs coalition including rebel Tories and other opposition parties. He's facing opposition from the supporters of Boris Johnson but also from the Lib Dems.
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How Jeremy Corbyn could become Prime Minister in September?
Jeremy Corbyn called on all the opponents of the Tory Government to make him caretaker Prime Minster for a "time-limited" period in order to stop a No-deal Brexit. His mission will be to postpone Brexit and to call a general election.
The plan could be put in motion as soon as early September when the MP’s are returning from the summer recess.
Who’s against Jeremy Corbyn in his PM?
Beside the obvious opposition from the incumbent government and the Brexit Party, Jeremy Corbyn is facing strong opposition from the fellow remainers.
Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson has stated in a public letter that “Jeremy Corbyn risks jeopardising a vote of no confidence in the government by insisting he becomes caretaker PM”. She expressed doubts that he could rally enugh support in the Commons and insisted that another leader should be chosen for the “caretaker” PM mandate.
Labour and Mr Corbyn have rejected the calls, saying it should be the leader of the opposition who spearheads the movement.
Leter edit: according to the Telegraph , , Labour insiders have signalled a shift in strategy to let Remainer MPs first try to seize control of Parliamentary business. The vote of no confidence might be planed for middle September.
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