We have decided to keep this article and update it - 10th June 2017
Theresa May, having lost her majority at the General Election, and now going into coaltion with Northen Ireland's DUP, is seems that Boris Johnson is going to challenge her leadership - according to tomorrow's papers.
It has also been said that Jeremy Corbyn is going to challenge her Queen's Speech this week, according to the Sunday Mirror tomorrow, Jeremy Corbyn said, "We will – obviously – amend the Queen’s Speech. There’s a possibility of voting it down it and we’re going to push that all the way".......
Original article - 1st May 2017
There is a lot of chat on the internet just now about Theresa May.
Mr Ethical who has campagined for 13 years regarding HSBC and ripping off their customers -
https://www.theguardian.com/money/2017/jan/20/whistleblower-wins-13-year-campaign-hsbc-excessive-credit-card-charges-nicholas-wilson - has written that Theresa May has been in involved in dodgy dealings, which involved her husband, and has resulted in a conflict of interest - http://nicholaswilson.com/mays-massive-conflict-of-interest-she-must-resign/
Another website, has written that Theresa May is being investigated by the Property and Ethics group of the Cabinet Officen, in connection with an alleged failure to declare a conflict of interest on Brexit related to profits of billions of pounds, said to have been made by her husband’s investment-banking company in Brexit-related activities - https://skwawkbox.org/2017/04/30/theresa-may-under-investigation-re-brexit-profits/
Then we have The Times -Theresa May is facing calls to reveal her financial interests after it emerged that she has set up a blind trust of shares potentially worth tens of thousands of pounds - https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/may-faces-conflict-of-interest-over-investments-claim-mps-bw29d3sjg
So, the pound has risen up to $1.23 since yesterday evening.
Is this due to Theresa May having given her MPs a way to back a Labour motion on Brexit without opposing her will?
The Prime Minister was pushed into allowing Tory MPs to vote for a Labour motion calling for greater scrutiny of her Brexit proposals, after it became clear some were planning to do so anyway.
The Labour Party motion, demanding that MPs scrutinise Theresa May’s negotiating position before she starts withdrawal talks with other EU member states, is not legally binding on the government, but has underlined the weakness of the Prime Minister’s position in Parliament.
Perhaps the result of court action this week, regarding contesting Theresa May and her use of the, "Royal Prerogative", will show that this Tory Government are not fit for purpose.