london - British Prime Minister Theresa May has to wait a long time for her political death penalty. It is still awaiting what time her Conservative opponents will choose to take over party leadership. Most observers take into account a few months of respite, only a few think that they can finish the two-year Brexit negotiation.
George Osborne, the former finance minister, was most pronounced this weekend. He described May as a 'dead woman walking'. It was his revenge for the way he was dismissed last May when May became prime minister.
Various media talk about the campaign conducted in the Boris Johnson camp. There the knives would be cut for a new coup. Boris Johnson twittered himself that this is all nonsense and he is square after May. According to Osborne, however, there is nothing new about the message. 'Johnson has been in the campaign for a prime minister for over ten years. You can not report that news every time? '
Meanwhile, it is highly speculated who will be the successor to May. Boris Johnson and Brexit minister David Davis throw the highest eyes. However, both of them are not staggering to lead the Brexit negotiations. They know how complicated they are going to be.
Meanwhile, negotiations on the necessary support with the Northern Irish Unionists of the DUP continue. The party only wants support if the Conservatives promise to undo cuts in Northern Ireland. In addition, the party wants guarantees about a milder approach to the Brexit negotiations.
Ruth Davidson, the leader of the Conservative Party in Scotland, has made it clear that jobs are more important than immigrants for 'her' homeowners. She hinted that, if necessary, the Scottish parliamentarians would vote against the final result.