Theresa May's chief whip claims a soft Brexit was 'inevitable' after the 2017 ...

Theresa May's chief whip claims a soft Brexit was 'inevitable' after the 2017 election and says the PM's ministers are guilty of the 'worst example of ill-discipline in British political history' Julian Smith, the Tory chief whip, attacks Government in ministers in BBC film He said: 'After the 2017 election... The parliamentary arithmetic would mean that this would be inevitably a softer type of Brexit' Mr Smith added ministers have been 'sitting around the Cabinet table trying to destabilise her (Mrs May)'

By Martin Robinson, Chief Reporter For Mailonline

Published: 07:26 BST, 1 April 2019 | Updated: 07:27 BST, 1 April 2019

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Julian Smith, the Tory chief whip,  has attacked Cabinet members over the 'worst example of ill-discipline in British political history'

Julian Smith, the Tory chief whip,  has attacked Cabinet members over the 'worst example of ill-discipline in British political history'

Theresa May's Commons enforcer has criticised the Government's approach to leaving the EU and said his party should have made it clear a 'soft Brexit' was 'inevitable' after the 2017 election.

In an extraordinary interview Julian Smith, the Tory chief whip, also and attacked Cabinet members over the 'worst example of ill-discipline in British political history'.

He said ministers have been 'sitting around the Cabinet table trying

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