“If she sets a date for her departure she can be remembered as the woman who delivered Brexit” (Image: GETTY)
On Tuesday the House of Commons rejected the Government’s EU exit agreement for a second time. Parliament later voted to extend Article 50, potentially delaying Brexit. However any lengthening of the Brexit process will require the consent of all 27 other EU member states.
Speaking to The Daily Telegraph two Downing Street advisors claimed Mrs May will have to “fall on her sword” and announce she plans to “go with dignity” to get Parliament to approve her agreement.
They added she has “lost the trust of Eurosceptics” within her party and will have to be replaced with a fresh Conservative leader.
One commented: “If she sets a date for her departure she can be remembered as the woman who delivered Brexit.”
The other claimed this is the “only way” she can get the House of