Current rules mean MPs must wait another year if they were to launch another no-confidence vote in the Prime Minister – but some MPs are trying to change the rules. We can’t let this happen.
It’s cheating, it’s not fair and just because they can’t get what they want, they shouldn’t be allowed to change the rule book.
Just week’s ago the Prime Minister survived a confidence vote and under the current rules of the committee, he cannot be challenged again for another 12 months.
But the Executive of the 1922 committee are contemplating changing the rules tonight.
Please sign the petition to say you don’t agree with a rule change.
We the undersigned petition the Executive of the 1922 Committee against changing the rules to allow a second vote of no confidence within 12 months...