Former Brexit secretary David Davis says calls for her to go will rise dramatically

Theresa May will face increasing pressure from Eurosceptics to stand down after accepting a delay to leaving the EU until the end of October, the former Brexit secretary David Davis, has said.

Davis, who has not ruled out standing to replace her, said on Thursday that calls for her to go would rise dramatically but did not sound convinced they could persuade her to resign of her own accord or be able to force her out.

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