Boost for May as poll finds more voters want her to STAY as PM

The botched Tory Brexiteer coup against theresa मई appears to have backfired – as her poll rating soared to its highest since last year’s election disaster.

The YouGov survey found that some 46 per cent of voters want Mrs May to stay as leader XCHARX a massive leap on the 33 per cent who backed her a week ago.

While the number who want her ousted as PM has slumped from 47 per cent a week ago to 34 per cent, the poll in todayXCHARXs Times newspaper found.

The numbers are a major boost for Mrs May and comes amid growing signs that the Tory Brexiteer revolt against her is crumbling.

It comes as the PM prepares to jet to Brussels later today for crunch talks with EU President Jean-Claude Juncker where she will plead for more concessions.

She has been warned by her chief whip Julian Smith that she must come back with major additions to the deal for it to stand any chance of being passed by MPs.

Jacob Rees-Mogg declared all out war on the PM last week as he announced he had sent in his letter of no confidence as her Government was rocked by a series of Cabinet resignations.

The YouGov survey found that some 46 per cent of voters want Mrs May to stay as leader - a massive leap on the 33 per cent who backed her a week ago

The YouGov survey found that some 46 per cent of voters want Mrs May to stay as leader - a massive leap on the 33 per cent who backed her a week ago

The YouGov survey found that some 46 per cent of voters want Mrs May to stay as leader XCHARX a massive leap on the 33 per cent who backed her a week ago

Tory Brexiteers led by Jacob Rees-Mogg (pictured centre yesterday at a press conference in London) have tried to oust Theresa May by sending in their letters of no confidence, but the coup appears to have flopped as just 26 Tory MPs have publicly said they have sent letters of no confidence in -  far short of the 48 needed to trigger the vote

Tory Brexiteers led by Jacob Rees-Mogg (pictured centre yesterday at a press conference in London) have tried to oust Theresa May by sending in their letters of no confidence, but the coup appears to have flopped as just 26 Tory MPs have publicly said they have sent letters of no confidence in -  far short of the 48 needed to trigger the vote

Tory Brexiteers led by Jacob Rees-Mogg (pictured centre yesterday at a press conference in London) have tried to oust Theresa May by sending in their letters of no confidence, but the coup appears to have flopped as just 26 Tory MPs have publicly said they have sent letters of no confidence in XCHARX far short of the 48 needed to trigger the vote

Mutinous Brexiteers predicted that she could be toppled within days as they urged their colleagues to get their letters in.

But the putsch appears to have flopped as just 26 Tory MP have publicly declared they have sent their letters in XCHARX far short of the 48 needed to trigger the crunch vote.

May to hold crunch meeting with EU President to win more Brexit concessions

theresa मई will plead with the EU to sweeten her Brexit deal today as she holds talks with Jean-Claude Juncker.

Amid furious opposition from Tory MPs, the Prime Minister will deliver a stark message to the commission president that she needs something to help her sell the package at home.

The teatime talks in Brussels are the last chance to shore up the plan before an EU summit that is due to formalise them on Sunday.

Mrs May has managed to quell a Cabinet mutiny over the terms of the Withdrawal Agreement – albeit at the cost of two big resignations. A backbench coup attempt led by Jacob Rees-Mogg has also embarrassingly flopped.

But she has been warned by ministers that she must get concessions alongside the text to avoid a catastrophic defeat in Parliament.

One Brexiteer Cabinet ministers suggested that rather than re-drafting the deal, appendices or explanatory notes could be added to make it more palatable.

‘There are lots of ways of changing something without changing something,’ they said. ‘You can do a lot with addenda.’

As the number of Tory MPs pledging to vote against the package continued to rise alarmingly, chief whip Julian Smith has privately told the PM she is set to lose unless there are significant tweaks.

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Mr Rees-Mogg was mocked yesterday after he admitted his coup bid had gone a bit ‘Dad’s Army’ – but still urged Tory MPs to oust her.

The leading Tory MP and Brexiteer said the Conservatives will be stuck with Mrs May as leader at the next election, expected in 2022, unless they ditch her now.

Asked if his mutiny had been exposed as a ‘Dad’s Army’ operation, Mr Rees-Mogg compared himself to the show’s hapless lead character.

‘I’ve always admired Captain Mainwaring,’ he joked.

One Tory MP mocked the failed revolt, saying: ‘I’ve heard a rumour that the ERG thought they were going to get 350 million letters a week going inXCHARX XCHARX a reference to the pledge for NHS cash during the EU referendum campaign.

Another senior Tory MP said: ‘Who knows how far they are away. But they are not there yet, and that is very embarrassing. It’s now a week since they said it would happen.

‘Jacob was told he would be the 48th, and that he’d triumphantly lead the troops over the top.

‘Now Steve Baker is running round saying he feels humiliated and cannot trust colleagues. He is trying to organise a coup against the PM, and he is actually complaining that he can’t trust people.

‘He is taking the p***.’

But Mr Rees-Mogg has hit back at his critics – insisting that those declaring the attempt to oust the PM should ‘wait and see’.

He said that more letters could come flooding in after the crunch in the Commons next month where Mrs May’s Brexit deal looks likely to be voted down.

The poll of 1,647 adults was taken on Monday and Tuesday XCHARX after Mrs May gave a rare live TV interview to launch a defiant defence of her Brexit plan.

The PM will jet to Brussels later today to plead with the EU to sweeten her Brexit deal as she holds talks with Jean-Claude Juncker.

The Prime Minister will deliver a stark message to the commission president that she needs something to help her sell the package at home.

The teatime talks in Brussels are the last chance to shore up the plan before an EU summit that is due to formalise them on Sunday.

Theresa May is meeting with EU President Jean-Claude Juncker (pictured together in Brussels last month) today in Brussels as  she pleads with the EU to give her further concessions on the agreement so that she can stand a better chance of getting it through a massively hostile Parliament

Theresa May is meeting with EU President Jean-Claude Juncker (pictured together in Brussels last month) today in Brussels as  she pleads with the EU to give her further concessions on the agreement so that she can stand a better chance of getting it through a massively hostile Parliament

Theresa May is meeting with EU President Jean-Claude Juncker (pictured together in Brussels last month) today in Brussels as she pleads with the EU to give her further concessions on the agreement so that she can stand a better chance of getting it through a massively hostile Parliament

But she has been warned by ministers that she must get concessions alongside the text to avoid a catastrophic defeat in Parliament.

One Brexiteer Cabinet ministers suggested that rather than re-drafting the deal, appendices or explanatory notes could be added to make it more palatable.

‘There are lots of ways of changing something without changing something,’ they said. ‘You can do a lot with addenda.’

As the number of Tory MPs pledging to vote against the package continued to rise alarmingly, chief whip Julian Smith has privately told the PM she is set to lose unless there are significant tweaks.

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