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On Tuesday 12th December, Sir Graham Brady MP, the Chairman of the 1922 Committee of Conservative Backbench MPs, declared that the threshold had been reached for a Vote of No Confidence in the Leader of the Conservative Party, Theresa May. To trigger a vote of no confidence, the 1922 Committee must receive letters of no confidence from at least 15% of Conservative MPs (48 MPs). Though not unfamiliar for a sitting Prime Minister to face such a challenge, the last time a no confidence vote occurred was the leadership challenge to John Major in 1995, or more renowned, when Michael Heseltine challenged Margaret Thatcher for the party leadership in November 1990.
At a December event for Cambridgeshire and Peterborough’s development world, the directly-elected Mayor of the combined authority, James Palmer, said something that made the room sit up and listen.
BECG sponsored its charity partner The Brain Tumour Charity at a Westminster reception last week, to support the charity’s work and its goal to double the survival rate and halve the harm that brain tumours cause.