They are much less divided over whether to do the same to the Brexiteer rebels against the Withdrawal Agreement: definitely not.
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The thinking of most of the 78 per cent will be that Britain should leave the EU on March 29 as expected.
After a turbulent evening, good news for May. Support for her deal doubles among Party members. Our survey.
A majority of our respondents still oppose it. But the trend is clear: fear of No Brexit is driving activists reluctantly to back the Withdrawal Agreement.
The bulk of these responses came in before this evening’s shambles. But there is no means of challenging her in a confidence ballot until late next autumn.
Only one of those selected this evening, that tabled in the name of Damian Green (“the Malthouse amendment”) does so.
Our survey. Crisis, what crisis? Three in four Party members expect the Conservatives to lead the Government after the next election
This growing confidence will reflect the greater negative impact that respondents expect the Independent Group to have on Labour.
Our survey. A plurality of Party members would back May’s deal were meaningful change made to the backstop
There’s been a jump in support for a time limit. But as we write such change doesn’t look to be forthcoming.
Javid almost doubles his rating after his decisive handling of Begum. Meanwhile Rudd, Gauke and Clark all fall. And Grayling plumbs new depths.
We were curious to know how big the proportion of objectors would be, to which the answer is: a fifth.
Our survey. Next Tory leader – Johnson is top again. Here’s why he’s in pole position with minimum effort.
It is striking how little the former Foreign Secretary is doing to maintain his lead. Then again, he scarcely needs to stir – for the moment.
Most respondents clearly believe it is wrong for the Government to offer MPs a means of effectively taking it off the table before the end of this month.
The most natural reading of this finding is that an emphatic majority of Party members want to leave the EU on time.
The Chief Whip has enjoyed something of a boost from last month’s victories on crucial votes, but the overall picture reflects a settled disenchantment.
The level of opposition is a shade higher than it was a fortnight ago.
Our survey. Next Tory leader. Stasis as Johnson carries on leading amidst little expectation of change.
Although the Prime Minister’s position is fragile, there is no sense of a contest in the offing any time soon.