Theresa May is said to have been ’emotional’ and ‘frustrated’ during the showdown with members of the powerful 1922 committee in her Commons office. But despite the MPs stopping short of ordering her to name the date for her departure, she is still facing an effective deadline in the form of a crunch vote on the EU Withdrawal Bill in just over two weeks’ time. A statement released by 1922 chairman Sir Graham Brady after the meeting made clear he expects Mrs May to set out a schedule for departure whatever the result of the Commons clash. Sir Graham said there had been a ‘frank’ exchange with Mrs May, and she was ‘devoting her efforts’ to getting the EU Withdrawal Bill past its first major vote in the Commons.

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