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We of the parliamentary form of government don't bother with a difficult impeachment process, we just hold a "no confidence" vote and out they go (assuming you win). So much more tidy and usually doesn't even require a new election. When a minority government loses a budget vote it often does trigger an election.

I have mentioned before my feelings that Brexit is one of those really stupid things that only the Brit rebels with help from Putin could come up with? Most of the people voting for it had no idea of the implications on their own well being.

Anymouse


https://www.theguardian.com/politics/2018/dec/12/brexit-chao...

Brexit in chaos as Tory MPs trigger vote of no confidence in Theresa May

Conservative MPs have triggered a vote of no confidence in Theresa May, plunging the Brexit process into chaos as Tory colleagues indicated they no longer had faith in the prime minister to deliver the deal.

... Under party rules, a contest is triggered if 15% of Conservative MPs write to the chair of the committee of Tory backbenchers.

A ballot will be held on Wednesday evening between 6pm and 8pm, Brady said, with votes counted “immediately afterwards and an announcement will be made as soon as possible”. ...

Theresa May says new PM would have to delay Brexit if she loses confidence vote ...
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