Prime Minister Theresa may be experiencing higher-than-ever levels of political disorder. However, it turns out that the support for the British Prime Minister is actually increasing.
A poll made by YouGov for The Times has implied that support for May as Prime Minister has improved by a point over the past month, while support for Jeremy Corbyn has dropped down two points.
However, the lead of Labour grew to 43 percent, while the Conservatives continued to be at 40 percent and the Liberal Democrats dropped two points to six percent.
The news arrived as Theresa May remained involved in controversies, after two resignations from her current cabinet members.
Last night, it was revealed that Theresa May was preparing to enshrine the time and date of the departure of Britain from the European Union in law with an amendment to the European Union Withdrawal Bill, in order to “end confusion or concern.”
The so-called “exit day” will now be at 11 pm on 29 March 2019, the government stated – an hour earlier than previously planned.
“Our amendment makes it crystal clear that the UK is leaving the EU at 11 pm on 29 March 2019,” stated David Davis, the Brexit secretary.
“We’ve listened to members of the public and Parliament and have made this change to remove any confusion or concern about what ‘exit day’ means.
“This important step demonstrates our pragmatic approach to this vital piece of legislation. Where MPs can improve the Bill, whatever their party, we will work with them.”