Commons Speaker John Bercow in the stands during a Premier League football match [Image: PA Images].

A Conservative MP has tabled a motion of no confidence in John Bercow following the Speaker’s public condemnation of Donald Trump in the Commons this week.

James Duddridge claimed that more MPs were preparing to go public with their anger and that Mr Bercow could be forced out of his post before the Commons returns from its recess a week on Monday.

His move to unseat the Speaker comes 24 hours after writing to Theresa May urging her not to impose a whip on her top team if the Commons holds a vote of no confidence in him.

Source: Tory MP tables vote of no confidence in John Bercow after Donald Trump attack | PoliticsHome.com

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