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Theresa Villiers is concerned about BRINO: “BRexit In Name Only”.

This Writer has heard there are four different factions in the Cabinet alone, all pulling in different directions on Brexit.

So Mrs May has to worry about her policy on Brexit, as well as the fact that she’s likely to lose lots of councils in the local elections in May.

Conservatives must “come together in a spirit of mutual respect”, a cabinet minister says amid backbench criticism over Brexit and policy direction.

David Lidington told the BBC the “left, right and centre” of the party should look at the “bigger picture”.

One Tory MP tweeted: “We need to get a grip and lead” while another urged “less policy making by tortoise”.

Ex-cabinet minister Theresa Villiers joined those concerned the UK would remain in the EU “in all but name”.

Source: Tories urged to ‘come together’ amid rows

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