Boris Johnson and David Davis – two of the most senior Brexiteers in the cabinet – have resigned today.
Davis resigned overnight, and Johnson followed suit this afternoon. And now, it means there are a lot of questions to be answered.
Davis said he wanted to encourage the Prime Minister to avoid any more concessions, but rumours say that Johnson might be planning a leadership big.
Here’s my question though:
How can a Brexiteer leadership bid work when most Tory MPs are Remainers?