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The Secretary of Transportation Anne-Marie Trevelyan Tory lawmakers who failed to comply with last night’s three-line whip said they would face “appropriate action”.

She told Sky News:

The situation is always very clear that parliamentarians discuss with colleagues who did not vote with a three-line whip.

She went on to say that the “proper discussion” would continue:

Appropriate discipline will be enacted if there is a sense that they are doing so for unreasonable reasons.

The Secretary of Transportation Anne-Marie Trevelyan He said last night’s fracking motion was not a vote of confidence for the prime minister.

She told Sky News this morning that the motion was a “very important vote” to ensure the government “does not allow Labor to hijack the order”. .

Trevelyan does not appear to have received the memo issued at 1:30 am this morning that the fracking vote is actually a vote of confidence.

Trevelyan went on to say that the Chief’s whip Wendy Morton I resigned last night.

Asked if Morton resigned and was later convinced to stay in her role, Trevelyan said:

I wasn’t there I voted early in the lobby and then didn’t follow the conspiracy in detail due to significant security issues to be addressed with the Department of Transportation.

Both Morton and her agent Craig Whitaker “That’s good news,” she added.

Asked about reports in last night’s fracking vote that Tory members were seen to have been “physically manipulated” by ministers to vote for government, Trevelyan said again that she was “not there”. Stated.

Details on last night’s chaotic fracking vote are from Kirsty Buchanan, a former adviser to the Truss.

“I have never seen anything like what I saw last night. It was a massacre in the division lobby.

Kirsty Buchanan, a former Liz Truss adviser, says the government has been “exhausting” in recent weeks. pic.twitter.com/Jd1yJgX39J

— Good Morning England (@GMB) October 20, 2022

BBC political editor Chris Mason I spoke with a “very senior Conservative” who held the view that Liz Truss’ actions were “unacceptable”, “horrible” and “appalling”.

“She will pack the party and country and a general election will be held.”

In other news, Keir Starmer will deliver a keynote address today at the TUC Annual Meeting in Brighton. He may have made some sensible adjustments to his speech this morning. He’s scheduled for a little after 10am.

some reports Suela Braverman I will hand in my resignation in the House of Commons today.it will come later this letter He strongly criticized the direction of the current administration. You can read Aubrey Allegretti’s analysis of this letter here.

Former CBI Chief and now Head of Business London, Paul Dreschlertold Today’s show that two-thirds of the cabinet will need to resign, saying the political crisis is exacerbating other ongoing problems, such as the cost of living crisis.

Long question, short answer.

Away from the current crisis, some might say it happened a while ago, but it keeps ringing.Brexit correspondent Lisa O’Carroll has this report on the impact of the withdrawal on trade. A study by the Institute for Economic and Social Research found that trade from the UK to her EU has fallen by 16% from levels expected if Brexit had not happened. It turns out that trade in the opposite direction is down another 20%.

ITV’s Tom Bradby said yesterday’s fracking vote scene was “total, absolute and disastrous chaos”.

Jamie Grierson examined the new Home Secretary, Grant Shapsa former Secretary of Transportation who backs Snacks, formerly fired by Liz Truss.

A strong paragraph on the topic “Who is Grant Shaps?”:

“…To truly answer the question, you also have to think about ‘Who is Michael Greene? – Shapps admitted that he used web publishing a pseudonym he used when he had another job as a founder of the business.

Other names he is said to have used were “Sebastian Fox” or “Colin Stockheath”.

Lord Burwell I agreed with Charles Walker’s sentiments and supported last night’s call for a new prime minister.

He told World Tonight: [Rishi Sunak] That judgment has been consistently substantiated. ”

When asked if a general election should be held, the former 10th Party chief of staff under Theresa May said his party could “put the House in order and see where public opinion is”. said he wanted to

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