Rees-Mogg will 'not put a Marxist in Downing St'
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Rees-Mogg on no-confidence against May government

Theresa May could stand on her head at the despatch box and back regulatory alignment, but Jacob Rees-Mogg said he would still not vote against her in a no-confidence motion.

The European Research Group chairman spoke to Andrew Neil about any challenge to the prime minister, and he said he "would not put a Marxist in 10 Downing Street".

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  • 16 Jan 2019
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