Robert Courts resigns as Foreign Office ministerial aide over Brexit [Video]

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Tory MP who took David Cameron"s old seat RESIGNS as junior foreign office aide so he can rebel against May on Brexit saying he could not look at himself in the mirror if he did not quitRobert Courts said he made the tough decision to resign so he can rebel on votesHe will join a Tory revolt to...

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Tory MP who took David Cameron’s old seat RESIGNS as junior foreign office aide so he can rebel against May on Brexit saying he could not look at himself in the mirror if he did not quit

  • Robert Courts said he made the tough decision to resign so he can rebel on votes
  • He will join …

Robert Courts - who took David Cameron's old seat of Witney in Oxfordshire (pictured with Mr Cameron and Theresa May canvassing in the by-election in October 2016)  - said he could not look himself in the mirror if he had stayed on in Government

Robert Courts declared his intention to defy Tory whips and vote against the Government on crunch trade votes in the Commons this week

The Prime Minister revealed the explosive private advice the US President gave her as they held private talks

Appearing on the BBC 's Andrew Marr show today, she was quizzed on what the private advice was which the President had dished out

An Opinium poll for The Observer newspaper found that Tory support has plummeted to 36 per cent - some six points lower than it was in June

Theresa May (pictured with Donald Trump at Chequers on Friday) laughed off his advice and said the UK had to negotiate with the EU

Steve Baker - who dramatically quit as Brexit minister last week - lashed the Prime Minister over her hugely controversial Chequers plan (file pic)

The ex Brexit Secretary - whose shock resignation last week plunged the Government into turmoil - accused No10 of being 'astonishingly dishonest'.

Foreign Office Minister Sir Alan Duncan (pictured on Sky today) slapped down mutinous backbenchers who are sharpening their knives for the Prime Minister.

The Tory MP - the de facto leader of the Brexiteers - said the Prime Minister had acted in an 'untrusting way' by flouting her previous red lines on leaving the EU

Labour, led by Jeremy Corbyn (pictured yesterday at the Durham miners gala) have remained steady on 40 per cent