Further MPs have submitted letters of no confidence against the Prime Minister.

Senior members of the European Research Group met with the Prime Minister today in Downing St, however, despite this MPs are still submitting their letters to the 1922 comitee chairman.

Conservative MP for Kettering, Philip Hollobone, is the latest MP to reveal he has sent a letter publically.

He told a local radio station: “My letter went in 4 months ago on the day that David Davis resigned. The deal that she is presenting is not Brexit.”

Zac Goldsmith, a high profile Conservative MP who stood against Sadiq Khan as Mayor of London has also submitted his letter and went as far to predict a date for when the 48 threshold will be met.

“The number of Tory MPs known to have submitted letters of no confidence in Theresa May rose to 25 yesterday as hard Brexiteers claimed that they were on target to reach more than 50 in the next two days.” reported The Times.

This would mean that we could see a vote of no confidence being triggered on Wednesday.

Brexiteer ringleader Steve Baker said in The Sun: “If everyone does what they’ve told me, the line will be crossed by a big margin on Monday evening.

However, it has become very very clear that not everyone does what they’ve said they’re going to do.

Conservative MPs who have decided that the only way to change the policy is to change the leader must have the courage and integrity to write the letter themselves.

Simply telling me they’re going to obviously isn’t good enough.”

Everything is pointing towards threshold being reached this week.

I think some Brexiteers are holding out and waiting to see if May can secure changes from the EU,  Andrea Leadsom seems to be one of these MPs.

However, the EU is insisting that no further changes will be made.