Senior UK serve Amber Rudd has stopped the bureau and given up the Conservative whip saying she can’t “hold on” while “moderate Conservatives are removed”.
The work and benefits secretary said she never again thought leaving the EU with an arrangement was the administration’s “principle objective”.
Ms Rudd depicted the sacking of 21 Tory MPs on Tuesday as an “ambush on fairness and popular government”.
No 10 said it was “baffled” by the abdication of a “skilled” serve.
In any case, a representative included that “all priests who joined the Cabinet joined to leaving the EU on 31 October no matter what”.
A senior government source said “abdications to pursue features won’t change the way that individuals need Brexit done with the goal that administration can convey on household needs”.
Work said Ms Rudd’s abdication demonstrated the administration was “self-destructing”.
The MP for Hastings and Rye, who bolstered Remain in the 2016 choice, said her abdication had been “a troublesome choice”.
“I will think about my position – regardless of whether I will remain as a free Conservative ought to there be a decision coming up,”
In her acquiescence letter to PM Boris Johnson she stated: “I joined your bureau in compliance with common decency: tolerating that ‘No Deal’ must be on the table, since it was the methods by which we would have the most obvious opportunity with regards to accomplishing another arrangement to leave on 31 October.
“Anyway I never again think leaving with an arrangement is the administration’s primary goal.”
Her renunciation comes following seven days of difficulties for the executive, when a cross-party gathering of MPs held onto control of the Parliamentary motivation.