PHILIP Hammond on Sunday sensationally suggested he could lead a insurgent Tory assign to disintegrate a subsequent personality if they go for a no-deal Brexit.
In a bombshell threat, a Chancellor refused to order out fasten a no certainty opinion opposite a subsequent PM to stop Britain crashing out on Halloween.
And a Brexit-bashing Cabinet apportion warned other Tory MPs could join him in going for a chief option.
He told a BBC’s Andrew Marr Show: “A Prime Minister who ignores Parliament can't design to tarry really long.”
It puts him during fight with care frontrunners Boris Johnson and Dominic Raab, who pronounced they would go for a no-deal rather than check Brexit again.
Mr Hammond bloody their promises to try to renegotiate a hated uphold as a “fig leaf” for no-deal.
Asked several times if he would join Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour in toppling a no-deal PM, he refused to order it out.
He said: “I would find it really formidable to opinion for a no-deal Brexit.”
And hinting that he could lead a squad of rebels, he added: “This is a really formidable situation. It would plea not only me, though many of a colleagues, and we wish we will never get to that position.”
The towering hazard sparked conflict from Tory large beasts who slammed him for considering vouchsafing hard-left Mr Corbyn into No10.
Ex-Tory personality Iain Duncan Smith angrily indicted him of perplexing to “scare” MPs divided from subsidy Mr Johnson.
He told The Sun: “This is an prolongation of Project Fear and an conflict on Boris Johnson.
“If Philip Hammond and others do this their chronological inscription would be ‘they broken a Conservative Party and let a Marxist Jeremy Corbyn into No10’.”
Tory MP Jacob Rees-Mogg said: “It is tough to trust that Philip Hammond loves a EU some-more than he fears Mr Corbyn as Prime Minister.”
Labour have vowed to pierce a no certainty suit opposite a subsequent PM as shortly as they pierce into Downing Street.
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