REBEL Tory MP Philip Lee is to face a no certainty opinion by internal celebration Brexiteers perplexing to reject him, The Sun can reveal.
The outspoken MP for Bracknell quiescent as a probity apportion final year to behind a second referendum.
He is a latest in a array of pro-EU Tories to face deselection attempts.
The opinion will be hold on Jun 1, after 53 members sealed a petition pursuit for one.
Last night outspoken Dr Lee pronounced a pierce was “not unconditionally unexpected” and blamed entryism by UKIP supporters.
The 48 year-old GP told The Sun: “More than half of a petition’s signatories assimilated given final August.
“I have warned regularly that a celebration is exposed to entryism, and needs to do something about it.
“But it is in denial. CCHQ hopes it will all only go away, though it won’t since there is no resolution to Brexit in sight.”
Vowing to quarrel a move, Dr Lee added: “This is a sideshow and we will continue to do a best pursuit we can to paint my constituents”.
The certainty opinion isn’t contracting as internal associations don’t have a energy to deselect sitting MPs.
But they are means to exclude to adopt them as possibilities again when a ubiquitous choosing approaches.
Pro-EU Tory insurgent personality and former Attorney General Dominic Grieve mislaid a opinion of no certainty by internal members in March.
Independent Conservative Nick Boles quiescent from his internal celebration bend before one was hold in him.
Signatures are also being collected by activists to call a no certainty opinion in Justice Secretary David Gauke, who has oral out to conflict a No Deal Brexit.
Bracknell Conservative Association authority Gerry Barber said: “I can endorse that a series of members of Bracknell Conservative Association have put brazen a suit of no certainty in Dr Phillip Lee, a MP.
“This suit will be discussed during a special assembly of members to be hold on 1 Jun and a opinion for support of a suit or otherwise, will be taken of subordinate members present.”
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