Conservative MPs who have quit posts over Brexit policy

Conservative MPs who have quit posts over Brexit policy

David Davis was the first to go, but there has been quite the trickle of others following him in resigning from Government/Conservative Party posts in opposition to the Chequers plan and Brexit White Paper.

Below is a comprehensive list of all those resignations:

8th July: David DavisSecretary of State for Exiting the European Union
Resignation letter here

8th July: Steve BakerMinister at the Department for Exiting the European Union
Resignation letter here

9th July: Boris JohnsonForeign Secretary
Resignation letter here

9th July: Conor BurnsParliamentary Private Secretary at the Foreign Office
Details here

9th July: Chris GreenParliamentary Private Secretary at the Department for Transport
Resignation letter here

10th July: Ben Bradley: Conservative Party Vice Chairman responsible for Youth
Resignation letter here

10th July: Maria Caulfield: Conservative Party Vice Chairman responsible for Women
Resignation letter here

15th July: Robert Courts: Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Foreign Office
Details here

16th July: Scott Mann: Parliamentary Private Secretary at the Treasury
Resignation letter
here

16th July: Guto Bebb: Junior Defence Minister
Awaiting a statement, although as a former Remainer he was evidently opposed to the Government accepting ERG-backed amendments to the Customs Bill