LONDON — Ester McVey, the secretary of state for work and pensions, has resigned from her post in protest at May's Brexit plan.
The minister joined Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab in stepping down on Thursday in a joint blow to Theresa May's authority which raises the prospect of several more imminent Cabinet resignations.
In a letter to the prime minister, she said: "I cannot defend this and I cannot vote for this deal I could not look my constituents in the eye were I to do that. I therefore...
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