Anne Milton resigns as education minister over ‘grave concerns’ about no-deal Brexit

iNews is reporting that education minister Anne Milton has resigned from Government, saying she has “grave concerns” about leaving the EU without a deal.

In a letter to Theresa May, she said it had been “an honour” to serve in the several ministerial positions she has held since 2006.

She tweeted :”Having abstained in the vote last week, today I have resigned from the Government. It has been an honour to serve on the Conservative frontbenches, my thanks to everyone I have had the pleasure of working alongside.”

She is one of several ministers who have said they would not be able to serve under a government pursuing a no-deal Brexit.

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