"Trust in politics has been lost in recent months," she said in a Facebook post this morning.
Will Quince, children's minister
Quince supported the PM during a media round on Monday but after he found out he was briefed with less than accurate information, he resigned:
\u201cWith great sadness and regret, I have this morning tendered my resignation to the Prime Minister after I accepted and repeated assurances on Monday to the media which have now been found to be inaccurate. \n\nI wish my successor well - it is the best job in government.\u201d
— Will Quince MP \ud83c\uddec\ud83c\udde7 (@Will Quince MP \ud83c\uddec\ud83c\udde7)
Robin Walker, minister for schools
\u201cI have today offered my resignation from the Government & look forward to supporting @conservatives & campaigning for #Worcester from the backbenches, it has been a privilege to work to support our brilliant schools\u201d
John Glen, city minister and economic secretary to the treasury
Victoria Atkins, justice minister - she interestingly resigned via Instagram. Will the next MP to resign do so on TikTok?
Jo Churchill, health minister
Selaine Saxby, PPS
Claire Coutinho, PPS
David Johnston, PPS
He said: "events in recent months have made the view of politics and politicians worse".
"I know from my inbox that there are different views about the Prime Minister, but I do not believe he can provide the leadership the country needs," he added.
Stuart Andrew, junior housing minister
Andrew resigned as a housing minister, saying “our party, particularly our members and more importantly our great country, deserve better”.
Felicity Buchan, PPS
\u201cIt is with great sadness that I have tendered my resignation today as a Parliamentary Private Secretary in the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy. Please find my resignation letter below.\u201d
Kemi Badenoch, minister for levelling up communities and minister of state for equalities
Neil O'Brien, minister for levelling up housing and communities
Alex Bughart, minister in the department of education
Lee Rowley, minister for industry
Julia Lopez, minister in DCMS
These five ministers all resigned together in a joint letter to the prime minister. Cute really.
Mark Logan, parliamentary private secretary
Rachel Maclean, minister for safeguarding
\u201cWith deep regret I am resigning as Minister for Safeguarding. It remains the greatest honour of my life to represent Redditch in Parliament and I will continue to support the policies which I was re-elected to deliver from the backbenches.\u201d