James Duddridge MP has hit the headlines as the latest Tory to call for Theresa May to quit. But who is the man behind the headlines?
Bristol-born Mr Duddridge became a banker after graduating from the University of Essex in 1993, running operations for Barclays in Botswana.
He was elected as Rochford and Southend East MP in 2005 and has loyally voted with the Government throughout his career, serving as party whip from 2008 to 2012 and junior minister at the Foreign and Commonwealth Office 2014 to 2016.
However, he is a hard Brexiteer and member of Jacob Rees-Mogg’s ERG group, who suggested the European Commission should be told to “sod off” in a debate over welfare for Romanians and Bulgarians in 2013.