Theresa May was forced to address the damaging leaks made by infighting ministers at a cabinet meeting today, highlighting the Prime Minister's lack of control over her Conservative colleagues.
Voters across London are concerned that if Theresa May cannot lead her party, how can she lead the country into the Brexit negotiations?
On the topic of the leaks, Liberal Democrat Chief Whip Alistair Carmichael said:
“How can Conservative ministers be expected to negotiate Brexit when they can't even agree with each other on the basics?”
"It's a sign of a government in turmoil led by a Prime Minister who has lost all credibility.
"With each day that passes, it's becoming clearer that the British people should have the final say on the Brexit deal with a chance to stay in the EU."
London Liberal Democrat MP Tom Brake said:
"This is a Government with no papers, no plan and no time for the most important negotiations of a lifetime.
"They are meant to be negotiating Brexit, but they can't even negotiate among themselves."