Extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures.
No summer recess. Sort this shit out.
SNP: Tory leadership election damages Brexit timeline
Scottish National Party MP Ian Blackford - who is the party's Westminster leader - has told the BBC that Mrs May's resignation has been "expected for some time" - but that it now causes problems with regards to the Brexit timeline.
The UK is due to leave the EU on 31 October.
"The tragedy of all of this is that we're going to spend the next two months in an internal Tory leadership election," he said
"We'll have a new prime minister by the end of July, but of course Parliament then goes on recess. We're not going to come back until September, we're back for a couple of weeks, we're then back on recess again.
"We'll come back in the middle of October and we'll have very little time left to bring this whole Brexit chaos to a conclusion."
Asked about the possibility of a no-deal Brexit now being more likely, Mr Blackford added: "Parliament would have to take its own responsibilities if that is the case and I would remind everyone that we have that option of revoking Article 50 and stopping this process.
"Leaving the EU with no deal would be absolutely disastrous."