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Before the extra meetings were revealed, Downing Street insisted Mrs May continued to have confidence in Ms Patel, after giving her a dressing down on Monday over her trip to Israel.

However, a huge backlash had already accused the International Development Secretary of breaching the ministerial code.

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The code requires ministers to be open and honest, and to perform only those duties allocated to them by the Prime Minister.

According to the Labour Party there is a strong case against Ms Patel on these grounds.

The International Development Secretary came under pressure after meeting a number of officials in Israel - all allegedly without authorisation from Number 10.

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Potential replacements for Ms Patel are thought to include Work and Pensions Minister Penny Mordaunt, who like Ms Patel is a strong pro-Brexit campaigner.

We are taking concrete action 1/2 pic.twitter.com/JCXl Rhukq W— גלעד ארדן (@giladerdan1) September 7, 2017Ms Patel was accompanied to nearly all of her meetings with Israeli ministers, charities and non-governmental organisations by honorary president of the Conservative Friends of Israel lobbying group, Lord Polak.

On Monday, she apologised for setting up and reporting the meetings “in a way which did not accord with the usual procedures”.

A string of subsequent revelations about many more undisclosed meetings, including with Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, and reports Ms Patel had suggested breaking UK policy by sending aid to the Israeli army, finally sealed her fate.

The Foreign Secretary, Boris Johnson, initially backed Ms Patel during the furore over her foreign meetings.