May appeals for party unity at 'toughest phase' of Brexit

May appeals for party unity at 'toughest phase' of Brexit

James Duddridge, MP for Rochford and Southend East, caused quite a stir this week when he submitted a letter saying Theresa May is "incapable" of delivering Brexit, and should be replaced as PM, just an hour before her speech at the Conservative Party Conference.

Cameron, who campaigned for Britain to remain in the European Union, resigned the day after the Brexit vote, but O'Neill stayed on as May took the reins, only to step down in September 2016 amid rumored tensions with the prime minister over her approach to China.

But May also has her share of heavyweight supporters both inside the party and Brussels who think any alternative to her plan would make matters far worse.

And her Conservative government means hers, as she took a pop at everyone, even those in her own ranks, who aren't convinced by Brexit.

Joking about her disastrous speech past year - when letters fell off the set and she had a coughing fit - Mrs May quipped: 'You'll have to excuse me if I cough - I've been up all night supergluing the backdrop'. "So let's get down to business".

"Even if we do not all agree on every part of this proposal", May added, "we need to come together". "Leadership is doing what you believe to be right and having the courage and determination to see it through", she said.

Then the thing we saw immediately afterwards was that tweet about the Strepsils and the speech and we laughed along with her and she showed that humorous side of her. Nevertheless, factional agitating in the Conservative Party continues, depleting May's opponents of political energy and capital. "I think that's in the interests of Ireland, the European Union, and the UK". Making light of her speech troubles at last year's conference, when a coughing fit had cast a shadow over all her major policy announcements, May sought to deliver a message of confidence amid ongoing speculation over her ability to lead the Conservative Party in the face of a brewing Brexit rebellion.

She added: "What has befallen Labour is a national tragedy".

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May warns she will never accept a deal which infringes on British sovereignty and is calling for a transitional form of common market for goods between the European Union and all of the United Kingdom.

"If we all go off in different directions in pursuit of our own vision of the ideal Brexit, we risk ending up with no Brexit at all", she said in a clear nod to eurosceptic legislators who have published their alternative plan for leaving the EU.

The less domestic and foreign producers believe in the prosperous development of the country, the less they are willing to invest in it.

The Local Government Association which represents hundreds of town halls and city halls, described her decision to lift the borrowing cap for building houses as fantastic. "She gave a very clear statement that austerity is over and, I don't know about this (forthcoming) budget, but she's basically told the country that the pipes are being opened and public spending is going to start rising". So, it is no surprise that we have had a range of different views expressed this week.

"We should try to get as much of a final deal as we can get by 29 March, but it's self-evident that if it's a bilateral treaty, it can be revised later on", he told Bloomberg. But they still stumble on certain points, and mainly on the issue of the border between the two Ireland.

"I passionately believe that our best days lie ahead of us and that our future is full of promise", she will say when she addresses delegates at 10 a.m. United Kingdom time.

She admitted that the public needed to see that "their hard work has paid off" after struggling with cuts to public services in a bid to balance the country's books.

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