Queues for Theresa May speech are bigger than Boris Johnson's


When Mr Jones claimed that most people in the Province disagree with her views, Mrs Foster said: "That could well be the case".

She made a grab for traditionally Labour territory by saying that the NHS "embodies our principles as Conservatives" and boasting of the presence in the Tory front ranks of immigrant's son Sajid Javid, former Barnardo's girl Esther McVey and lesbian mother-to-be Ruth Davidson.

Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May prepares her keynote speech in her hotel room for the Conservative Party Conference at the International Convention Centre, in Birmingham.

May and her team face weeks of hard conversations with Brussels to win a deal, but she also faces challenges from inside her own party and from her partners in parliament, Northern Ireland's Democratic Unionist Party.

She said there could be "no return to the uncontrolled borrowing of the past", but added: "The British people need to know that the end is in sight".

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"Don't let anyone tell you we don't have what it takes: we have everything we need to succeed".

Tory MP James Duddridge has handed in a letter of no confidence against May, citing the prime minister's refusal to "rip up" her controversial Chequers agreement, and her rival Boris Johnson's "inspirational" speech, as his reasons behind the decision.

THERESA MAY will insist Britain's future outside the European Union is bright and "full of promise" when she takes to the stage at the Conservative conference today.

She launched a ferocious assault on Jeremy Corbyn's Labour, describing the takeover of the party by the left as "a national tragedy" and his policies of nationalisation and shares for workers as "bogus solutions that would makes things worse". The "decent, modest and patriotic" Tories are "not for the few, not even for the many, but for everyone willing to work hard and do their best", she will say.

Mr Raab replied saying he didn't accept such statement and was "mindful" of the concerns of the communities of Northern Ireland. "Not everything is black and white".

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Manas Deb, a businessman from Cambridge who wants even closer ties to the European Union, was also prepared to give Ms.

In her speech, May stuck to her plan, but did not call it by its moniker - Chequers - named after the prime ministerial country residence where she hashed out the proposals in July.

Like last year's event - when a prankster presented her with a fake P45 on stage and then she lost her voice - Mrs May has a heavy cold, but aides insist she is up to putting on a show.

But others were unimpressed by the speech. "I voted Brexit because I had faith in my country and wanted sovereignty, and he answered that question". We are entering the toughest part of the negotiations. May out as leader, convinced there is no clear alternative and that Mr. Johnson isn't up to the job.

Maybot, as she is affectionately known among political journalists, may lack the bravery of a transformative leader and she may never be allowed to lead her party into the next general election, but she still has the authority to define the parameters of what follows her.

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Just a day before, Boris Johnson's jokes contained references suggesting she should be prosecuted under ancient statutes.