Growing number of Tory MPs support ousting Theresa May

Growing number of Tory MPs support ousting Theresa May

Growing number of Tory MPs support ousting Theresa May

In 2005, Conservative Party members chose Mr Cameron over David Davis, while in 2003 Iain Duncan Smith was ousted as leader after the chairman of the 1922 Committee received 25 letters from Tory MPs.

Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, wrote on Twitter that she had "huge respect" for May's performance despite the difficulties. The announcement caused energy companies' share prices to tumble. "I led the campaign and I am sorry", she said.

Amid frantic scenes, Nelson was bundled out of the conference hall and through the exhibition stands by security staff at the Manchester Central venue.

"The reality is most people are looking at this and saying, "hold on a minute, let's not bury our heads in the hands".

MPs elected in June are reluctant to move against the prime minister, given they've only been in office less than four months. "And I am sorry".

Shapps said in media interviews: "I believe Theresa May is very decent person and unfortunately fought an election that didn't work out".

But arriving for a charity coffee morning in her Maidenhead constituency, the prime minister was determined to present an image of business as normal.

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson, who goaded her in the run-up to the event with outspoken interventions on Brexit, gave May his full support in his speech on Tuesday.

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May is not a natural public speaker and isn't known for her improvisation skills - indeed, she earned the nickname "Maybot" for her sometimes wooden, robotic style. The conference speech in Manchester has only contributed to plots against her, even though she apologised in the speech for the party losing the majority it had.

May then landed a jibe.

Many Conservative activists fear a leadership contest would exacerbate the divide in the party over Europe and pave the way for an election that some Tories worry could be won by opposition Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn.

As she struggled again, shortly after being handed the sweet by Mr Hammond, she said: "You can't get something for nothing". The audience gave her ovations to help buy her time.

May, who took office after David Cameron resigned following the Brexit referendum previous year, has appeared exhausted in recent days, prompting questions about her enthusiasm for the top job.

Some fellow ministers like Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland's first minister also empathised with May's condition during the speech.

And just as she did after the botched general election - in which she was widely perceived to have squandered an extremely strong position - May soldiered on.

During the speech, Theresa May pointed out the countries housing crisis and promised that more homes will be built to deal with the crisis.

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