Why Theresa May’s Conservative enemies cannot yet force her out


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Despite two high-profile Cabinet resignations and chaos within her government, Theresa May fights on.
David Davis and Boris Johnson both quit their roles as Brexit Secretary and Foreign Secretary within 24 hours. 
Many Conservative are unhappy with the prime minister’s plans for a soft Brexit.
However, they don’t have the numbers to defeat her in a leadership contest.
Plus, hard Brexit doesn’t have the support of a majority of MPs.
Here’s why, despite everything, May will probably remain as prime minister for the foreseeable future.


LONDON — Despite two Cabinet ministers resigning within the space of 24 hours —  the first time this happened for over 35 years — Prime Minister Theresa May is still in office.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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