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>> Theresa May's position as British prime minister is looking shakier than ever, with as many as 40 conservative law makers telling The Sunday Times that they are ready to sign a letter of no confidence in her. That's just eight short of the number needed to trigger a party and government leadership contest.
>> While our opponents flirt with the forum policy of neutrality, and prepare for a run on the ground.>> The Prime Minister's fultron performance has seen numerous attacks from inside her own party. Not least, moves to unseat her following what many saw as a disastrous speech at the Annual Conservative Conference.
>> We've created record numbers of jobs.
>> But her government is currently portrayed by her opponents at Westminster and in the media as nothing short of political chaos. Deep divisions persist within the party over Brexit and May has also lost two senior cabinet ministers just this month.
>> In recent days, allegations have been made about MP's conduct, including my own. Many of these allegations have been false. But I realize that in the past I may have fallen below the high standards that we required of the Armed Forces that I have the honor to represent.
>> Michael Fallen stepped down as Defense Secretary after becoming implicated in a wider scandal about sexual misconduct in Parliament. And Patel resigned as aid minister after holding secret meetings with top Israeli officials.