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The Guardian view on Tory splits: doctrinal differences - The Guardian

Theresa May and husband Philip wave to the crowd after her speech at the Conservative conference. 'Her cabinet is united – but mainly in their desire to succeed her.' Photograph: A Davidson/SHM/Rex/Shutterstock. Big as the blow was to Theresa May at ...and more »

Conservative party 'is like North Korea' - how Theresa May's disastrous week unfolded -

The first outward sign that all was not well for Theresa May was at the end of conference party thrown by the Tory-supporting Spectator magazine. Traditionally the Conservative leader and most of her most senior allies attend this annual party to ...and more »

Who will replace Theresa May? The runners and riders for Conservative leader - New Statesman

If the Tories have a leadership contest, here's who is in the running to be the next Prime Minister. By New Statesman · Print HTML. Who everyone is talking about: David Davis. The 68-year-old cabinet minister, charged with leading Brexit negotiations ...and more »

Outrageous good fortune smiles once again on Theresa May - The Guardian

Theresa May is a very lucky politician. Yes, really. Her career has been kissed with outrageous fortune. She was promoted to home secretary in the coalition government because Nick Clegg turned down the job and George Osborne – here's a lovely irony ...and more »

What is Boris Johnson up to? - (blog)

I'm writing this from the Conservative party conference where I can report that Boris Johnson, who has just wowed the blue rinses with a barn-storming speech, isn't preparing a leadership bid. At least, that's the line from all those closest to him ...and more »

Axe old guard to make way for young stars, senior Tories tell May - The Guardian

Amber Rudd, Boris Johnson and David Davis at the Conservative Party Conference. Photograph: Rupert Hartley/Rex/Shutterstock. Theresa May must appoint a new generation of MPs to top jobs to breathe new life into the Conservative party and rescue her ...and more »

Newspaper headlines: May 'to demote Boris' and Major's 'blast' - BBC News

The overwhelming message on Sunday's front pages is summed up in a Sunday Telegraph headline, which says the Tories are "at war". Rebel MPs are said to have given Theresa May until Christmas to make real progress on Brexit to avoid another attempt to ...and more »

Boris fears losing No 10 to young rival - The Times

Boris Johnson has voiced his concern that Tory Young Turks are overtaking him in the race to become the next Conservative leader. The foreign secretary revealed his angst about no longer being the favourite to succeed Theresa May in a breakfast meeting ...and more »

Theresa May and the Future of British Conservatism - National Review

British Prime Minister Theresa May addresses the Conservative Party conference, October 4, 2017. (Reuters photo: Phil Noble). Share article on Facebookshare · Tweet articletweet · Plus one article on Google Plus+1 · Print Article. Adjust font size AA ...and more »

Boris Johnson tells Tories to 'get behind' Theresa May - BBC News

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has urged colleagues to "get behind" the PM because "people are fed up with this malarkey". In a WhatsApp message he urged Tories "talk about nothing except policies". It comes after ex-party chairman Grant Shapps said ...and more »