The Prime Minister has been handed a mock P45 form during her speech to the UK Conservative Party conference.
The Herald says a major security review is under way after a prankster was able to lunge towards Theresa May with a P45 as she delivered her keynote speech at the conference in Manchester.
In a keynote conference speech where the protester and a coughing fit brought her words nearly to a halt, Mrs May won over many members in the hall by promising to reinvigorate the party and offering pledges to younger people and families alike.
"If ever the PM needed a metaphor for service and duty and resolution through adversity, that battling performance was it!"
Shapps said five former ministers were part of the move to oust May and some current ministers also "support it", although other senior party figures contradicted him.
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Multiple accounts indicate that the only person Paddock was close to was his 62-year-old live-in girlfriend, Marilou Danley . Some time passed before SWAT breached the door and entered the room, but during that time the shooting had stopped, he said.
The speech was to be delivered during a four-day conference in Manchester, an attempt to restore Theresa May's authority after her party's loss in the general election in June.
Under the headline: "Theresa May will stay as Prime Minister and get the job done", Interior Minister Amber Rudd wrote in The Telegraph newspaper that "she should stay". She said the government wants Brexit negotiations to succeed, but is also preparing for a scenario in which they could fail.
While she was speaking, several letters from the slogan fell off the wall, leaving the Conservatives pushing for "Building a Country that Works Or Everyon".
May placed the paper on the floor before resuming her speech.
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Despite working in conditions that are effectively modern-day slavery, the jobs in China are "highly coveted" by North Koreans. Workers exported by North Korea are exploited for $200 million to $500 million per year that goes back to the regime.
"I really think this is now just going to fizzle out", said Charles Walker, deputy head of the party's powerful 1922 Committee, which would initiate any leadership contest.
"I don't think it's just a question of whether this was Theresa May's last stand but actually it is quite clear that it was the Conservative Party Government's last stand when they did not address at this conference the key issues that are facing us today".
"I hold my hand up". Again, she managed a joke as Treasury chief Philip Hammond handed her a throat lozenge, saying the audience should note that he was "giving something away for free". She didn't provide details about how much such public housing would cost or how many of them would be built.
Gove's intervention came as United Kingdom home secretary Amber Rudd made a very public appeal in "The Daily Telegraph" asking May?to continue despite the "trio of mishaps" that blighted her conference speech.
Ministers rallied round Mrs May following the speech.
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