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The Week Magazine 15th July 2017 Back Issue

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The Week  |  15th July 2017  

“When two or three people are gathered together in Westminster, there is always a question of the moment,” said Adam Boulton in The Sunday Times. The latest topic for speculation is: “How long can she last?” The newspapers are filled with tales of plots against Theresa May, said Katy Balls on her Spectator blog. A few weeks ago, the Chancellor, Philip Hammond, was spoken of as the PM-in-waiting, but now it’s David Davis, the Brexit Secretary, who is being “talked up to take the reins”; Davis’s close ally Andrew Mitchell reportedly denounced May as “dead in the water”. Most Tory MPs are keen to avoid a leadership contest, lest they give the keys to No. 10 to Labour. But some question “whether a clearly miserable Theresa May can get through Brexit”, said Gaby Hinsliff in The Observer. All the big decisions are now said to be made jointly by May, Hammond and Davis. And Davis, the grass-roots favourite to succeed her, is an increasingly powerful figure.

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