Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May arrives for charity coffee event in Reading, England, where she responded to claims of a plot involving Conservative Party Members of Parliament to oust her from Number 10, saying she is providing "calm leadership" with the "full support" of her cabinet Friday Oct. 6, 2017.
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May arrives for charity coffee event in Reading, England, where she responded to claims of a plot involving Conservative Party Members of Parliament to oust her from Number 10, saying she is providing "calm leadership" with the "full support" of her cabinet Friday Oct. 6, 2017. PA via AP Yui Mok
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May arrives for charity coffee event in Reading, England, where she responded to claims of a plot involving Conservative Party Members of Parliament to oust her from Number 10, saying she is providing "calm leadership" with the "full support" of her cabinet Friday Oct. 6, 2017. PA via AP Yui Mok

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