She told activists: "To all businesses, large and small, you may have heard that there is a four-letter word to describe what we Conservatives want to do to you".
"Would Jim Callaghan, who served in the Royal Navy, have asked the Russian government to confirm the findings of our own intelligence agencies?"
"It is a question of when they make their views known". It is in the national interest.
She added: "What has befallen Labour is a national tragedy". This brings about a critique I have towards May's claim - whereas in the long run, the United Kingdom economy will be able to compensate for the initial drop in GDP, we should not disregard the short-term consequences - 'In the long-run we are all dead' famously said John M. Keynes.
May used a punchy speech to lay down a challenge to her detractors, a day after Johnson trashed her Brexit plan and challenged her authority with a crowd-pleasing speech of his own. "And in so doing to believe in conservatism and to believe in Britain".
Jeremy Hunt, her foreign minister, said on Twitter: "Congratulations Theresa May for a remarkable speech delivered with humour and passion". But she refused to rule it out, adding: 'The resilience and ingenuity of the British people would see us through'.
May will say that Britain's post-Brexit future is "full of promise" and that the country "has everything we need to succeed" when she addresses party delegates on the last day of the Conservative Party's annual conference in Birmingham on Wednesday.
The Conservative Party has spent the conference showcasing its divisions and May was obligated to try to paper them over.
"We are entering the most hard phase of the negotiations", underlined the leader of the uk. No one knows yet how many have already submitted their requests. Last month, Johnson and his wife Marina Wheeler announced they were divorcing after 25 years of marriage - a move some saw as an attempt to neutralize potential stories about his private life before a leadership campaign. She boomed: "We will help you get on the housing ladder, and we will build the homes this country needs".
"Because for millions of people, their auto is not a luxury". In a touching moment, she announced a new NHS cancer strategy which will focus early cancer detections, mentioning that it might save people like her god-daughter, who recently died of the disease.
INSKEEP: It is really interesting that Conservative Party leaders, including the likes of May, have said all along they're not total fans of this Brexit thing but they want to respect the will of the people.
If May accepts the invitation, she will have a chance to convince her peers a breakthrough in the search for a negotiated Brexit is possible and a deal can be finalized before Britain leaves the bloc at the end of March.
The First british minister Theresa May called on Wednesday his party to the unit to succeed the negotiations of the Brexit, appearing overly optimistic, and even going so far as to sketch a few dance steps in the closing session of the congress of the Tories.
But despite seeming to rally party members to his cause by calling on Conservatives to return to their traditional values, he disappointed some supporters by saying he would stick by May at least for now.
"And there's another reason why we need to come together".
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