Johnson says supports May, opposes her Brexit plan - newspaper

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About 50 Conservative lawmakers discuss ousting UK Prime Minister Theresa May: BBC

Up to 50 of May's Conservative MPs held a meeting late Tuesday at which they reportedly openly discussed how to unseat her, amid anger over her proposal to keep close trade ties with the European Union after Brexit.

She is aiming to strike a deal with Brussels by autumn, that will then be voted on by MPs in Britain, and the EU27.

Asked if she would reassure the Tory party that she was not determined to go on and on, she told the BBC's Panorama programme: "I get a little bit irritated but this debate is not about my future".

"That's what I'm focused on and that's what we should all be focused on".

There was also her absolute insistence that her Brexit plan is the only one in town and she is sticking to it.

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Dr Philip Lee, a minister who resigned to oppose the government's Brexit plan, said the figures reflected the realisation that Brexit Britain "will not be the land of milk and honey that voters were promised".

The figurehead for Britain's campaign to leave the EU, Johnson again urged the government to be confident over Brexit, saying the "direful predictions" for the economy before the 2016 referendum had not turned out to be true.

He said Mrs May made a commitment last December that she would ensure there was no physical Border in Ireland and that the Government here is asking for this to be delivered on.

Mrs May's proposals are unpopular with many Tory MPs, who argue it would compromise the UK's sovereignty.

Earlier, he was criticized for accusing May of wrapping "a suicide vest around" Britain and handing the detonator to the European Union with her plans for Brexit - the biggest shift in British foreign and trade policy for nearly half a century.

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He added: "I believe very strongly that the prime minister's instincts are right on this. We do need to step up our investments in the police and schools and other vital public services", he wrote.

But it is likely that we will all be talking about Brexit for a long time yet.

He added: "I think it's quite hard for some of the glittering talent that we have at the top of our Cabinet to be the force of renewal and I think it needs to be led by somebody with a new mandate".

BBC Panorama, Inside No 10: Deal or No Deal? is on Monday 17 September at 20:30 BST on BBC One as part of a week on in-depth coverage across the BBC to mark Brexit: Six Months to Go.

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