British prime minister Theresa May rejects Johnson’s claims that she doesn’t believe in Brexit

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Theresa Mary May is a British Prime Minister and Leader of the Conservative Party Foto: HM Government and Ian Bozic

Theresa May has rejected claims she does not believe in Brexit – and insisted she would make a success of it “regardless of the outcome” of talks.

She told the BBC’s Andrew Marr show her plan for post-Brexit trade with the EU was not dead – despite it having been rejected by EU leaders.

And she urged the Tory party – in Birmingham for their annual conference – to “come together” and back it. Boris Johnson has called her so-called Chequers plan “deranged”.

In his latest broadside against her Brexit strategy, the former foreign secretary suggested he might be able to strike a better deal than her with Brussels.

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