Prime Minister Theresa May struggled Monday to keep her government from imploding after the resignations of Foreign Minister Boris Johnson, a prominent face of the campaign for Britain to leave the European Union, and David Davis, her once loyal “Brexit minister” in charge of negotiating the country’s break. May still faces threats from her hard-line Brexiteers, who are openly debating a no-confidence vote that could sweep her from power.
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