October 04, 2017
HOME SECRETARY Amber Rudd seemingly prompted Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to stand and applaud Theresa May during her Conservative party conference speech.

Mr Johnson has been the subject of several conference rumours, many hinting toward a potential leadership challenge from the Foreign Secretary.
As Theresa May, the Prime Minister suffered a seemingly tumultuous speech in Manchester after it was interrupted by a prankster as well as Mrs May’s ill health.

GET UP Boris! Moment Amber Rudd orders Johnson to STAND up for PM in show of support
Video footage of the Cabinet, who all sit together at the front of the conference, rising to applause on of Mrs May’s policy announcements.
Mr Johnson appeared to rise to his feet slower than his colleagues and only applauds when prompted by Ms Rudd.
The rollercoaster speech reached a climax when comedy character Lee Nelson – played by Simon Brodkin – interrupted the Prime Minister to hand her a P45.
Referencing the rumours surrounding Mr Johnson’s leadership ambitions, Brodkin yelled the Foreign Secretary had told him to hand the P45 to Mrs May.

He said: “Boris told me to hand her a P45.
“He didn’t tell me why. He wanted me to do it.”
While the comedian was escorted from the venue, Mrs May joked Jeremy Corbyn is “someone I’d like to give a P45 to”.
Mrs May was also forced to battle through several coughing fits, after suffering from an illness this week.
Chancellor Philip Hammond even handed the Prime Minister a hard-boiled sweet to soothe her throat.
With Conservative party members applauding to keep the Prime Minister going, she was thwarted by yet another bout of coughing.
She joked: “Shows what good the Chancellor’s cough sweet is.”

GET UP Boris! Moment Amber Rudd orders Johnson to STAND up for PM in show of support
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