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The Tories are on the brink of warfare over Brexit

The Conservative party is a ticking time bomb ready to explode over the issue of Brexit. On camera, UK prime minister Theresa May and the rest of the ruling Tory party put on a united front. The prime minister received a standing ovation on Sunday when she declared "Brexit means Brexit and we are going to make a success of it." But, behind the scenes, in the many fringe events and receptions taking place in Birmingham as part of the party's annual get-together, battle lines are being drawn between Brexiteers and those who wanted Britain to Remain in the European Union.
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