Vaizey was a culture minister under May's predecessor and left when David Cameron resigned.
She went on to deliver a call for a "modern, compassionate Britain" and announced for an independent review of the Mental Health Act. A prankster handed her a mocked-up P45, she struggled to deliver her remarks because of an incessant cough, and there were problems with the backdrop.
But she says "it is our responsibility as a government to prepare for every eventuality". "In private people are very concerned".
Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson, wrote on Twitter that she had "huge respect" for May's performance despite the difficulties.
Brexit talks are due to resume on Monday in Brussels and European negotiators will be wondering who in London is calling the shots.
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Wearing the flag as clothing is something that most people have fallen victim to when the 4th of July rolls around. It is encouraging to see a change in the right direction and to see players returning their focus to football.
May, who took office after David Cameron resigned following the Brexit referendum previous year, has appeared exhausted in recent days, prompting questions about her enthusiasm for the top job.
Prime Minister Theresa May suffered an nearly unbelievable series of unfortunate events during her keynote speech at the Conservative Party's annual conference Wednesday.
The leader's speech was beset by problems, the most notable being the interruption of a protest by the alternative comedian Lee Nelson, who handed the PM a fake P45.
Things got worse for May when two letters from a sign with the conference's slogan, "Building a country that works for everyone", fell off while she was speaking.
In order to force a vote on the prime minister's leadership role, the votes of 48 members of parliament are necessary.
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Lower The Crushing Business Tax Rates: We will cut tax rates for American business and make American business competitive again . This week, they are as likely to have an unfavorable opinion as a favorable one about their own party's legislators in general.
Sources close to the prime minister have said that the PM had caught the "conference cold", and that her many interviews and meetings this week have taken their toll on her voice.
Tory MP Vicky Ford dismissed Mr Shapps' support within the party, revealing "he's not even in our WhatsApp group".
"We think May is a decent person doing her best - but she led us into an election with that result", he said. "We don't want to strengthen Michel Barnier's hand during the negotiations".
"She got the highest share of the Conservative vote that we have had in 25 years, nearly going back to Margaret Thatcher's post-Falklands election". Not so. Although Bartlet was the head of the United States and, well, fictional, yesterday May appeared to mirror a speech the President gave in the HBO drama.
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There was talk ahead of the World Cup about the weather and the pollution in Delhi, and that question was posed to both coaches . Unlike the senior tournament, the Federation Internationale de Football Association U-17 World Cup results are hard to predict.
It followed an intervention from former minister Ed Vaizey, who revealed he was finding it "increasingly difficult" to see a way forward with Mrs May at the helm.
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