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Media captionTheresa May is asked if Boris Johnson has undermined her
Theresa May says she has not been undermined by Boris Johnson’s recent interventions on Brexit, saying she does not want a cabinet of “yes men”.
The prime minister said the foreign secretary’s vision of Brexit reflected the government’s approach.
“This isn’t about an individual personality, it’s about how we can deliver for people, ” she added.
Mr Johnson has delivered his party seminar speech, saying it is time to “let the British lion roar”.
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