"If we all go off in different directions in pursuit of our own vision of the flawless Brexit, we risk ending up with no Brexit at all", she warned a Conservative party beset by internal bickering.
Dancing onto the stage to the tune of Swedish pop group ABBA's hit "Dancing Queen", May mocked herself, jokingly saying if she lost her voice it was because she had been up half of the night super gluing the stage set.
Telling party delegates to "chuck Chequers" (after calling her plans "deranged" last week) Johnson said he wanted to "stop a ridiculous seeping away of our self-belief".
At the Conservative Party conference this week, the Prime Minister made a direct appeal to her fractious party to rally behind her by declaring Britain's future outside the European Union is "full of promise".
Then the thing we saw immediately afterwards was that tweet about the Strepsils and the speech and we laughed along with her and she showed that humorous side of her. "If we all go off in different directions in pursuit of our own vision of the flawless Brexit, we risk ending up with no Brexit at all", she said, a rebuff to euro-sceptic lawmakers who have published their alternative plan for leaving the EU. In an upbeat message to activists and voters, she declared: "If we come together, there is no limit to what we can achieve".
"We need to negotiate on something based on the Chequers proposals", he said.
"Despite the United Kingdom government's rejection of the original EU backstop proposal, we will not give up seeking a workable solution that fully respects the Good Friday Agreement as well as the integrity of the Single Market and the customs union". "But if we stick together and hold our nerve I know we can get a deal that delivers for Britain".
"So why say May's speech slightly surprised me in a positive sense is that somebody's obviously got her antenna going again for her to be sensitive to that".
An undeterred May called on her colleagues to work towards making the Conservatives a party "not for the few, not even for the many but for everyone who is willing to work hard and do their best". Forty-eight such letters are needed to trigger a vote of confidence in the leader.
Asked what she thought of Johnson's speech, May told Sky News that Johnson had put in a characteristically good performance. She also signalled an end to the almost decade-long austerity drive.
And she warned she was ready to take further action against utility firms which punish loyal customers with higher prices.
Brexit negotiations are at a "really critical point" and people should support the prime minister, he said.
Taking a swipe at hardline eurosceptic Mr Johnson, Mrs May said she was making decisions on Brexit in the "national interest" - a nod to her argument that her former foreign secretary's alternative Brexit proposals would tear the United Kingdom apart by placing Northern Ireland under European Union customs rules and thereby detaching it from the rest of Britain. No taking Britain back to square one.
But I said it before, always someone is telling me, "Good luck for Sunday", and I think always, unfortunately, we need it. In those three games their possession stats were far higher than against Manchester City as the table below shows.
Murphy and Stratyner agreed that people can likely tell the difference between a heartfelt hug and a more perfunctory one. That powerful effect seemed to linger too: interviewees reported a generally positive mood the next day.
Originally when that fight got announced, I thought "if Khabib bottles this fight, I don't care about those other two". Post-photo shoot, lightweight champion Khabib Nurmagomedov gets a first look at the custom jewelry he inspired.
He added: "The first public listing of a British carmaker in decades has the kind of dinner party appeal that few IPOs share". Only 25 percent of the company was floated, with a total 57 million shares being listed.
Trump is advocating for children's welfare as part of her "Be Best" campaign during her first worldwide solo tour as first lady. Spokesperson for the protestors, Rachael Pope, said the Americans living in Malawi had a "take-home" message for US First Lady.
Now the Smithsonian museum is considering buying the space rock, and it could fetch as much as $100,000, the release says. The renowned science centre is now interested in buying the rock, Central Michigan University said.
This January, southern MI experienced a meteor flash that showered fragments of space rock all over Livingston County. While touring the property, the man spotted the rock propping open a door and asked the farmer what it was.
Typhoon Kong-rey likely to approach Okinawa
Kong-Rey began as a tropical depression on Saturday and after growing in strength, officially became a typhoon on Sunday at 8 p.m. The typhoon will pass close to Okinawa in Japan on Thursday night but it could change course and head for the Korean Peninsula.
Mourinho: United struggling for many different reasons
Asked by journalists why United were struggling, Mourinho replied "for many different reasons" but refused to elaborate. United last went five matches without a win in November and December of the 2015-16 season under Louis van Gaal.
Australia scraps tampon tax as new PM seeks to woo female voters
NSW Liberal Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said that without a guarantee in law there was a risk of other States being left behind. Yesterday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison told reporters he didn't need the states' agreement to legislate the GST floor anyway.
Study 1 in 3 US adults eat fast food each day
It's certainly possible that some people interpreted this to mean something other than burgers, fried chicken and sub sandwiches. Though it does take two to conceive, and often to parent, women at least make more of an effort to cut out fast food.