David Davis speaks during a meeting of the pro-Brexit ERG in central London. AFP / Daniel LEAL-OLIVAS
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Brexit-supporting lawmakers in British Prime Minister Theresa May's party publicly pledged support for her Wednesday after media reports of a plot to oust her by rebels unhappy with her proposals for exiting the European Union. About 50 lawmakers from the European Research Group, a grouping in May's Conservative Party which wants a sharper break with the EU, met Tuesday night and openly discussed May's future, the BBC reported.Whatever was said in private, leaders of the group said Tuesday they still want May to stay on.Former Brexit Secretary David Davis, who quit the Cabinet in July over the proposals, told reporters he expected May's government to change course on Brexit after an informal meeting of EU leaders in Salzburg next week.Gove is one of the most visible Brexit campaigners still in the Cabinet after Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson and Davis quit in July saying May's plan would keep too much EU influence.
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