British Prime Minister Theresa May has warned her warring Cabinet ministers that none of them are “unsackable”, Sky News reports.
The Prime Minister has been forced to lay down the law with her top team after a series of briefings against the Chancellor Philip Hammond.
Mrs May has been told she will have the backing of senior backbenchers to get rid of any ministers who are found to be plotting against her.
She told LBC Radio: “There is no such thing as an unsackable minister, but at the moment the team is together and we are getting on with the job of delivering what we need to do.”
Pressed by presenter Iain Dale over whether any minister was unsackable, she replied: “No.”