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British Prime Minister Theresa May on Sunday rejected reports that hinted on a no-confidence motion against her.
May said that as far as she was aware, a formal challenge to her leadership had not yet gained enough support to trigger a confidence vote.
"As far as I know, no, it has not," May told Sky News, when asked if the threshold had been met for a formal leadership contest.
Earlier reports had suggested that the Prime Minister may face a no-confidence vote next week.
Media reports had said that the Conservative lawmakers would submit the 48 letters required to trigger a leadership contest.
Citing Brexiteer sources, Telegraph Chief Political Correspondent Christopher Hope had also tweeted that May could face the no-confidence vote on Tuesday.
Some lawmakers in Prime Minister Theresa May's Conservative Party have said they have submitted letters of no confidence in the British leader.
A leadership challenge is triggered if 48 Conservatives write such letters to the chairman of the party's so-called 1922 committee.
May could be toppled if 158 of her 315 lawmakers vote against her.
'As far as I know, no, it has not,' Theresa May told Sky News when asked if the threshold had been met for a formal leadership contest.