CABINET ministers have been calling Theresa May to offer their support amid suggestions that MPs are posing fresh questions about her leadership after her nightmare speech to the Conservative Party conference.

It is understood the Prime Minister is not preparing to resign and that ministers called her to offer their backing following the luckless address in Manchester.

But backbench Tory MP Mark Pritchard suggested a “small number” of colleagues were raising questions over her leadership in text messages and warned them “there is no vacancy at Number 10”.

Mrs May’s speech was marred by a series of unfortunate events, including a stage invader handing her a P45 unemployment notice, a cough repeatedly bringing her oration to a halt, and letters falling off the party slogan on the backdrop behind her.

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Sir Bob Geldof has delivered searing criticism of a number of world leaders, saying he is “sick of them”.

At the opening ceremony of the One Young World Summit in Bogota, Colombia, Sir Bob turned his particular attention to State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi over her government’s treatment of the Rohingya minority in Burma, also known as Myanmar.

“On this stage are some of the greatest people who have fought for justice and peace and equality in our world,” he said, referring to the Nobel Peace Laureates sitting on stage behind him.

“And one of their number in Myanmar insults them – insults them all. Who took the greatest prize that humans can give to another and then becomes one of the great ethnic cleansers of our planet. This is a disgrace.”

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The girlfriend of the Las Vegas gunman said she had no inkling of the massacre he was plotting when he sent her on a trip abroad to see her family.

Marilou Danley issued the statement after returning from her native Philippines and being questioned for much of the day by FBI agents still trying to figure out what drove Stephen Paddock to kill 58 people at a country music festival from his 32nd-floor hotel suite.

“He never said anything to me or took any action that I was aware of that I understood in any way to be a warning that something horrible like this was going to happen,” Ms Danley said in a statement read by her lawyer outside FBI headquarters in Los Angeles.

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