Not very convincingly. The Independent reports:
Theresa May will try to draw a line under weeks of turmoil by telling squabbling cabinet ministers to stop worrying about their own “job security” and focus on the national interest.
Ms May will tell her party she will not “hide from a challenge” and demand that after a lengthy period of soul-searching following the election that ministers “shape up”.As the Sermon on the Mount has it, "why beholdest thou the mote that is in thy brother's eye, but considerest not the beam that is in thine own eye?" For did the Maybot not hide from the challenge of a leaders' debate during the recent general election? And did she not waste public money in protecting her own job security by making a deal with the DUP - was that in the national interest?