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In graphic: Could Theresa May be the UK’s shortest-serving PM?

It’s been one year and 85 days, so far, since Mrs May moved into Number 10.

With speculation of a bid within the Conservative Party to force Theresa May to step down, her tenure in Number 10 could be one of the shortest in British history.

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Mrs May became Prime Minister in July 2016 after David Cameron resigned following the Brexit referendum.

But after a full year in Downing Street, Mrs May has already exceeded the terms of Andrew Bonar Law in the 1920s and Alec Douglas-Home in the 1960s.

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