How does the PM have power over Cabinet Collegues?

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yourjewishpal
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I have Patronage and a Prime Ministerial Government, but I can't think of another reason. I heard someone mention being party leader but I don't know how that gives them power over their cabinet colleagues. loyalty?? but isn't that patronage??
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The cabinet most likely is aware of the ‘presidential’ voting formula on the U.K. and so wouldn’t undermine their prime minister’s authority, to exemplify is during the first period of the Brexit negotiations, ministers were reluctant to poorly image Theresa May, as they knew there was a growing opposition to which they are under threat of losing to, so they need to make Theresa look strong and Stable
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