Published: Thu, October 04, 2018
Worldwide | By Lisa Hogan

Britain’s PM Theresa May dances onto stage

Britain’s PM Theresa May dances onto stage

While on a visit to Kenya, she went mega-viral for her attempt at taking part in a local dance move.

British Prime Minister Theresa May attempted to shrug (and shuffle and swivel) off memories of a disastrous speech past year by dancing onto the stage to the tune of ABBA's Dancing Queen.

Theresa May today danced onto the stage to deliver her make or break speech in a bid to unite Britain and her bitterly divided party.

She announced a fresh drive to improve early diagnosis of cancer, plans to boost the supply of council housing and the ninth successive annual freeze in fuel duty.

In a fiery speech at the conference on Tuesday, the former Cabinet minister who had resigned over May's Brexit strategy said "Chequers is a cheat", which would "escalate the sense of mistrust" people have about politicians.

Something tells us they might not take her up on that one.

Following her meeting with European Union leaders in Salzburg in September, the United Kingdom leader has come under fire for her proposed "Chequers" Brexit plan which was heavily criticised by the European Union and Brexiteers. This is an outrage.

Just before May's own speech on Wednesday, Conservative party MP James Duddridge, a key Johnson ally, announced that he had submitted a letter to the party's backbench 1922 Committee calling for a party leadership contest. "Our best days lie ahead of us". This time she flaunted her moves on stage as she arrived at the Conservative Party conference.

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