Theresa May dances her way onstage to Abba at Tory conference

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

"We have had disagreements in this party about Britain's membership of the European Union for a long time".

British Prime Minister Theresa May defended her Brexit plans on Wednesday, but cautioned that she would rather leave without a deal than accept the carve up of the United Kingdom. "That is the approach I have taken on Brexit", she said.

She said: "Our mission as Conservatives must be to show them we can build an economy that does".

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On the domestic front, the British PM set an agenda that moved away from austerity and cuts to public services and announced new borrowing powers for local councils to build more homes.

She urged all sections of her divided party to "come together" behind her negotiating stance after days of criticism of her Chequers blueprint for Brexit.

I mean, it's definitely one way to make an entrance - but I'm pretty sure there aren't many people talking about her actual speech right now. This is not what we voted for.

But she wasn't going to let that stop her from having the time of her life as she went on stage to deliver her speech.