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You may or may not think this qualifies as dancing, but on Wednesday Britain's Prime Minister lit up Twitter, and her onlooking Conservative Party Conference, by grooving on stage to ABBA. It's funny because a month or so ago, she was filmed dancing in Africa on a trip, once with school kids in South Africa, and again in Kenya.
And despite the unique dancing style, it seems she might have found some much-needed rhythm to bring home. Her deeply divided Conservative Party seemed momentarily united as they gave her a standing ovation. She also mocked herself over last year's disastrous party conference, where she coughed her way through the key note speech.
blic sector working->> Was handed a termination of employment letter by a prankster, and as if that wasn't enough, the sign behind her fell apart.>> Now, can I just say, you will have to excuse me if I do cough during the speech.>>
>> I've been up all night super glueing the backdrop.>>
Some on Twitter though weren't so sure, questioning whether the song choice should've been Dancing Queen or SOS. And it may well have been May's signal for urgent help, after the jokes her speech quickly turned to stern words about Brexit, where May is struggling to keep afloat as rebels face her from all directions.
>> We will not betray the result of the referendum and we will never break up our country.>> She defended the current Brexit strategy, her so called Chequers plan, and warned that if her party doesn't unite behind her, Britain will leave without a deal.>> Britain isn't afraid to leave with no deal if we have to.
>> Now it's a question of whether she can superglue the fractioning pieces of her party back together, in time for the critical and fast approaching Brexit deadline.