From Dancing Queen to Dancing in the Dark?
How could Theresa May’s handlers believe that the person leading the most crucial negotiations for the future of the UK, who holds the future of the EU in her hands, could benefit from this piece of nonsense?
When you’ve absolutely nothing left to lose, dance badly on television, in front of the whole nation; well, the whole world really. Prime Minister Theresa May managed to raise a laugh in front of her conference delegates, but there was little else to smile about in Birmingham as the curtain fell on the 2018 Conservative Party conference.
Only desperation urges important people to take seriously a nonsense idea that someone dreams up after too...
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