Britain’s PM Theresa May dances onto stage

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"If we don't, if we all go off in different directions in pursuit of our own visions of the flawless Brexit, we risk ending up with no Brexit at all", she said.

The Prime Minister had been preparing to address her party and about her Brexit plans but couldn't resist having a dance to the disco floor-filler while making her way to the stage.

Theresa May arrived on stage to the tune of ABBA's "Dancing Queen" today, and showed off her dance moves once again.

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The move was a self-deprecating response to the negative comments about her tribal dancing during a tour of Africa earlier in the summer. "What might have seemed amusing after a couple of cocktails is ridiculous and inappropriate in the harsh light of reality".

She even made a joke about it as she began her speech Wednesday. "But my job as Prime Minister is to do what I believe to be in the national interest", she said. Just last month she offered up some dancing advice to the Strictly Come Dancing lot, tweeting: "Get in touch if you need any tips".

Painting an upbeat picture of Britain's future prospects, she urged the party to reach out to people who "still feel our economy isn't working for them".