End discord or put Brexit at risk, May tells Tories

End discord or put Brexit at risk, May tells Tories

End discord or put Brexit at risk, May tells Tories

Theresa May will close the Conservative conference by declaring Britain's post-Brexit future is "full of promise" and insisting her party remains "on the side" of hard-pressed families.

On Wednesday, the Prime Minister walked on stage at the Conservative Party conference dancing along to the tune of ABBA's Dancing Queen in front of delegates.

But by the end it was clear that their hero lacks the plan or the backing from MPs to call for Mrs May's head and "truly take back control".Boris Johnson's cheek knows no bounds and Tory members love him for it - but he can not strike the killer blow for hard Brexit.

The British PM said that she wanted a good Brexit agreement but warned the European Union that "Britain isn't afraid to leave with no deal if we had to".

She mixed optimism with a show of determination in a sweeping hour-long address. The June 2016 referendum on leaving the European Union exposed deep ideological divisions within the party (and, needless to say, the country as a whole) and May has struggled to unite party members, and her own Cabinet, around her Brexit proposals.

"Don't let anyone tell you we don't have what it takes: we have everything we need to succeed".

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"We've had many countries trying to lower corporate tax rate for the past decade, but one common theme across every Group of Seven country's expansion is that investment never goes up", he said.

"Despite the United Kingdom government's rejection of the original EU backstop proposal, we will not give up seeking a workable solution that fully respects the Good Friday Agreement as well as the integrity of the Single Market and the customs union".

Standing firmly by the Chequers plan which was denounced by Boris Johnson as a "constitutional outrage", Mrs May promised: "If we stick together and hold our nerve, I know we can get a deal that delivers for Britain".

There would, she said, be no second referendum.

She also tried to return to the message she gave when she was appointed prime minister in 2016, promising to help those who feel "left behind" and pledging to end her government's austerity push after almost a decade of spending cuts.

Ahead of his conference appearance, he was pictured out jogging, in what some interpreted as a "parody" of Mrs May's claim that the "naughtiest" thing she did as a child was to run through a field of wheat.

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"So when we've secured a good Brexit deal for Britain, at the spending review next year we will set out our approach for the future".

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James Forsyth, political editor of the Spectator magazine and a columnist at the Sun newspaper said: "May delivers one of her best speeches, and will send activists home in better heart than they expected this morning".

Numerous eurosceptic Conservative MPs have already drawn big crowds in Birmingham as they offer their own idea for a looser trade arrangement with the EU.

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Brexit negotiations are at a "really critical point" and people should support the prime minister, he said. "If the Prime Minister wants to back up her words with action, Philip Hammond should announce immediately that the cuts scheduled for the next four years will be cancelled".

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