May awkwardly pumped her arms in the air Wednesday, poking a bit of fun at herself as she showed off her very limited dance moves - a nod to her much-mocked boogie during a trip to Africa earlier this year. She's just as dorky as a dancer as 99% of us.
Her address comes after her former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson made a scathing speech yesterday calling on the United Kingdom government to "chuck Chequers" at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham.
Fresh from dancing her way on stage, during her speech, May warned European Union leaders that Britain was not afraid to leave the bloc without a separation deal, and told the audience that internal party disunity risked the Brexit process being reversed.
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Indonesia, which sits on the seismically active Pacific Ring of Fire, is all too familiar with deadly earthquakes and tsunamis. She said she was finally expecting to board a plane on Tuesday, and she was "absolutely delighted and thankful to God" for it.
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.
The Tory party conference has been dominated by Brexit, with former foreign secretary Boris Johnson launching a fresh attack against the Prime Minister's so-called Chequers plan for post-Brexit trade with the European Union, named after the British PM's country residence where it was agreed in July.
"This is not democracy. Don't let anyone tell you we don't have what it takes", she said. This time she flaunted her moves on stage as she arrived at the Conservative Party conference.