Theresa May to tell conference

European Council President Donald Tusk and Ireland's Prime Minister Leo Varadkar
underlined the need for more intense Brexit negotiations in the run up to an October 18 European summit

‘Dancing Theresa May’ urges unity for Brexit talks

The BBC's political editor Laura Kuenssberg said it was the PM's task to show she could "change the conversation" and demonstrate that Brexit would make a positive difference to people's lives at a time when her future was an "open question" within the party.

All eyes may be on Theresa May as she addresses the Conservative Party conference in Birmingham on Wednesday - but numerous paper's column inches are dedicated to a fellow top Tory: Boris Johnson.

May's unexpectedly disarming conference speech followed, exhorting the party to come together, or Brexit is at risk.

Only a day earlier at the exact same spot Boris Johnson had once more highly criticised her Chequer's plan, and moments before she was ready to address the conference's attendees and the whole nation, her fellow MP James Duddridge submitted a letter, demanding a vote of no confidence in her name. But she said the deficit was nearly gone and we would soon start seeing the huge national debt being paid off.

Eurosceptic MPs led by former foreign minister Boris Johnson have held a string of packed fringe meetings to argue against May's proposal for Britain to follow European Union trade rules on goods after it leaves.

Appealing to voters tired of belt-tightening, she said: "Because you made sacrifices, there are better days ahead". "Even if we do not all agree on every part of this proposal, we need to come together", May said.

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In a conference where the policy agenda put forward by Corbyn and his shadow Cabinet has received more comment than ever before, May will attack her opposite number's leadership call for a return to decency in political discourse.

"It's important to support the only politician I can see who is actively campaigning to give people the Leave that they voted for", said Colette Wyatt-Lowe, 71, a councillor from the outskirts of London, while queueing to hear Johnson speak.

In a message to voters tired of belt-tightening, the PM said: "Because you made sacrifices, there are better days ahead".

In her address to the party this week, Mrs May called for unity, and said all sides needed to compromise over Brexit, or they could put Britain's withdrawal from the European Union at risk.

Theresa May will attempt take back control of the Conservative conference today with a keynote speech attacking Labour and talking up the UK's post-Brexit future.

"So why we can think that Ireland is going to be such a disaster, I don't know". "This is not the time for the party or the country to be divided", said Faye Purbrick, 41, from Somerset, western England. "We can not make the case of capitalism if ordinary working people have no chance of owning capital", she said. You tell us, essentially, the same story - that the British are proposing unrealistic terms that they can't get.

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But for the british government, this would amount to creating another border, between Northern Ireland and the rest of the United Kingdom, a hypothesis unacceptable. On housing, alongside charging higher rates of stamp duty for foreign investors, and putting that money into preventing rough sleeping, May announced a scrap of the cap on council borrowing to make homes.

"Back business. Back them to create jobs and build prosperity". Maybe her public and constant knocks are relatable.

Any spending increases would not be expected to kick in until next year's spending review in any event; but it will be hard for the chancellor to avoid a shift of tone, after her upbeat rhetoric about voters' sacrifices paying off.

"It is no surprise that we have had a range of different views expressed this week", Mrs May said.

"Emotional arguments that stress the issue of dignity sound attractive, but they do not facilitate agreement".

"Because a decade after the financial crash people need to know that the austerity it led to is over and their hard work has paid off".

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