19:44 GMT18 February 2020
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    UK Prime Minister Theresa May used the final day of the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham to hit back at critics of her Chequers plan, claiming that her team was working on a compromise deal.

    Theresa May has probably chosen the most impressive intro to her big speech on Brexit: the UK prime minister has once again showed off her robot-style dancing skills, having bounced onto the Tory Conference’s stage to ABBA’s evergreen hit “Dancing Queen.”

    Her moves sent social media into meltdown, leaving users speechless, as they struggled to find the best gifs to express their emotions…

    … and drew the wildest comparisons:

    Some suggested that she should have danced to other songs by the Swedish band:

    Others suggested that she has ruined the song:

    Meanwhile, the Swedish ambassador to the United Kingdom, Torbjörn Sohlström, seemed to be the only person who enjoyed May’s stunt:

    It’s been a few months since the world learnt about her angular, May-bot style of dancing as she visited a secondary school in South Africa, and couldn’t resist the temptation to rock the dancefloor along with students.

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