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British Prime Minister Theresa May has finally spoken for the first time since losing an early election last month.
Mrs May spoke for 90 minutes in Birmingham today, insisting that she wasn’t pushing for a no-deal Brexit, or for a second EU referendum.
But she did not defend her decision to call the snap election, which handed the Tories a disastrous 13 per cent swing and wiped out their majority in parliament.
In fact, Theresa May came out to defend her decision to seek the snap election in the first place.
And at the end of the marathon speech, Theresa May joked she wanted to be a better Prime Minister, telling the crowd: “Do you know what I did last night? I went to sleep, and I could have been there, as I was a few times during that campaign.”
(Image: REX/Shutterstock) (Image: Rex Features) (Image: REX/Shutterstock)
The Prime Minister’s speech marked the first time in a year she made any public comments about the election, which she called a few weeks ago.
The reason for her low-key return to politics is pretty clear – Theresa May must prove she can defeat Jeremy Corbyn and his radical Labour Party if she wants to remain in 10 Downing Street.
(Image: PA) (Image: REX/Shutterstock)
In her comments today, the Prime Minister seemed to accept that the election was a disaster, saying that voters had sent a message, and that the Tories needed to change their approach and “listen”.
She also admitted that the country is “mired” in the Brexit chaos.
“Because of this election, we have to get on with the
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