From the Imperial March to Thomas the Tank – the best remixes of May’s dance
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Some viewed Theresa May's Dancing Queen routine as a cynical attempt to distract the nation from a speech devoid of detail.
Certainly if you take a scroll through Facebook and Twitter you won't escape seeing a version of that video at least once.
But now the sense of disbelief has died down, what is now gaining more traction online is the attempts at remixing the music along with the editing of the original video.
Here are a few of our favourites.
• Hear more reaction to Theresa May's speech and Conservative party conference on this week's podcast from The New European - out Friday.
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