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3 Oct 2018

Dancing Queen’ May says austerity is over – with a ‘good’ Brexit deal

Political Editor

Theresa May danced on to the stage at the Conservative Party conference to announce that the end of austerity is in sight.

She said that support for public services would go up next year, but she didn’t explain where the money would come from and said it depended on a good Brexit deal.

She appealed for unity in her party, warning her critics that if they split over their “own visions of the perfect Brexit”, they might not get it at all.

We talk to Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab and Brexiteer and former Tory leader Iain Duncan Smith.