Whatever you think of T May as a politician, she’s a human under a lot of pressure and given the extraordinary circumstances, that was a good speech.
— Jennifer Williams (@JenWilliamsMEN) October 3, 2018
Plea for party unity – again – with a warning to the Brexiteers. “If we all go off in different directions in pursuit of our own visions of the perfect Brexit – we risk ending up with no Brexit at all.” #CPC18
— Beth Rigby (@BethRigby) October 3, 2018
Theresa May will hope she doesn't suffer the same fate as the last Tory leader with a persistent cough: Iain Duncan Smith.
— George Eaton (@georgeeaton) October 3, 2018
Fascinating how May is praising former Labour leaders and backbenchers, name checking Kinnock, Attlee and Callaghan, as well as Jo Cox and others who spoke on Russia and anti-semitism. The fire is all on Corbyn. Laying the groundwork for the Labour votes she needs on Brexit.
— Jessica Elgot (@jessicaelgot) October 3, 2018
She’s getting decent applause from across the hall on the defence of Chequers (without using C-word), and warning her critics that their pursuit of a “perfect” Brexit rials no Brexit at all
— Matt Chorley (@MattChorley) October 3, 2018
On Betfair's TMay exit year market 2019 was 54% chance at the start of speech and ended a 48% chance
— Mike Smithson (@MSmithsonPB) October 3, 2018