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Newspapers react to May's conference speech

Newspapers react to May's conference speech
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UK newspapers react to Therea May's speech at the Conservative Party Conference.

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Theresa May’s speech at the Conservative Party Conference yesterday (Wednesday 4th October) dominated the front pages of the newspapers in the UK this morning.

The Prime Minister was handed a P45 by comedian, Lee Nelson. Nelson was removed from the conference.

May struggled to speak as she battled with a sore throat. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Phillip Hammond handed her a lozenge as May joked about the Chancellor giving away something for free.

The slogan on the wall behind May read ‘ Building a country for everyone’ yet one of the letters fell off the wall during her speech.

May on final warning after speech shambles, as backdrop looses its letter F. #tomorrowspaperstodaypic.twitter.com/I70L7PRNWO

— The Times Pictures (@TimesPictures) October 4, 2017

Thursday’s Daily TELEGRAPH: “Luckless May centre stage in tragic farce” #bbcpapers#tomorrowspaperstodaypic.twitter.com/EkMC2BaGbM

— Allie Hodgkins-Brown (@AllieHBNews) October 4, 2017

Tomorrow’s front page: PM’s nightmare as sign collapses pic.twitter.com/uhp6Wo0F9b

— The Sun (@TheSun) October 4, 2017

The Guardian front page, Thursday 05.10.17: Coughing and spluttering – May’s British dream turns into nightmare pic.twitter.com/OpZ3iMoNWR

— The Guardian (@guardian) October 4, 2017

Thursday’s INDEPENDENT Digital: “Carry On Conference” #bbcpapers#tomorrowspaperstodaypic.twitter.com/GFdjitzluS

— Allie Hodgkins-Brown (@AllieHBNews) October 4, 2017

Thursday’s Scottish Daily Express front page #scotpapers#tomorrowspaperstodaypic.twitter.com/Nm9ZKm3zlF

— Scottish Express (@ScotExpress) October 4, 2017

DAILY MAIL FRONT PAGE Opt Out If You Don’t Want to Donate Organs#skypaperspic.twitter.com/mGgPQRJhe2

— Sky News (@SkyNews) October 4, 2017

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