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Even the backdrop fell to pieces during Theresa May’s conference speech.

The ‘F’ fell off the slogan behind her. changing it from “A country that works for everyone” to “A country that works OR everyone”.

It rendered the line meaningless but is symbolic of a speech in which Mrs May’s voice cracked dozens of times and which she must have been delighted to have finished.

The ‘E’ subsequently fell off the other end of the slogan’s bottom line, after Mrs May had (mercifully) stopped talking.

What a disaster.

ADDITIONAL: I just found this image on Facebook, which sums up the whole fiasco:

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