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Jean-Claude Juncker seems to have taken great pleasure in Theresa May’s little routine. It seems likely the EU will lead her on a merry dance as well.

Perhaps it would have been better if Theresa May had actually shot herself in the foot, rather than doing it metaphorically with that silly attempt-at-a-dance she did before her speech to the Tory conference last week.

I’m sure you don’t need reminding but I’m going to do it anyway – using a Tweet that proposed an appropriate change of lyric. Here she is:

Now here’s Jean-Claude Juncker:

Mr Juncker is President of the European Commission and, although he has denied mocking Mrs May, we can certainly infer that he has an opinion about her as a result of that little giggle.

I think the Brexit negotiations are about to go off the tracks, yet again.

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