Theresa May promises 'change is going to come' in keynote speech

12.43am Wednesday 5th October 2016

Theresa May has vowed that "a change is going to come" as she set out her plan to take the Conservatives onto the centre ground in a speech marking a clear break from her predecessor David Cameron.


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