Theresa May will use speech to reposition Tories on 'the new centre ground'
Theresa May will use her first conference speech as Conservative leader to draw a clear line under the era of her predecessor David Cameron by declaring her determination to reposition the party on "the new centre ground of British politics".
Denouncing Jeremy Corbyn's Labour for a "sanctimonious pretence of moral superiority", Mrs May will state her intention for the Tories to usurp its traditional position as the party of "ordinary working-class people", the NHS and public servants.
But she will also distance herself from the small-state politics of earlier... read more
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