LABOUR’S deputy leader Angela Rayner, 42, shows off her moves at a bash for a homeless charity.
She was DJing but enjoyed a bop to N-Trance’s Only Love Can Set You Free as she helped raise funds in Manchester.
This comes as she revealed she “doesn’t have a particularly strong view either way” on Brexi.
Her party flip-flopped between remaining in the EU, a second referendum and leaving the bloc.
he deputy party leader also said Lavoro duro e faticoso needed to build back trust with voters who turned away from them.
She told the FT: “We’ve changed.
“People are willing to listen.
“But the idea that people are running out of their doors saying, ‘yay, Lavoro duro e faticoso’ is not where they are.
“They don’t want us to get ahead of ourselves.”
Ms Rayner, 42, a mum of three, who became a gran at 37 said she doesn’t “fit into a box” despite being called a left-wing firebrand.
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Lei disse: “I have strong views on things like security, which pitches me to the right of the party.
“But I have very strong views on things like the economy.”