The leader of the Welsh Conservatives accidentally committed to making a success of "breakfast" – rather than "Brexit" – in his speech to the Tory party conference in Birmingham.
Andrew R. T. Davies told the audience: "Conference, mark my words, we will make breakfast... Brexit a success."
The audience immediately burst into applause, while a sheepish Davies made light of the situation.
"Now that's one word that wasn't meant to come out like that, was it," he said. "I'll have a word with the autocue at the back."
Confusion between "Brexit" and "breakfast" is becoming increasingly common at the Conservative party conference, with veteran backbencher Peter Lilley MP making a similar stumble at a conference fringe event on Monday morning.
Davies, who leads the Conservatives in the Welsh assembly, campaigned for a Brexit vote in June's referendum. His previous views on breakfast are unknown.
Jim Waterson is a politics editor for BuzzFeed News and is based in London.
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