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EDITORIAL

Editorial comment from Matthew SteeplesOur editor tells it like it is and he rarely minces his words

Bring Her Down

Matthew Steeples calls for Theresa May to follow her resigning ministers and JUST GO

 

Today was a moment in history. First, Theresa May lost a fair few cabinet ministers and then she stupidly claimed: “A good Brexit is possible.”

 

This deranged and shabbily dressed woman – sadly not even taken on by the equally incompetent Commie Jeremy Corbyn – was given free reign in the House of Incompetents (where most MPs sat playing on their mobile phones) to stupidly announce we’d have “an ambitious future” and a “brighter future for our country.”

 

With the pound crashing and companies fleeing from our borders, Mrs May – deserted by even that well-known GMTV knicker flasher Esther McVey – faced questions from Ken Clarke who rightly pointed out that we will lose “huge flows of inwards investment.” As a counterpoint, the pugnacious but this time on the point Iain Duncan Smith remarked: “My concern is that we had the sovereign right… But we do not have the sovereign right to leave this arrangement.”

 

Basically, we live in a land that has become a joke. Even ‘The Vulcan’ John Redwood got it: “This House now has a clear choice… £39 billion has just been said for nothing.”

 

It is time for Theresa May to go and it is time she did it now.

 

#MakeNovemberTheEndOfMay #BringHerDown

 

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Comments

3 comments on “Bring Her Down”

  1. By the seems of it a Brexit has not been delivered. The reality is that after all the talking and voting we will still be just as much a part of the EU as we were before, except under a different name. The idiot girl needs to depart.

  2. Yes, I think her time is up on the gravy train, along with her hubby.
    Just resign and keep a tiny bit of credibility. Your party and the majority will thank you for it.

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