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EDITORIAL

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

May it Haunt Her

As David Cameron is caught on camera criticising the “stupidity” of Philip Hammond’s budget, we join those warning the guffawing PM that her ride is about to get a bit rougher

 

Yesterday, at the unveiling of a new war memorial, former Prime Minister David Cameron was caught on camera saying: “Breaking a manifesto promise is stupidity” by a forensic lipreader.

 

Cameron, whose conversation with Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon, was analysed for the MailOnline by Tina Lannin of 121 Captions, was plainly making reference to Philip Hammond’s decision to raise National Insurance contributions.

 

Whilst Cameron, himself, will only be remembered as the man who walked away after his disastrous decision to call a referendum on Britain’s membership of Europe went against him, he is right on this point. His unelected successor now faces rebellion not only from the House of Lords on Brexit but also from her own MPs over National Insurance contributions. Mrs May has had it easy until now but things are about to get a hell of a lot rougher.

 

Comments

4 comments on “May it Haunt Her”

  1. Theresa May is Donald Trump’s ally and together they’ll MAKE YOUR NATIONS GREAT AGAIN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Support them!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Idiot!!!!!!!!!!

  2. May is doing a very good job in hard circumstances: there is no one who even begins to measure up to her.
    Cameron and Osborne have been consigned to the dustbin of political history…a couple of boys

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