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Picture of the Week – Chippy May

Images of Theresa May eating chips prove to be her ‘Ed Milliband moment’

 

Theresa May likes to refer to her “red, white and blue Brexit” and “Corbyn’s coalition of chaos”, but yesterday, the hectoring vicar’s daughter had a moment of madness when she decided to allow herself be photographed eating chips in Cornwall.

 

The Prime Minister – now the winner of the “most awkward photo of a politician eating ever” – was subsequently  lampooned on Twitter and of the image, one user named @iBreezeblock brilliantly remarked: “Theresa May eats chips like a disturbed seabird eats her own young”.

 

#Awkward #MakeJuneEndOfMay

 

Comments

7 comments on “Picture of the Week – Chippy May”

  1. What is wrong with you????????????? Theresa May is MAKING GREAT BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN and you should not mock such a senior and amazing lady like this!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Get back in your box!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. I am sure they are all equally as nice or wherever your thinking comes from. Since they will all make an equal contribution to remaining in the EU I intend to vote for them all.
    Settling the obligation over that £100 billion bill might help smooth things over but May prefers chips over humble pie, so it seems

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