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Trendifying Theresa

George Freeman MP denies he wants to create a Tory version of Glastonbury; imagining Theresa May boozing with Liam Gallagher definitely would be hard

 

Theresa May, Dizzee Rascal and Liam Gallagher would certainly make for unlikely bedfellows but now a Conservative MP, George Freeman, wishes to replicate Jeremy Corbyn’s success in such company at Glastonbury and in September will host his own festival in Norfolk.

 

Former biotechnology entrepreneur Mr Freeman, chairman of Mrs May’s policy board, asked: “Why is it just the left who have all the fun in politics?” and has received support for what he calls a “friends and family event” and a “cross between Hay-on-Wye and the Latitude festival” from a number of sponsors and venues.

 

Expected to be called the “Conservative Ideas Festival,” the event was remarked on by one unnamed fellow MP as: “Very trendy” but needing “a lot of expensive booze” for him to attend. One might argue seeing Mrs May drunk in one of her beloved wheat fields might amuse many, but in reality this idea sounds nearly as bad as when the party put William Hague in a baseball cap at a theme park in 1997. Theresa, a word of advice: Don’t do it.

 

Trendifying Theresa – Mrs May should not attend Tory Glastonbury – George Freeman MP denies he wants to create a Tory version of Glastonbury; imagining Theresa May boozing with Liam Gallagher definitely would be hard.

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3 comments on “Trendifying Theresa”

  1. Teresa May is MAKING GREAT BRITAIN GREAT AGAIN and you mock her wonderful worker bees???????????????? WTF??????????? I wish we had a leader of her elevation in Oz!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! She tops the bill of brilliance along with DONALD TRUMP in America!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Get behind her!!!!!!!!!!! Support her!!!!!!!!!! Support the festival of ideas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  2. Poor Hague. Wearing that hat was really stupid. Luckily he’s redeemed himself by lining his pockets in the years since. Good for him. I hear he has a rather large mansion in Wales now.

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