Theresa May’s earlier failure caused Brexit
MORE recently when Theresa May was pictured out on a loose limb at the back on the right hand side of the European leaders, she not only looked totally washed out but more like the grim reaper, less the scythe.
For sure Labour must be absolutely delighted they are letting her carry on in her death throws.
Prior to the election she took the electorate for granted feeling she could sit back on some misguided judgement that Jeremey Corbyn’s unpopularity would suffice to win her a majority: well that is other than producing robotic remarks to all and sundry.
Most of all she misjudged the youth of the country, who were and still are sick to death of the run of the mill politics, such that now she faces a backlash of mammoth proportions.
As regards Brexit. I’m sick to death of politicians side stepping the principle issue which was the thinking behind so many voting out, like myself: the saturation of immigrants overloading our NHS, schools and housing in particular.
My goodness we are still talking about the “young” not being able to afford a house, if at all, until way into their thirties despite both bringing in, in some cases, rather lucrative incomes.
Now had Teresa May sorted out the issue as Home Secretary I’m not sure I would have need to vote out.
However, as is so often the case at the top, rather than demote someone for failure, you promote them. Well at least this is consistent with capitalism in general. Just look at the rewards given to the bankers! David Abbott Stoke Golding