Theresa May’s ear­lier fail­ure caused Brexit

Hinckley Times - - LETTERS -

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

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