Theresa’s trou­bles and the wa­ter of life

Argyllshire Advertiser - - NEWS -

Prime Min­is­ter Theresa May spoke re­cently in an in­ter­view about the sup­port she has re­ceived from her hus­band dur­ing the tough Brexit process.

Philip, it seems, has made a point of hav­ing a dram (of un­known mag­ni­tude) ready for his wife af­ter she re­turns from a hard day at the of­fice.

The nugget of in­for­ma­tion caught the eye of our reg­u­lar con­trib­u­tor Ann Thomas, who muses on the no­tion of an emer­gency de­liv­ery to Down­ing Street.

It might take more than a glass of Scot­land’s am­ber nec­tar to ease the PM’s wor­ries as her Brexit plans ap­pear cer­tain to face a rocky ride at West­min­ster.

For Ar­gyll’s whisky pro­duc­ers, how­ever, Theresa’s trou­bles could of­fer an un­ex­pected – but none­the­less wel­come – Brexit bonus.

As a re­spon­si­ble pub­li­ca­tion we should add that al­co­hol is rarely, if ever, the an­swer – par­tic­u­larly to prob­lems of Brexit-sized pro­por­tions.

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