James Slack could soon be taking a position as official spokesman to prime minister Theresa May. Looking at photos like this, it is clear she needs help [Image: Carl Court/Getty Images].

Yes, why not hire someone from the Daily Heil as Theresa May’s spokesperson?

After all, David Cameron hired the former boss of a Rupert Murdoch rag. What was it called? News of the Screws? Hacked Phone Weekly?

And look how well that turned out!

James Slack, the political editor of the Daily Mail, is the frontrunner to become the new official spokesman to the prime minister.

If Slack is confirmed in the role, he will be following in the footsteps of his predecessor, James Chapman, who moved from the Mail to work for George Osborne. Chapman is now director of communications for the Brexit secretary, David Davis.

The Daily Mail has been a strong supporter of May since she announced her candidacy for the role of Conservative leader and prime minister, and has praised her dedication to Brexit.

Source: Journalist James Slack tipped to become Theresa May’s spokesman | Media | The Guardian

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