Separated at birth? An amusingly-accurate comparison between Theresa May (right) and Twiki, the robotic companion from Glen A. Larson’s short-lived Buck Rogers TV show of the late 1970s/early 1980s.

Apparently, Theresa May is discarding her “strong and stable” cliche to spend the next eight days pretending to be the only party leader who can influence Brexit negotiations.

Do you think that will work for her?

No. Nor do I.

In fact, this may be a good moment for a quick run-down (by which I mean, let’s run it into the ground) of Theresa May’s car-crash campaign so far:

If you can still vote Conservative after that, then you must have money invested in their plans!

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