She might not be axing free school meals any more, but Theresa May still doesn’t like children [Image: Getty].

Today, Theresa May has axed her plan to end free school meals.

Yesterday, she u-turned on her plan to end the ban on fox hunting.

What Tory policy will she scrap tomorrow?

Her ministers are at each other’s throats over public sector pay – despite the fact that all of them voted to keep the cap, in Parliament last week.

And negotiations on Brexit are dissolving into incoherence.

She has no manifesto.

She has no policies.

She has no support.

How long do we have to endure this farce?

We no longer have an administration; we have an international laughing-stock.

When will Mrs May accept the inevitable – and call an end to the worst-ever excuse for a UK government?

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