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This was the look on Theresa May’s face as a Conservative voter told her to resign.

It is shocking that 14 million people thought this woman was good prime ministerial material. What is the matter with the UK?

She refused to say – three times – whether she would vote ‘Leave’ if there was another EU referendum:

She wouldn’t guarantee the rights of EU citizens who are living in the UK:

And she contradicted herself:

This is a woman who u-turns so often that, if she were a car, her indicator lights would all be broken from overuse.

She is the exact opposite of “strong and steady”.

And as for “calm leadership” – she got flustered in the middle of the first clip in this article!

Even a Tory voter told her she needs to resign.

He said: “I’m a Conservative party member and I’m concerned. We’re on course for a guaranteed Corbyn win at the next election. Currently the only slim chance we’ve got of avoiding that is fresh leadership. The longer you cling to power unfortunately, the more you increase the certainty of Corbyn.”

He clearly hasn’t realised that the reason Mrs May won’t go is, there is nobody to replace her. The Conservative Party is a spent force, with no ideas and no talent with which to push them forward.

But still she – and they – won’t go.

There has to be a way to put this woman and her miserable gang of cut-throats and tax-avoiders out of our misery for good.


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