This Labour video about Theresa ‘strong smell of stables’ May is the best you’ll see all day

Maybe Mrs May can’t see the funny side of it.

We laugh because it’s funny and we laugh because it’s true:

Meanwhile the Tory lead in the opinion polls is fast becoming history, as Reuters reports three showing Labour gaining ground.

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7 thoughts on “This Labour video about Theresa ‘strong smell of stables’ May is the best you’ll see all day

  1. Justin

    frightening a tory using big words, strong and stable, still they have a nice ring to them, six letters and easy to say, here’s a couple more bit bigger than six words, so they may struggle with this

    accountable – being held accountable for your actions.

    Responsible – Making a Responsible decision.

    sounds easy enough does it not.

    so what do we have the wca assessment carried out by people who qualifications for the role are dubious and companies who are even more dubious.

    can you see the responsibility and accountability there? I cannot

    did you see the Minister’s in charge of these policies take responsibility and defend themselves in court over the misconduct of these policies. I did not.

    so go Theresa Strong and Stable combined with Accountable and Responsible.

    are you strong enough to take the challenge?

  2. NMac

    Lets see those Tory ratings drop, drop and then plummet until they can go no further down.

  3. Dez

    Bring on the last election prosecutions….NOW. Any one of them would do otherwise the uninformed public would think that the prosecution authorities were playing politics and sitting on the decisions until after the elections. Surely the Crown prosecution is not yet another arm of the Cons Party as well as all the other Government agencies. Something big needs to be bought forward now to really show the public how bent these Cons really are ….before they vote them in again on the back of a Brexit campaign

  4. Roy Beiley

    Having seen Marr’s soft interview with May I am still skepticle that the Establishment of the 1% have yet to throw her to the wolves. Despite her apparently diminishing poll rating the Tories are still adept at dirty tricks campaigns and rely a lot on Labour voters thinking that their votes don’t count. Whether the CPS is an arm of the Tory Party I am not sure of. What I am sure of is that it is not an arm of Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign team.

    1. Justin

      you only have to look at the cps and the Misconduct in public office against two tory Minister’s to see the answer to that, Will anything happen, I would not wait for the paint to dry, you be standing there for a long time

  5. Barry Davies

    Well at least Storng and stable is not going to enhance the damage done by 6 years of camaroons “for hardworking people” did to the disabled incapacitated and unemployed.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      It’s going to make life unendurable for the disabled, incapacitated and unemployed – if we allow it to happen.

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