Frankie Boyle’s ‘Theresa May’ monologue taps into the mood of the nation [STRONG LANGUAGE]


This speaks for itself:

How long must we wait for her to tumble onto the rocks?

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2 thoughts on “Frankie Boyle’s ‘Theresa May’ monologue taps into the mood of the nation [STRONG LANGUAGE]

  1. Dez

    For a vicars daughter she must have been locked in her room for most of her development as she certainly has not picked up many Christian traints. I think she has no choice and is not being allowed to retire, retreat or do a runner like Camoron.
    She was elected by her poisonous cohorts, without the nuisance of a rank ‘n file vote,
    As she agreed to lead she has to see it through and stand by her decision to clear up her own mess. The Cons have totally no choice JC is sitting there waiting, drumming his fingers, awaiting the inenivitable victory….she has to stay they cannot afford to lose another election. Besides Hunt has to sell and privatise the NHS in whatever time the Cons have left. I cannot recall if she has finally closed the deal
    with the DUP or if they are still kickin seven shades out of her for even more money and power grab. Not much point having Brexit if the Irish leverage is going to take all the money saved bailing the bankers mess out and any likely Brexit savings. An update on how much they are screwing for to bail her out would be good I would sooner have no deal than a bad deal….and lets get on with another election. They cannot even govern and agree amongst themselves in N.Ireland what are they going to be like awash with cash as well……

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