Theresa May asked for help – here are some of the public’s kind suggestions

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You knew this wouldn’t go well for the minority prime minister, didn’t you?

Today, Theresa May relaunched herself for the umpteenth time, with a call for all parties to come together and help form policies for the post-Brexit future.

Many parties have obliged – but most, if not all, of them have been from outside Parliament, and the medium they chose was Twitter.

The result was – well, see for yourself.

It seems unlikely that Mrs May will take up much of this advice.

https://twitter.com/hehlon/status/884864776299581441

https://twitter.com/gemct24/status/884819851306557440

https://twitter.com/MammaSnarf/status/884832594801696769

https://twitter.com/charlatan66/status/884841510537224192

https://twitter.com/lockwoodnick1/status/884842323938598913

https://twitter.com/ClairelyCrazy/status/884858540384497664

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3 thoughts on “Theresa May asked for help – here are some of the public’s kind suggestions

  1. NMac

    After years of hurling nasty sneering insults at Jeremy Corbyn this thoroughly dishonest and corrupt woman now wants his help. She obviously has absolutely no conscience or sense of shame and, what is more sinister, she is probably looking for someone to blame for the mess she and her nasties have plunged the nation. If it were not so tragic for the nation it would be hilarious.

  2. Zippi

    I have said, may times, shame is an antiquated concept that needs to be reinstated! If we stopped rewarding people for f***-ups, we might not be in this mess.

  3. katythenightowl

    I truly believe May called the election in the hopes of actually losing, so she could blame Jeremy Corbyn for the mess of Brexit – so when the tories scraped by, they hadn’t a clue what to do about it all! Lol

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