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Some might say This Site uses this image too much, but it amply demonstrates Mrs May’s lack of empathy with other human beings – even children [Image: Getty].

The rest of the Tory Party might be ganging up on Theresa May, but that doesn’t mean she should remain as prime minister. She should go, not because her own people are pushing her, but because she won’t meet the people of the UK unless she is pushed.

Consider her reaction to the Manchester bombing. Has she bothered to meet relatives of the people who were murdered? No:

What about her public relations skills after the Grenfell Tower fire?

She simply doesn’t want to know.

And if she doesn’t care about us, there’s no reason we should care about her.

Today (October 6), Mrs May told us she would continue as leader because the members of her Cabinet support her. But how long can she continue when nobody else does?

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