Here’s why Theresa May must go: She doesn’t care about people

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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3 thoughts on “Here’s why Theresa May must go: She doesn’t care about people

  1. Zippi

    None of the Tories does! She should only go if she takes her government with her. Incompetence and ineptitude personifièd! The whole lot of them are a disgrace. I have never witnessed such a pitiful government. Never mind being an embarrassment on the international stage, we are an embarrassment at home!
    The Tories have never cared about people, ever, only what they can get from them. Get rid of Theresa May an you’ll get another Tory who might be even worse! £et her stay and bring her won government down. If, I repeat IF the people have any sense, they will get rid of this government and the keep the Tories out for generations! The sad and sorry truth is that people, many people who will be harmed by Tory policies vote for them and continue to do so, time and again.
    Furthermore, we have a generation of people who don’t remember the evil that was visited upon this country by the last Tory government and know only the Tory lies about £abour PRIOR to that evil and swallowing it hook, line and sinker, not to mention the fact that the last £abour government wraught financial mayhem accross the entire globe! The Tories are our only saviours! Aye, ’tis poppycock but many, many, many people believe it!

  2. krazyklaws

    Her bunker mentality won’t save her or her toxic party. The country has had enough of their hypocrisy, lies, psychopathy and austerity, possibly the worse solution to a financial crisis unless of course your overall plan is to exterminate as many of the ‘scroungers & malingers’ you label as undeserving of financial support.

    Austerity, the doomed and historically dumb and blunt tool, has tripped the national debt, left people poorer apart from bankers and Premier League players, cause immense and unnecessarily harsh suffering.

    Tories still slavishly devoted to their heroine, whose encased in ice in a specially created circle of Hell reserved for her and soon to be brown bread IDS. Their slavish devotion is equivalent to the North Korea Cult of Personality worship of their former leaders..

    It’s game over for the Nasty party, May’s comical appearance earlier this week in Manchester truly was a physical metaphor for the crumbling and humiliation of themselves.

    Thank God for Jeremy Corbyn and a left wing Labour Party.

  3. NMac

    Over ambitious. Over promoted. Unaware of her severe limitations but, most importantly of all, just another thoroughly dishonest and corrupt Tory.

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