#ResignMrsMay says Jeremy Corbyn in fiery PMQs confrontation over #WindrushGeneration

Beleaguered: Theresa May in Prime Minister’s Questions. How long can she hold on?

As the BBC’s Daily Politics has been tweeting video of the bitter exchange between Jeremy Corbyn and Theresa May over her treatment of the Windrush Generation in Prime Minister’s Questions, I’m going to take a break from commenting and let you watch our racist prime minister sink ever-deeper into a mire of her own making, culminating in Mr Corbyn’s demand for her resignation:

But that wasn’t all the humiliation PMQs had for Mrs May this week – Yvette Cooper stood up and stormed at Mrs May that she should not try to hide behind the Labour Party when she had been warned repeatedly about the damage her racist immigration policy was causing. She said Mrs May should stand behind her words of 2004, when she said ministers should not blame other people for their own mistakes but should take responsibility and resign:

Bear in mind that Mrs May has only made an exception in her racist policy, to allow the Windrush Generation of migrants to live here without being harassed by her government.

The racist policy is still in place.

And that’s why the racist prime minister should resign.


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9 thoughts on “#ResignMrsMay says Jeremy Corbyn in fiery PMQs confrontation over #WindrushGeneration

  1. aunty1960

    IT WONT BE A GAME CHANGER

    Theresa May wont be removed over this, or stand down.

    And who would slip into her shoes? Dont fancy any of them

    and if you think, this is a time for Labour to seize power and win overall at a GE you are missing much change and much misgivings.

    Politics is being split in so many different ways into so many tiny pieces and personalities nobody knows who to believe or who they are voting for.

  2. Stu

    I find it telling where BBC’s Mark D’Arcy’s summary differs from yours.

    I saw what you did and I’m apt to agree more with your observations than his.

  3. aunty1960

    Liam Byrne

    Oh Yes, the one who stood up at Hardest Hit Ralley with 100,000s of seriously ill and disabled people in front of him and said disabled people needed to learn to sufer more as they had had it too easy and Labour was going to be tougher on them and for them not to expect less.

    I am feeling particularly sick of the whole lot and how much it has cost me and how much have suffered and how many have died

    ALL ARE JUST MONEY, NUMBERS AND POINT SCORING whether Windrush, disabled Grenfell Kids bombed in a terrorist attack just all offal for PR pointscoring.

    Labour and Jeremy do not look as if they care, just use it to demand May’s rsignation and get into power. Power and Pointscoring

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      Yes, we all know you have an axe to grind against Labour.
      But if Mr Corbyn gets into Downing Street, you’ll feel the improvement as much as anyone else.
      In the meantime, sniping against Labour encourages others to keep the Tories in, instead.

  4. Roy Beiley

    Theresa May continually gives an answer to a question that Jeremy Corbyn hasn’t asked. Banging on about illegal immigrants when the question was about her creating a hostile envriroment for ALL immigrants is her attempt to twist the reply to include some historical refrences to former Labour Party immigration policies which is intended to signal that both Parties had “”unfair” immigration policies when in Govt. She then brushes aside the fact that the proposed treatment of the Windrush generation has forced this issue into political focus and tries to say that “we are going to give the Windrush people back their rights so what’s the problem” when it was she who took them away unjustly in the first place. Disgusting and shameful. I bet she didn’t like the cries of “resign” coming from somewhere in the Chamber.

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      And now the Tories are trying to say Labour is wrong to run illegal immigration together with the Windrush issue!
      Bare-faced cheek.

  5. Rik

    18show all

    During Monday’s service Mrs May gave a scripture reading and Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn read an extract from Nelson Mandela’s Long Walk To Freedom.

    Mrs May added: “For the past 25 years, Doreen and Neville have fought heroically to ensure that their son’s life and death will never be forgotten.

    I’d like to also remember the thousands upon thousands of poor souls who have lost their lives due to our evil austerity.. so I make it clear please forgive this Government of any wrong doings but remember we need a strong and stable economy….

    (this bit I made up)

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