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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