She’s a danger to the prosperity of the UK – and she is the country’s prime minister.
What a nightmare.
It doesn’t matter how many times Theresa May mentions her fake, engineered employment boom; we all know that she is keeping people out of the country who are needed to improve our services – and competitiveness.
There is no rational explanation for this behaviour. One must therefore turn to the irrational – or material that is not to be taken seriously.
So I would like to suggest that Mrs May is a fan of Richard Molesworth, the star of Geoffrey Willans and Ronald Searle’s Molesworth books – and believes what the character said about foreigners in Down With Skool!:
“(a) the rusians are roters.
“(b) americans are swankpots.
“(c) the french are slack.
“(d) the germans are unspeakable.
“(e) the rest are as bad if not worse than the above.
“(f) the british are brave super and noble cheers cheers cheers.”
If I am right – and I believe I may be – then this would explain much of Mrs May’s behaviour.
Theresa May has been plunged into a fresh immigration scandal after 6,000 skilled workers were barred from Britain.
Scientists, medics, engineers and other vital workers from outside the EU were all denied work visas.
The Campaign for Science and Engineering obtained the bombshell data from the Home Office under freedom of information rules.
The revelation piled fresh pressure on the Prime Minister, who was Home Secretary before she landed the job in Downing Street.
The data showed that more than 6,000 requests for Tier 2 visas – for skilled workers from outside the EU – were rejected in the four months to March.
They included 1,518 for doctor roles, 1,226 for IT and technology, 392 for engineering, 361 for other health professionals and 197 for teaching.