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Venom: This is NOT how the scene played out but from the look on Mrs May’s face, you can imagine her leaping across, burying her fangs deep in the interviewer’s fleshy parts and emptying her poison sacs.

Poisonous prime minister Theresa May launched herself into a tantrum at 40,000 feet during a plane flight to the G20 summit, when some poor soul asked whether she would resign if her fudged withdrawal deal fails to win the support of MPs.

Clearly the matter has been preying on the PMs mind because she couldn’t keep her cool.

According to the Mirror, Mrs May had a “mid-air meltdown”, the most lucid part of which went as follows: “Look, I have been asked these sorts of questions before.”

In that case, she should be used to them and they shouldn’t upset her, right?

“I am tempted to think that actually the price of coming on one of these trips is asking questions about my future, because they come up every time – and my answers aren’t going to change.”

The problem is, her answers don’t make any sense. The report states that she was “refusing to rule out resigning”, which means the didn’t say she’d stay and didn’t say she’d go.

In other words, it was another fudge:

Perhaps Mrs May had seen Tracey Ullman’s parody before taking her flight.

But will her Brexit fudge be enough to keep Mrs May in her job?

The smart money says, “No.”

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