Theresa May sticks to her ‘red lines’. Is she having some kind of breakdown?

There’s definitely a communications breakdown going on. I think Mrs May could have suffered a form of nervous breakdown too.

I mean, her actions hardly seem rational, do they?

Here‘s the Torygraph telling us that, after her cross-party talks (she talked; everyone else was supposed to listen), she has changed not one single part of her Brexit plan, not one single line of her deal:

“Theresa May has left European diplomats in a state of “disbelief” following a series of phone calls to EU leaders in which she made no change to her demands despite her Brexit plan being voted down by a 230-vote margin this week.

“Senior EU diplomatic sources said that Mrs May’s unchanged stance was ‘greeted with incredulity’ following a call with the German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Thursday night.

“’It was the same old story – the same set of demands – all unchanged despite the defeat,’ said the source with knowledge of the calls.

“Mrs May is understood to have repeated the same performance in conversations with the French president Emmanuel Macron [and others including the Dutch prime minister].”

Inevitably, the media are still trying to sell us a lie that Jeremy Corbyn is the intransigent one.

Watch the following Channel 4 News interview in which Keir Starmer makes it clear that there’s no point in Jeremy Corbyn meeting Mrs May unless she relaxes her “red lines”, and Cathy Newman still accuses him of being the block – repeatedly and nonsensically:

Clearly someone is living in a fantasy world – and it isn’t Mr Starmer. It isn’t Mr Corbyn either.

So I’m starting to wonder if the image at the top of this article isn’t an accurate impression of what might happen at the next meeting between Mrs May and the Queen.

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8 thoughts on “Theresa May sticks to her ‘red lines’. Is she having some kind of breakdown?

  1. Stu

    It my be stating the obvious but wasn’t the statement attributed to Enistein –
    “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing repeatedly and expecting a different result” ?

  2. Meryl Davids

    I’ve no doubt the Eu are amazed that the deal she colluded with them to lock us into the Eu hasn’t changed they must be rubbing their hands in glee.

  3. Rik

    mrs May please one gives a damn for your so-called Brexit mayhem. . . I think your

    soylent Green . . factor will go up in thousands x😇keva few years. . .

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