May bids farewell – can’t she just clear off?

Theresa May: Good riddance.

Don’t you hate all this false reverence toward someone who has been a complete failure.

Theresa May has wasted three years of our lives. Can’t she just go?

That’s really all I have to say about her. I don’t expect to have to write anything more about her and certainly won’t report on her farewell speech.

The best we can expect from that is that she manages to get through it without choking.

Theresa May has faced MPs’ questions for the final time before Boris Johnson becomes prime minister.

Later, she will deliver a farewell speech in Downing Street before Mr Johnson takes power.

Source: Boris Johnson: May bidding farewell before new PM takes office – BBC News

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10 thoughts on “May bids farewell – can’t she just clear off?

  1. timfrom

    “The best we can expect from that is that she manages to get through it without choking”.

    I was looking forward to the choking bit, actually!

    Shame Corbyn had no kiss-off/put-down/epitaph for her. But PMQs has never been his forte, has it?

    1. Mike Sivier Post author

      You think not? Then how come he’ll be doing it next time, and she won’t?

      1. timfrom

        Because his malcontents haven’t managed to topple him…yet.

        Whilst remaining in post isn’t conditional upon good performances at PMQs, it doesn’t half help!

  2. Vanda

    A failed politician. She has no achievements to speak of in her time as PM and at the Home Office. Her disastrous administration has succeeded only in bringing this country to its knees. I am so glad to see the back of this awful, nasty woman – the woman who created the Hostile Environment which wrecked so many innocent lives, and who stole millions of pounds of hard-earned pension from other women of her own generation.

    As for the constant stream of abuse and insults directed at Corbyn each week in PMQs, Corbyn (as always) just rose above it all with a wry smile. After all, he’s the one who’s still there, leading his party. She and that other loser, Cameron, will soon be long gone and forgotten. That’s not a fate Corbyn will succumb to. He’s seen them both off, and no doubt will see off Johnson too. His smile at her tantrums each week says it all for me – hurl abuse all you like, lady, because you have nothing of value to say. We all KNOW who is on the right side of history.

  3. Rik

    Yeah I watched her live on PMQ
    ghastly woman. .,. reminded me of Despicable Me All hunched up & Fagin like
    truly ghastly . . .
    Good riddance to it!
    Now the battle is afoot

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