A party in flames and why it must be Theresa for leader | Editorial – Daily Mail Online

This is an excellent, must-read editorial by the Daily Mail. The Mail believes that among the five candidates vying to succeed David Cameron, the only Mrs May has the right qualities, the stature and experience to unite both her party and the country.

Source: DAILY MAIL COMMENT: A party in flames and why it must be Theresa for leader  | Daily Mail Online

I endorse the Mail’s editorial. As a passionate one-nation conservative, I believe that Theresa May has the qualities to heal both party and country, as well deal effectively Europe. It’s time to get away from privilege and public school pranks. It would be good if Theresa May can find places for Gove and Johnson. She has already signaled a less austere economic policy so financial markets will worry about the next Chancellor of the Exchequer. – perhaps Andrea Leadsom?


2 responses

  1. Of the candidates available it probably has to be her, although I would have preferred a different candidate. Relations with China and the police have to be rebuilt along with our defences, export readiness and energy/food security so that we can accommodate existing and future migrant flows.

    Whether she has the ability for hard-nosed negotiating, or the stamina for all night sessions with Eurocrats, is questionable as she is a full blown diabetic who has to inject.

    Some of her coldness can be removed by media training and intensive NLP but despite her experience I have trouble envisaging her dealing sensibly with Hillary Clinton, Xi Jin Ping, Erdogan or Vladimir Putin but less trouble with Mrs Merkel, Hollande and Tusk.

    That said, like Dr Alf, I will have to hope that she can grow into the job. But as Dr Alf says, ‘she’s a safe pair of hands, capable of united party, country and dealing with European allies’.

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