Barely functioning Maybot clunks into the summer recess | John Crace | Politics | The Guardian

John Crace’s political sketch in the Guardian would be funny if it were not so tragic. He summarizes that the Tory leader reverted to basic default settings at PMQs as her party’s MPs gritted their teeth and waited.

Source: Barely functioning Maybot clunks into the summer recess | John Crace | Politics | The Guardian

Yes, May limps off to parliament’s summer recess – nominally, she’s still PM. But the reality is that the UK is mortally wounded without a political leader.

It’s totally inconceivable that May will last till the Tory conference in the Autumn. It’s time for the Chair of the 1922 Committee to have a quiet word and ask her to resign, in the UK national interest.

Thoughts?

One response

  1. As Dr Alf says it is time for the 1922 Committee to have a quiet word with May or better still her husband.

    As things stand neither May or Davis are taken seriously by Barnier the EU negotiator who has every intention of stalling the negotiations and extracting massive amounts of money from the UK Treasury. May will not survive the Conservative Party conference and the 1922 Committee need to find a young telegenic ,”streetfighting” replacement for May instead of maintaining the pretence that she can remain ,sack disloyal colleagues and carry on.

    If they persist in this illusion Corbyn and his “Red Guards” are ready and the Conservatives and the country are doomed.

    The rot as in Stalin’s statement about fish starts in the head and then moves downwards to afflict the rest of the creature so for everyone’s sake May must go along with the rest of her geriatric and useless Cabinet of also rans.

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