Theresa May accused of dishonesty over ‘dementia tax’ U-turn amid campaign disarray | The Independent

The Independent reports that a rattled Theresa May is facing damaging accusations of dishonesty after her humiliating U-turn on “dementia tax” left the Conservative election campaign in disarray.

Theresa May accused of dishonesty over ‘dementia tax’ U-turn amid campaign disarray | The Independent

The team that have been responsible for the fiasco over the ‘dementia tax’ are also going to negotiate ‘Brexit‘. Theresa May’s campaign has been simplistic, repeatedly echoing the same bland language and asking for the public to trust her judgement with Brexit. Now May is looking dishonest.

May still looks set to win but I wouldn’t bet on the size of her majority.

From the moment that May called the election, it was obvious that she risked a major wobble.

When May’s reelected, we can expect a few wobbles in the financial markets because she’ll constantly be firefighting.

The best hope is a major cabinet reshuffle after the election, promoting those with sound political and negotiating skills. May’s presidential style of leadership is weakening the UK.

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The Guardian view on the social care debacle: weak and wobbly | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian

The Guardian editorial suggests that Theresa May shows signs of being weak and wobbly based on her u-turn on the social care debacle.

The Guardian view on the social care debacle: weak and wobbly | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian

With May so weak and wobbly, let’s hope she strengthens her Cabinet ahead of the Brexit negotiations or else there’s going to be a mighty Sterling wobble too, assuming she wins the election.

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