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Theresa May - Dead woman walking?

Rootshallbloke

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The old adage of keeping your friends close and your enemies closer appears to have finally backfired for Theresa May where Boris Johnson is concerned. I don't pay anywhere near as much attention to politics as I used to, but it does look as if Theresa has lost a lot of confidence and respect since the election fiasco where she was going to win by a landslide. Now she doesn't appear to be able to control the jokers in her deck, and I do wonder whether she will make it to the next election. On current performance it is looking more and more unlikely.

Mrs RHB saw her a bit of her Canada visit on the news last night and commented that she looks at her most comfortable when she is doing ceremonial stuff with designer clothes and well styled hair. Tellingly, she didn't have any comment on May's political capability, and now I think of it, neither do I. Maybe a good Brexit result for her may save the day.
 
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