Former Conservative Chancellor George Osborne, now editor of the London Evening Standard, calls Theresa May “dead woman walking”.
Theresa May gambled and lost. That nice man Boris Johnson, the Foreign Secretary, is already on maneuvers. It would be good to have May’s successor in place by the Party Conference in October and President Trump’s eagerly awaited State Visit.
That’s how one long-established backbench Conservative MP summed up the unnecessary snap election called by Theresa May which has left the UK almost ungovernable at a key moment in its history.
Have false flags been so thoroughly exposed that they no longer work? That is the lesson of yesterday’s British elections…
Theresa May has been made a fool by the British voter!!!
Calling this election was a mistake. Theresa May had a working majority.
Everybody, even CNN, is saying “false flag” in response to the Manchester tragedy.
The working people are dependent upon production, trade and manufacturing. They know that it is the capitalists, the bankers and the mammonites and not the union leaders who put bread and butter on their tables. This is why they vote for Trump, Macron and May.
The anti-Semitism tactic raised by ideologues ceases to enjoy its political status when it is put under the lens of logic and reason.
If the British government is concerned about antisemitism, It must immediately strip Jewish organisations of any special treatment and funds!
An ex-KGB chief suspected of helping the former MI6 spy Christopher Steele to compile his dossier on Donald Trump may have been murdered by the Kremlin and his death covered up.
Jonas E. Alexis–Theresa May seems to understand that perpetual wars will inevitably lead to the decline of the West. And let’s be clear: no one can keep up with the monetary cost of perpetual wars.
It was Britain rather than the USA that had been pulling the strings behind the anti Israel Security Council resolution.
This is still a Christian country, as your colleague David Cameron reminded us not so long ago. But you wouldn’t think so when non-Christian creeds are given exceptional protection and privileges to smooth their ruffled feathers.
The big difference lies in the enthusiasm of Trumpy’s supporters. Hillary is not generating the same level of interest.
Jim W. Dean – Theresa May is, and will be, an interesting story, not only for her successful political path in an Englishman’s world, but for taking over the ship of state during its trip through uncharted post-Brexit waters.
If Theresa May is not worse than a psychopath, then psychopaths do not exist.