FUMING Question Time Audience Member: May’s Government A ‘Car Crash’


This week’s episode of Question Time saw a furious member of the audience tell Mrs May exactly what he thought of her leadership. You can watch the clip below.

 

Mark Emmary (apologies if incorrect¬†spelling) says: “It’s like watching an ongoing car crash at the moment.”

“We’ve got a party in government that’s weak and a party outside of government that’s strong”.

It comes after a disasterous speech by Prime Minister Theresa May, who had a coughing fit, was handed a P45 notice and had the stage literally fall apart behind her.

Looks like the future isn’t going May’s way!

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2 Responses

  1. Harry Merrick says:

    These comments blackening Mrs. May do seem to come from the Labour left, or at least the most ignorant. The speech May gave was excellent I thought! May was quite obviously suffering from a heavy cold, which caused her to have a big problem coughing. I am sure that this wasn’t deliberate! I thought that she was very plucky to fight on through a disastrous moment. The idiot who handed her a P45 was just stupid, and shouldn’t have got past the front door. NOT Mrs. May’s fault at all, but that of her security people who obviously hadn’t bothered to check properly or to make sure he couldn’t get close to May! What if he had acid? Or tried to knife her? Disgraceful incompetence on the part of security. As for the Letters falling off the wall, was that a coincidence, or also a jape stage managed by some malcontent? Seems quite likely. Finally, the press and media, as per usual, thoroughly disgraced themselves by deliberately kicking Mrs. May when she was down, at her most vulnerable, as have some Conservative back benchers for there own devious agenda! Bullying, in other words! I admire Mrs. May for sticking to her guns over Brexit, when obviously she voted remain. The democratic vote was won to leave the EU, so lets all get on with it. We should be out of the EU completely, out of the Customs Union and out of the Single Market and away from the European Courts of Justice as well! No more dilly dallying and secret meetings with Hezeltine and others, just to go! We are all well able to make a far better job outside the EU than in it.

  1. 12:08 am, October 6, 2017

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