The 2004 Theresa May in opposition has a message for the 2018 Theresa May in government: ‘step up, take responsibility, stop blaming others – and resign‘.
In a remarkable twist of fate, May appeared on BBC Question Time when she was the Shadow Minister for Transport and the Environment in opposition, to tell then Immigration Minister Beverley Hughes that she should resign.
Over an immigration fiasco.
2004-May, she said, found it ‘extraordinary‘ that ministers had no idea what was happening in their departments – yet refused to resign.
Yet as Home Secretary and now Prime Minister, she has overseen exactly that situation – and on exactly the same topic: immigration.
Watch and share the 2004 May telling the current version exactly what she should be doing:
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