Jeremy Corbyn wiped the floor with Theresa May during today’s Prime Minister’s questions (PMQs) as he grilled her over her hopelessness on Brexit issues. So much so, that the Deputy Speaker accidentally called him ‘Prime Minister’ and even HuffPost’s Paul Waugh couldn’t help but agree:
Corbyn won #PMQs by
6-0. May was left gasping like a stranded goldfish, her mouth moving but no answers emerging.
She needs to find Cabinet unity on postBrexit customs – and fast.
— Paul Waugh (@paulwaugh) May 9, 2018
But the BBC is normally accused, with justification, of being impregnable when it comes to presenting May’s PMQs defeats as, at worst, a draw – and of covering for even the worst Tory disasters.
However, May’s performance today was so dire – and her vacuousness so obvious – that the proverbial hell froze over during the BBC News review of the session during its 1pm broadcast:
When even the BBC can’t deny that Theresa May is an answer-free ‘shambles’, you know that May is as woeful, weak and wobbly as Labour supporters have been saying all along. And not just May – her whole party that is using her as its human shield for its hopelessness.
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