May’s blame-dodging didn’t go down well…
Theresa May attempted to blame MPs for her and her party’s Brexit incompetence today in a staggeringly ill-judged attempt to present herself as on the side of the people. “I’d have gotten away with it if it wasn’t for you pesky kids”, basically.
But it received the reception it deserved, with uproar and repeated shouts for her resignation – and demands to know “When are you going?”:
Even the BBC couldn’t hide the utter bankruptcy of the blame-dodging, with Norman Smith telling Tory MP Rachel Maclean on the BBC News channel after the session:
But isn’t the brutal truth, a large part of the problem with Brexit is Mrs May? It’s her deal, it’s her divided party, it’s her red lines – it’s her leadership. She, perhaps, is the issue – not Parliament.
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