Labour leader has now seen off two Tory Prime Ministers
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has commented on Theresa May’s departure:
The Prime Minister is right to have resigned. She has now accepted what the country has known for months: she cannot govern, and nor can her divided and disintegrating party.
The burning injustices she promised to tackle three years ago are even starker today.
The Conservative Party has utterly failed the country over Brexit and is unable to improve people’s lives or deal with their most pressing needs.
Parliament is deadlocked and the Conservatives offer no solutions to the other major challenges facing our country.
The last thing the country needs is weeks of more Conservative infighting followed by yet another unelected Prime Minister.
Whoever becomes the new Conservative Leader must let the people decide our country’s future, through an immediate general election.
Rightly, Corbyn declined to pay any tribute to a PM who has blighted the lives of millions with an arrogance and detachment that shamed her office.
He has now seen off two Tory PMs, in spite of the efforts of the Labour right to help them oppose him.
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