Two Tory Prime Minsters have told Labour leader ‘Go’. He has outlasted them both and showed why in Theresa May’s final PMQs
Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn saw off his second Tory PM in style this afternoon as Theresa May conducted her final ‘Prime Minister’s Questions’ session with yet another demonstration of why it isn’t called ‘Prime Minister’s Answers’.
After a more generous farewell than May remotely merits, Corbyn laid out a grim list of the damage she and her party have done to this country and especially to its most vulnerable citizens.
Even this list, unavoidably, had to leave out more than it included – so great and severe is the harm. But it made clear why the UK so desperately needs Labour in government and how little May will be missed as yet another Tory face takes over where she left off with no respite for the millions suffering misery:
True to form, May took no responsibility for the suffering she has caused, claiming to be ‘proud of every policy’ she had introduced.
The victims of Universal Credit and the Windrush racism scandal among others must have been delighted to hear it.
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