Tuesday, October 19, 2021

A Bitter Future

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Home Secretary Theresa May creates A Bitter Future

 

The image we shared of the Flying Scotsman train with an unfortunately captioned poster of Alex Salmond was very popular. Now, this year’s Conservative Party conference has produced one that is nearly as good.

 

The prospect of yet more Theresa May is most definitely "A Bitter Future"
The prospect of yet more Theresa May is most definitely “A Bitter Future”

The image of Theresa May under the Conservative’s conference tagline – “A Better Future” – has been spectacularly ruined by one of Britain’s worst Home Secretary’s ever. In it, Mrs May’s waving hand obscures most of the first “E” and rather unfortunately changes it into an “I”.

 

Theresa May’s “Bitter Future” simply had to be our Picture of the Week. If she stays in office, we’re all certainly in for just that.

 

 

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