Matthew Steeples presents Theresa May for what she actually is: the modern day Lady Macbeth
Baked beans and Welsh whisky: It about sums the woman up. That woman? Theresa May.
This incompetent yet brighter than one might imagine deviant ate and drank just such in Downing Street on what frankly was her worst day in office yet (with her ‘Garden Gnome-like’ hubby, Philip ‘Her Paul Burrell’) and then went home to Maidenhead do “boys and girls jobs” (as you do). They put on the washing (according to what she told to the sycophantic rag that was placed strategically on her desk in the , the Daily Mail). Do you believe a single word of that? I certainly don’t.
Mrs May, now facing a tempestuous revolt of epic proportions, is a creature on borrowed time. She was the very worst Home Secretary in history – don’t forget the closed fire and police stations and don’t forget all her falsehoods about stopping immigration – but she and her husband have profited immensely. The public continually bang on about the mendacious Blair family but they forget that Philip May is on the board of a company with connections to the likes of G4S Security (for a start).
Theresa May is a woman with a moral compass that isn’t exactly that of the vicar’s daughter that she is presented as. Here is a woman who is actually just the modern day Lady Macbeth. All we need now is the Thane of Cawdor to appear; it’s really just like the original series of House of Cards (but worse). Watch out for our very own Elizabeth Urquhart’s final moment.
Brought to you by a well-known brand of baked beans and a lesser known brand of Welsh whisky.
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Mrs May’s falsehood over stopping immigration resulted in her £18,600 threshold on income for respectable married people to live in the UK and being united with their British partners. You might not know about the Surinder Singh route that meant people have to go and live in the EU for a time and then return as EU citizens under freedom of movement bringing their partners with them. This circumvents all Immigration Rules. Disgraceful. Heinz are a US food company and one fear is that EU standards will be substituted for lower US ones. The UK’s Food Standards Agency found Heinz canned baked beans was one of a number of well-known canned products to be contaminated with the hormone disruptor bisphenol A (BPA). Truly time she was put out to graze.
Yes, agree with all that, time for her to go, and the Beans and Whiskey suppers, oh please, I would hate to be under the doona cover in that bed.