IN my mind, there is no doubt – Theresa May has to go. It is not her fault. Like a has-been Caesar, she has passed her sell-by date and the Ides of March are well and truly here.
Around her, knives are drawn as she limps on, coughing her way to resignation, which, for the good of the country should be very soon.
Her performance at the Conservative conference last week sealed her fate. When the people were looking for strong leadership all they got was a Python-esque “sorry”.
‘What the current crop of Tories lack in stature they make up for in stupidity’
DON’T tell me. I know. You are absolutely fed up with our politicians/
Unfortunately, things won’t get better after the party conferences, writes Bernard Ingham.
So, where do we go from here? Let us take stock.
Three of our parties – the Nationalists, SNP, Sinn Fein and Plaid Cymru – want to dismantle the United Kingdom. I include Plaid Cymru because Welsh independence would become irresistible to them if Scotland and the Irish got it.
The Liberal Democrats are reduced to a worsening joke by former leader, Nick Clegg, so besotted with Europe that he now recommends that Lib Dems join Labour or the Tories to try to kill Brexit.