On Wednesday May 3rd 2017 the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom stood outside 10 Downing Street and spouted crackpot conspiracy theories.
For the previous two weeks she repeated the phrases “strong and stable leadership” and “a good deal for Britain” in response to virtually every question she was asked (even “do you know what a mugwump is?“), so how on earth did it come to this?
How did the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom come to make a speech that was more like an unhinged Daily Mail editorial than the carefully considered approach you’d expect from a strong and stable leader who is facing the most complex and risky set of negotiations in the history of their nation?
How did our “strong and stable leader” lose the plot so badly that she decided to poison the well of EU negotiations before the talks have even…
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