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Theresa may our worst PM in History? Watch

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    I'm not sure there aas a single fact in that post, unintelligent con once again showing themselves up as an unintelligent con.
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    I'm kind of glad we have her as PM. David Cameron despite being obnoxious for many with his eton cronies did have showmanship skills that gave him decent ratings no matter what they were doing, Theresa May despite her first PMQ doesn't seem to be a good speaker and even seems outright bitter and spiteful in her remarks. I predict as things move on she will become less and less popular.
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    Intelligent con - recent events prove you were right
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    Definitely one of the worst PM's in my books.
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    Anthony Eden holds the crown for now.
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    Can't tell if the first page of replies are satire or not.
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    I can now only conclude Theresa May has autism.

    This is not a bad thing. Actually it's a great thing for a Prime Minister to have.

    People should stop expecting her to be compassionate - she's a logical problem solver.
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    She was crap as Home Secretary so was never going to be that great as a PM.
    As for worst in history - probably, partly her fault partly the situation.
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    (Original post by jadey.tw)
    She was crap as Home Secretary so was never going to be that great as a PM.
    As for worst in history - probably, partly her fault partly the situation.
    Crap HS on what grounds?

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