May-Day

Theresa May’s speech went down like a cup of cold sick at the Telegraph:

“awful, ugly, misleading, cynical and irresponsible”

And not much better at the Spectator:

“A Home Secretary basing her pitch to lead her party on a stale and noxious concoction of tawdry nativism”

This was the response from the Institute of Directors:

“We are astonished by the irresponsible rhetoric and pandering to anti-immigration sentiment from the Home Secretary. It is yet another example of the Home Secretary turning away the world’s best and brightest, putting internal party politics ahead of the country”

While Fraser Nelson asks:

“What on earth is Theresa May playing at?”

Sell Theresa, buy Boris…


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