May Shows Rishi How to Achieve Financial Growth

While times may be tough for most up and down the country, things are going rather better for Theresa May. She’s somehow managed to reinvent herself to the point the ConservativeHome members’ panel ranked fourth in the “2022 Backbencher of the Year” survey – being pipped by just Lee Anderson, Boris Johnson and Jacob Rees-Mogg – partly thanks to her being surprisingly sound on Covid restrictions during the pandemic. She received just six fewer votes than Boris…

Economically she’s doing alright for herself too. While Boris might have managed to earn over £1 million in speech fees since leaving office, according to her office’s accounts published on Companies House this morning, she too has passed the £1 million mark.

As of March 31, 2022, the Office of Theresa May Ltd had jumped the million quid threshold, holding £1,359,757 in cash assets. The financial statements put equity at £1,186,895 – up £338,680 on the previous financial year. A one-year growth of 40% – Rishi can only dream…

She’s also doing her bit for the employment statistics, as the average monthly number of employees doubled from two to four. Every little helps in this economy…

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Caption Contest (Ghost of Christmas Past Edition)

Entries in the comments…

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Theresa May Wipes the Floor with Piers Morgan

Every winner at last night’s Spectator Parliamentarian awards gave a decent speech, though Guido tips his hat to Theresa May for bringing the house down with this one. No wonder she was up there to accept the award for “Speech of the Year”.

“Piers told the story of having spoken to me for 20 minutes at a Spectator party, gone home, and said he couldn’t remember a single thing I had told him. I don’t know if it’s any consolation, Piers, but I couldn’t remember a single thing you asked me… indeed I don’t remember speaking to you at all. 

Of course that hasn’t stopped him from constantly asking me to do an interview. But I guess that’s just because it’s hard to get guests on TalkTV.”

Ambulance for Piers…

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WATCH: The Downing Street Dance-Off

Who did it best? For Guido’s money, it’ll be tough to beat the Dancing Queen. As always, it’s up to the co-conspirators…

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Chris Mason Forgot the Prime Minister’s Name Too…

First Fraser Nelson, then Lee Anderson, now Chris Mason. This is starting to become the new “Jeremy ‘unt”…

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Fraser Nelson Forgot the Prime Minister’s Name

Sometimes it’s hard to wake up properly before your 9 a.m, coffee. It’s even harder when you’re the Spectator’s editor, appearing on the Today Programme, the morning after your magazine hosted its famously boozy conference party. To be fair to Fraser, Lee Anderson did the same thing several hours later. PMs come and go, like Guido’s editor, the Spectator’s editor is on his sixth PM

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