When Theresa May stood in front of 10 Downing Street yesterday, it was as if she had had no part whatsoever in calling the General Election.
This is the speech she should have made:
I have just been to see Her Majesty the Queen. We discussed the state of our country in the wake of the outcome of the General Election. We agreed that today the country appears more divided than ever – between young and old, between north and south, between rich and poor. I admitted that the General Election had only widened those divisions.
Calling the General Election was, in hindsight, a mistake. Eight…
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