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This afternoon.

David Cameron announces that Theresa May will become Britain’s new Prime Minister on Wednesday.

Meanwhile….

Alex Campbell tweetz:

David Cameron humming to himself and saying “right…good” after announcing he’ll step aside on Wednesday.

Cameron will resign on Wednesday, handing the keys to No 10 to May – Politics live (The Guardian)

Previously: I Want To Spend More Time With My Family

18 thoughts on “May Day

  1. Owen

    Hospital pass of a country to May.

    Exit door right.

    Wait 5yrs.

    “Me? Noooo! Brexit was all May, remember?? I’m totally clear on that one.”

  2. MoyestWithExcitement

    She can get those vans she had touring the country telling immigrants to go home to give the EU immigramts she wants to use as leverage lifts to the airport.

      1. MoyestWithExcitement

        That’s nice. Nothing to do with what I said but I guess that’s why everyone knows you as the King Troll of Broadsheet.

  3. Mulder

    Cameron can not wait to get the eff out of there.
    The poison chalice, true, one and only original.
    May has some balls to take that on.
    By end of her tenure she may well have grown an original pair.

  4. rotide

    He must be delighted, Don’t blame him in the slightest either. The people made a bad decision and he doesn’t want to put up with having to see it through.

    1. some old queen

      A bad decision that some are already regretting now that the dust has settled. I sometimes wonder what motivates Tory politicians to take on top jobs as they are already usually very wealthy beforehand.

      This referendum has divided people within the UK like nothing before. The Leave campaign played on base prejudice then left the stage because when they had no idea what to do next.

      Once thing is for certain. There will be no new Thatcherism in Ireland.

    2. Formerly known as @ireland.com

      @rotide

      I blame Cameron for coming up with the referendum as an trick to get a big majority at the last election. He needed to make sure that the referendum failed. He didn’t.

    3. Owen

      @rotide

      Brexit is all Camerons doing. He proposed the vote to try unit the party and he promised it in his campaign. He used the vote in his own party agenda and it backfired. He did not expect the result so he is putting his tail between his legs and running. I blame him, and the Tories, heavily.

      I blame the elderly and uneducated English and Farage too. But DC takes a good portion of the blame first.

      1. mildred st. meadowlark

        Precisely this. Cameron made a gamble on this to win votes and it backfired on him massively. He’s like a toddler who doesn’t want to clean up the mess he made. What a manky little worm.

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