Theresa May’s fate is to no longer be in office or power as the Prime Minister’s grip slips before our very eyes.
Bluster and obstinacy are no longer effective when Labour’s scenting blood and Tory MPs prepare to vote against her Brexit plan.
May going wouldn’t solve Britain’s problems or give hope to millions deserving a better deal after years of Tory austerity.
Brexit too is an almighty issue in a badly-divided country that wouldn’t vanish with May should she be elbowed out of Downing Street after losing a crucial vote in Parliament.
We would mourn her victims, not May.
Decent folk struggling after their incomes were squeezed by Tory austerity.
Families forced to turn to foodbanks when holes were punched into the welfare state.
The sick waiting for operations from an ailing NHS.
Whenever May goes, history will judge her dishonesty, incompetence and indifference.
It is beyond mean for Prince Harry’s wife’s father to criticise former Captain Wales for a youthful indiscretion of going to a fancy dress party in a Nazi uniform.
Somebody needs to tell bitter Thomas Markle to stop sniping at daughter Meghan and her husband, who served in the Army for 10 years and did two tours of Afghanistan.
Because every ill-conceived outburst makes it harder for the couple to trust him.
Even the most ardent Republican will soon wonder why they would wish to speak to, or visit, a clearly brooding man who regularly opens his mouth only to put a foot in it.
Harry married Meghan, not her family, and that angry lot should stop creating heartache for the mum-to-be.
Holly good TV
I’m a Celebrity rekindled its jungle magic with tonight’s final crowning a glorious 2018 series.
Holly Willoughby partnering Dec proved a masterstroke and the stomach-churning Bushtucker Trials remain the tastiest dish on TV.
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