We ask the question: Is May losing it?
Contrast her demeanour on the days she took office and this past week.
Two speeches on the doorstep of number ten. One, a florid exposition of her vision for a new Britain at peace with itself and working towards healing the deficiencies of domestic government that had left so many by the wayside. Then came last week. A bug-eyed furious attack on enemies at our gates, a threat to our democracy from dark forces within the EU and every impression that far from a constructive an ordered exit, we are now heading into a head-on clash of personalities with our nearest neighbours.
Strong and stable? I don't bloody think so.
This week's newspaper asks the question we believe many people would have had in mind as they watched Theresa May's mask slip:
Is she losing it?
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- 1 Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid reject Boris Johnson's coronavirus claim
- 2 Sky News presenter says Boris Johnson is 'gaslighting the nation' over Covid claims
- 3 Nigel Farage reminded of claim that 'acid test of Brexit' surrounds fishing after clip resurfaces
- 4 Home Office launches voluntary repatriation scheme for EU nationals
- 5 PMQs: Boris Johnson calls for apology from Keir Starmer over coronavirus stances
- 6 Pro-Brexit fishing campaigner says Boris Johnson's deal has left her with 'no fish'
- 7 Brussels politician says Boris Johnson should 'pay for EU workers to stay' in UK
- 8 Jeremy Corbyn loses bid to release Labour documents ahead of High Court battle
- 9 Boris Johnson is the 'worst PM' and should resign, says Alastair Campbell
- 10 European parliament agrees to add British overseas territories to post-Brexit tax haven blacklist
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