This woman brutally destroyed Theresa May's premiership in just 90 seconds
PUBLISHED: 10:33 11 January 2019 | UPDATED: 19:51 11 January 2019
A clip of a female audience member on Question Time destroying Theresa May's attempts at leadership has gone viral.
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The audience member could not resist brutally telling the panel why she did not feel sorry for the prime minister as she appeared on the first episode of the panel programme presented by Fiona Bruce.
In just 90 seconds she managed to pull apart the Conservative prime minister - whose mantra was once “strong and stable”.
She told the audience: “Could we get over feeling sorry for Theresa May? I don’t feel sorry for her.
“She’s the woman who for many, many years has led the hostile environment for migrants in this country resulting in the Windrush generation.
“It’s a disgrace.
“She’s the person who created her very specific red lines on immigration which created the negotiation mess we are in.
“She triggered Article 50 when she had no plan.
“And as for criticising the EU on this, there are 27 other countries in the EU - they have been completely united on this.
“We don’t even have a cabinet that can unite and definitely a government that isn’t in control of the process.
“They are a body of rules and regulations and they’re not going to break that when it’s the most successful single market in the world.
“We’re going to lose all of that and it’s ridiculous for us with our hopeless government - who cannot get it together to actually work out what the will of the people is today in 2019 - to blame the EU and go round feeling sorry for themselves.”
She was applauded in the audience for her observations and the clip has gone viral on social media.
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