Theresa May just fired her cabinet in an attempt to form a unity government. Her only hope to avoid total socialism is to work on a unified government with the Democratic Unionist Party of Northern Ireland who can barely give her enough votes to proceed.
She apologized for pushing for a new, unnecessary election, costing the Tory MP’s many lost seats.
The Prime Minister clings to power but she’s leading a minority government if she can form one.
The big loser, crackpot Socialist/Communist Jeremy Corbin, is also the big winner and has picked up enormous power to transform the UK into a socialist kingdom. The hardcore leftist was only 2,227 votes away from being Prime Minister. If May doesn’t make it, Corbyn could be P.M.
The crazy coot, Jeremy Corbyn, who claims he’s suddenly not anti-Semitic, pledges ‘socialism for 21st century’ as he plans business tax hikes and a benefits free-for-all.
Numbers of immigrants will not be cut under Corbyn, making radical Islamists happy.
He pledges a fat cat tax and a high minimum wage that equals a living wage.
Promises made by Corbyn include a “real living wage” worth £10 an hour or more, a new National Education Service to be funded by levies on business, a £500 billion National Investment Bank, the renationalization of railways, one million new homes and a foreign policy with “peace and justice at its heart”. Back-to-work assessments for people claiming disability benefits would be scrapped, he said.
Mr Corbyn said that the pledges were “not the Ten Commandments” and would be open to further consultation.
But he said they showed “the direction of change we are determined to take – and the outline of a program to rebuild and transform Britain”.
The regressive Labour leader said: “We know how great this country could be for all its people with a new political and economic settlement, with new forms of democratic public ownership, driven by investment in the technology and industries of the future, with decent jobs, education and housing for all, with local services run by and for people, not outsourced to faceless corporations.”
Communists and Socialists are marching outside May’s door.
— Rachael Venables (@rachaelvenables) June 10, 2017