10 epic ways Twitter celebrated Theresa May’s resignation

After her predecessor, David Cameron slunk away from the Brexit fiasco faster than an uninsured driver after a fender bender, Theresa May took up the reins as the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom.

For almost three years, the UK’s second female prime minister battled hopelessly through Brexit negotiations, called ill-advised snap elections, had coughing fits on stage, and baffled the world with her many strange dance moves.

But the comedy didn’t end there.  Soon after her resignation was announced on May 24th, 2019, social media lit up with endless side-splitting statements.








9 replies

  1. Not Mrs. May or her Government is the laughingstock, But “Little Britain” Any other European parliament would have suspended In-Fighting, and delegated a cross party commission to negotiate and inform the house, and sat down together, for the good of the country. But moronic, antiquated, arrogant, Britain, send their Prime minister to negotiate with nothing to bargain with. Then Reject the negotiated deal, and in their arrogance think they can vote about leaving with no deal, and it won’t happen???

  2. Theresa May could well go down in history as a heroine. She did exactly what she was supposed to do, faff around so much and produce such poor solutions that Brexit was delayed to hopefully let the “great” British public come to their senses. Remember, she was, and secretly still is, a Remainer. Sadly, I don’t think the “great” British public is any the wiser.

  3. We can blame May and we can blame Cameron, but in the end we should blame the British people -and all anti EU Europeans, for that matter- who are (mislead by unscrupulous demagogues) naive enough to believe that the moon is made of green cheese.

  4. She did better than you lot – who want to leave with no deal. You are the archetypal lemming jumping off the cliff. Shame on you.

  5. HB62 that comment was not meant for you – but Chan, the leaver who hasn’t thought over a thing in his life.

  6. I think we need to be careful celebrating too much from an anti Brexit perspective. Useless as she was, she has definitely stopped us crashing out without a deal. We’re still left with the Tories in charge.

  7. In a corporate environment, If anyone in any day job was as incompetent and as useless as the Tories, added with the continuous lies and self serving nature, you’d be fired without so much as a second thought…
    A change of PM is not going to change the material fact that they are all useless no matter who thinks they are the dog’s dangly bits…

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