We have been tracking the use of the slogan ‘Brexit means Brexit’ at neutralfooting. At Prime Minister’s Questions (PMQs) on Wednesday we learnt a little more about its use though the Prime Minister who originally coined this soundbite.
You know what some people call them? The nasty party.Theresa May, 5th October 2016
Theresa May some years previous had used the term 'the nasty party' to refer to her own party (The Conservatives). Here she turns the 'gun' around and p...
Remain means remainAngus Robertson, 20th July 2016
Remain means remain Angus Robertson, 20th July 2016
Theresa May delivered her first Prime Minister’s questions in the House of Commons on Wednesday afternoon and came through the event relatively unscathed with a touch of “Thatcher” to her performance as some commentators noted. Her former boss, David Cameron, developed… Continue Reading →