Tereason May is still desperately trying to remaining standing in the breach to prevent Brexit:
Theresa May was barracked by Tory Eurosceptics at PMQs today as she fights to hold her party together.
The Prime Minister was goaded by backbencher Andrea Jenkyns over when she decided that ‘Brexit means Remain’.
But amid jeers in the Commons a clearly stung Mrs May hit back that she was still committed to leaving the EU and wanted a ‘workable’ solution.
The clashes, at a raucous last questions session before the summer recess, came after Mrs May narrowly fended off a potentially existential challenge to her negotiating strategy last night.
However, there is little sign of the pressure easing, as Boris Johnson is preparing to unleash a devastating resignation statement in the House later.
The woman clearly isn’t going to accept the very clear message that has been sent to her by her party. They’re going to have to drag her kicking and screaming from Number 10. So dignified! What an embarrassment she has turned out to be.
Meanwhile, Jeremy Corbyn is standing stronger against The Lobby than the U.S. Congress or the South Carolina legislature by refusing to redefine “anti-semitism” to the liking of a crazy Jewish Member of Parliament. It’s interesting to observe that even on the verge of being kicked out of the Prime Ministership, Theresa May is more concerned about the Jewish nation than she is about the British nation.
Theresa May today tore into Jeremy Corbyn for refusing to use the international definition of anti-Semitism to tackle racism in his party.
The Prime Minister said religious leaders have warned he is sending a ‘message of contempt’ to the Jewish community.
And in a fiery tirade against the Labour leader, she said that ‘anti-Semitism is racism – you should accept that.’
Her stern rebuke in their weekly PMQs clash came after a veteran Jewish Labour MP accused her leader of being a ‘f***ing anti-Semite and a racist’ in a tense clash last night.
Dame Margaret Hodge tore into Mr Corbyn after a tense Labour NEC meeting where senior party figures refused to adopt the definition. The row came after the party’s leadership decided not to accept the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance’s definition of anti-Semitism – in defiance of Jewish leaders and its own MPs.
Labour instead updated its code of conduct to state that anti-Semitism is ‘racism’ and ‘unacceptable’, stopping short of several examples of anti-Semitism according to the IHRA definition, such as accusing Jewish people of being more loyal to Israel than their home country.
No matter what their heritage, the People of the Lie always attempt to render the truth illegal and deserving of persecution. That is a reliable sign that they serve their Father the Devil.