remember, they also wrote off maggie

Dominic Sandbrook
October 2017
Daily Mail;10/5/2017, p11
wELL, you can't say Theresa May isn't resilient. There were times in her train crash of a speech when she could have been forgiven for throwing her notes in the air, walking off stage and never coming back.


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