Open letters to the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom; do it like they do on Downing Street.
Dear Theresa: What A Difference A Year Makes
Prime Minister May, Well now. It’s been one thing after another, eh? You started with such high hopes and great expectations a year ago. After David Cameron’s uncommonly swift exit from 10 Downing Street a year ago, you took charge of the government making history from day one, as the second woman in history to serve as prime minister and leader of the Conservative (or Tory) Party—no less than Margaret Thatcher was the first. You, therefore, stepped into huge shoes to be filled.
Dear Theresa... The 7 Demands of the UK People
Your awkward Montgomery Burns-like hunch suggests a lifetime of sadness which has left you looking down into the abyss of dark ethical choices. Your voting record in the UK parliament contradicts the person that you claim to be. If we travel back fifteen years then you’re voting against human equality, yet now you claim to be a reliable bastion of ethical and moral conviction. Where was that conviction the day after Grenfell? Mothers burnt to death with their children in arms and your moral authority falls away when you cannot look the survivors in the eye, or even show them support. Instead, whilst you are a leader, the community had to help support each other in a beautiful display of anarchic love. Where was their leader? She was sneaking out the backdoor in an effort to avoid the existence of these poor people once again.
Although you are the Prime Minster of the UK as whole, I feel the need to write this letter regarding my issues that are split between devolved and reserved matters, and as the UK Prime Minster it would appear devolved only cross your remit when it comes to the Barnett formula and how funding is allocated to the different nations within the UK, or does it?
You may have heard of me or you may not have, but I don't have any qualifications of any sort of politics. I do have to say that I know for certain you need to quit whilst you're ahead, because at the end of the day I know I'm watching every move you make and then BOOM! I'm on the good old iPad with blogs coming out left right and centre; ideas here and there, oh what's that? You've been thrown into the mix as well; into my magic cauldron of horrible politicians who can't get their facts right, or keep their word, changing what they want during the election in the Queen's speech.
Dear Theresa....... When you were given the leadership of the Conservative party and automatically became Prime Minister, I hoped you would make some serious changes in the way your party governed the UK. Unfortunately, even before the calamitous general election, you made many serious errors of judgment.
Dear Theresa, I hope you’re doing okay. Being Prime Minister must be an almost impossibly overwhelming task at the best of times, but I can’t help feeling that you’ve been caught in a perfect storm.