NO CREDIT FOR THERESA

PLMR's MD Elin de Zoete writes for Public Affairs News

After a very shaky conference season, the opposition and the Westminster commentariat were like waiting predators for Theresa May this week, ready to pounce and pick apart her every pause, stumble and stutter.  And so into the lion’s den she went for this week’s PMQs.  After controversy had been raging about the charges people could face ringing the Universal Credit hotline, the Prime Minister was quick to indicate a climb down was afoot, saying it was “right” to drop the charges, confirming they would be scrapped “over the next month.”  A good platform for the Prime Minister to launch her weekly PMQs from you might think? Maybe not.

READ ELIN’S FULL ARTICLE AT PUBLIC AFFAIRS NEWS → http://www.publicaffairsnetworking.com/news/no-credit-for-theresa

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