“Very bad”, “dismal”, “couldn’t run a whelk stall” – that’s how one of Britain’s top political journalists described the state of the Tories today.

Times deputy political editor Sam Coates didn’t hold back when asked about the state of party on the BBC’s Daily Politics show this afternoon:

Coates comments echoed the similarly scathing verdict given by Guardian journalist Polly Toynbee on the programme yesterday:

Their comments came after Theresa May came under renewed pressure to sack Boris Johnson and the Institute for Fiscal Studies revealed the Tories’ underwhelming and unfunded offer on tuition fees would cost £2.3 billiona year.

And they’re not the only journalist to comment on the chaotic state of the Tory party during the conference…

But tell us what you really think…

  1. Dulari-Leiylah Markelke says:

    I think the public deserve to have a no confidence vote regarding this zombie terrifying tory government. Their dishonesty is so serious it’s our lives at risk. This is shambolic tories had they had sense TM would have gone after her failed election it’s her with no spine leading the most divided cabinet each lookung how to replace her yet claiming they support her. Their vision of brexit deregulation decrease public services ruining our nhs destroy the state it’s endless . Fir European parliament members to be telling TM to sack Boris when she has oerservely given him permission to do as he wishes no red lines. But that is about her a woman on verge or maybe in nervous break down mode and the failure to even get to negotiations with eu on trade how much money has been wasted for what is this the plan to pretend they were negotiating and then walk away. We suffering under a broken tory gov and it’s shameful . Their dirty laundry for the world to see. This gov must fall!!!!

  2. Why is it that every time I look at this Government, the words that come to mind are “piss-up” and “brewery?”

  3. Billionaire’s corporate journos’ attacking billionaire’s corporate government !

    Sometimes money and power just aren’t enough, for the greedy at least.

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