The curse of the backdrop strikes May once again, as her long-anticipated speech on tackling the housing crisis is overshadowed by the decor. The Tories should be bricking it.
It should have been the shaky speech that made the headlines, but instead May’s bizarre design choice had everyone howling:
Is Theresa May giving a speech on housing in front of an artificial wall another example of fake mews? pic.twitter.com/Q9PsNSn1Fi
— Patrick Kidd (@patrick_kidd) March 5, 2018
The PM is sounding slightly alarmingly croaky this morning. But the backdrop looks solid enough. pic.twitter.com/vIu8i7vmt1
— Carl Dinnen (@carldinnen) March 5, 2018
The set design for Theresa May's speech kinda looks like something I would have designed using WordArt for a powerpoint presentation during an IT class in secondary school. pic.twitter.com/GmYpzCBAvW
— Ashley Cowburn (@ashcowburn) March 5, 2018
Setting for imminent Theresa May speech on housing. Her backdrop is some fake bricks. Make of that what you will. pic.twitter.com/lrtK2ApGfj
— Peter Walker (@peterwalker99) March 5, 2018
Theresa May with her back to the wall…. Not sure Number 10 thought this through properly… pic.twitter.com/5khEl3yGMG
— Thomas Penny (@ThomasWPenny) March 5, 2018
Theresa May doing politics in the way I imagine my mum would.
"I've got an idea, if you're doing a speech about housing, should do it in front of Bricks and also cover your lectern in Bricks. Because houses are made of Bricks. You see.". pic.twitter.com/5w6OydD8YB
— Samuel Jenkinson 🦎 (@samueljenkinson) March 5, 2018
Come on guys, let’s just leave her alone to wall-ow.