Theresa May’s disastrous visit to Wales, which saw her branded “weak and wobbly” by journalists after announcing a u-turn on the dementia tax, has just got worse after a poll revealed a 16 point swing from the Tories to Labour.
Panic in the face of opposition. A manifesto of chaos. Cynical. Weak and wobbly. That’s how journalists from Britain’s biggest broadcasters described the Tories’ u-turn over the dementia tax in questions to Theresa May today.
The Tories have made a colossal climbdown over the dementia tax – just four days after launching their manifesto.
The Tories have paid Google to ensure that voters who search for information about their dementia tax see the its propaganda first.
Labour MP Angela Rayner has accused Tory PM Theresa May of “sneering” at her during Westminster debates.
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