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It appears that Theresa May isn't finished with her buzzwords.
Her dependency on snappy phrases during the election campaign was agonising to behold.
It felt like you couldn't hear Theresa May answer a question without including either the phrase:
Strong and stable
Get on with the job.
With the election over, you'd think that those habits would have died with her campaign.
Well, take a look at this interview May took with Sky News's Beth Rigby and see if you notice anything.
Theresa May is asked about the Cabinet reshuffle, Michael Gove and how she is feeling after #GE2017, by Sky's… https://t.co/UahWHJt1sG— Sky News (@Sky News) 1497208947
When asked how she's feeling about the election (possibly a bit of a soft question) she replied that she wants to get on with the job.
Take a look at this transcript of the interview, as tweeted by Business Insider's Adam Bienkov:
Not sure what it is, but something tells me she wants to get on with the job. https://t.co/69I0YDlDeb— Adam Bienkov (@Adam Bienkov) 1497209661
She really wants to get on the job.
That's how she's feeling.
The internet responded in typical fashion.
@SkyNews @BethRigby An IKEA cabinet is more strong and stable than this one! 😂@SophyRidgeSky— Rodney Watson (@Rodney Watson) 1497209416
It's telling that she doesn't feel "Strong and Stable".
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