Labour has released another Theresa May translator, and it's scarily accurate

Bridie Pearson-Jones
Saturday 03 June 2017 08:30
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Theresa May had a tough grilling on BBC Question Times last night.

In a pre-election appearance chaired by David Dimbleby, she was asked questions by audience members in York and it didn't go great for her.

The first question from a woman named Abigail essentially boiled down to "Why do you lie?" She was thenlater called out on her hypocrisy for criticising Diane Abbott, and then told a nurse who asked about pay rises that there "wasn't a magical money tree".

Following the success in the first debate, the Labour party released a "Theresa May Translator" and it was absolutely brutal.

It follows accusations of the PM 'running scared' from debating Jeremy Corbyn.

As some have pointed out.

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