Just Because She’s Going Let’s Not Pretend There Was Anything Good About Theresa May

LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 20: British Prime Minister, Theresa May addresses the nation after asking the European Union for a Brexit extension, at number 10 Downing Street on March 20, 2019 in London, England. EU Commission President, Donald Tusk has said that the EU would grant a short extension to …
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Now that she has said she is going, people have started to say nice things about Theresa May.

Here, doing an absolutely heroic job in the Daily Mail, is my friend Sarah Vine:

Mrs May is, of course, the daughter of a vicar — and there is something of the scriptures about her decision to make the ultimate sacrifice. It speaks of a deep sense of conviction, of a solid moral compass not often glimpsed in public life.

I certainly can’t remember a time when a political leader displayed such courage and selfless sense of duty. Not despite being a woman, but — I suspect — because of it.

And here is probably the best political commentator in the business, the Sun’s Trevor Kavanagh:

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