This is why Theresa May keeps saying she’s ‘strong and stable’ and Jeremy Corbyn would lead a ‘coalition of chaos’

Theresa May can barely open her mouth without saying the words “strong and stable”.

She and other Tories used the phrase a whopping 11 times during this week’s Prime Minister’s Questions.

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It’s the latest use of a long-running Tory tactic around election season – which some have attributed to David Cameron ’s election strategist Lynton Crosby.

So can the Tories offer “strong and stable” leadership? And will Labour lead a “coalition of chaos?”

David Cameron made a similar pledge ahead of the 2015 election, tweeting:

David Cameron ✔@David_Cameron
Britain faces a simple and inescapable choice – stability and strong Government with me, or chaos with Ed Miliband: https://www.facebook.com/DavidCameronOfficial/posts/979082725449379

So how did that work out?

Not well.

Since the 2015 election, Britain has seen:

  • The shock result of the EU referendum which was David Cameron’s idea
  • The resignation of David Cameron
  • Leadership contests for all three main parties
  • The calling of a snap general election, three years earlyNot terribly strong and stable.In fact, the word most people would use for the last two years in politics would be…
    Chaos

    http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/politics/theresa-may-says-strong-stable-10310368

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