PM Theresa May is the commander in chief for UK military operations in Yemen together with the Saudi dictator "prince" who used to be called "the world's most dangerous man" long before the Khashoggi murder.
Theresa May has certainly been "resilient" in her xenophobic, Human Rightsphobic and militaristic policies - but is it conducive to the public good in UK/EU?
Why aren't Brits ashamed of her?!
Theresa May has also initiated the most hostile immigration environment.
Is it because it's mainly against EU citizens, not muslims, that she has got away with it in front of EU politicians?! And why so?
Klevius suggests Saudexit rather than Brexit. The Saudi dictator family is no good for EU/UK citizens.
Theresa May and the Saudi dictator "prince" share the same aversion against Human Rights.