POLITICIANS, the media and the UK public have admitted they cannot truthfully ever imagine Theresa May not being prime minister.
From senior Conservatives to Southend street-sweepers, the whole country has agreed that theoretically it could happen soon but in reality it never, ever will.
Brandon Lewis, chairman of the Conservative party, said: “Thatcher resigned when her Cabinet told her to go. Imagine trying that with Theresa. She’d just sit there.
“We’ve got no functioning mechanisms to get her out, but even if we had they wouldn’t work. She could lose a general election and just stay squatted in Downing Street like a poisonous-looking toad everyone’s too afraid to touch.”
Helen Archer of Nottingham said: “I haven’t seen anyone this immovable since the 90s when Janice was the only one who knew how to work the fax machine.
“They had to put the whole company into bankruptcy to get rid of her. That’s the only way we’ll ever get shot of May.”
Warehouse operative Wayne Hayes said: “Nobody wants Boris, Raab, Rudd, Gove, Rees-Mogg, Hunt, Corbyn, McDonnell, Thornberry or Cable in Number 10. So it’s May until they’re all dead.”