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Make no mistake—Theresa May is weak

And her weakness is more important than Jeremy Corbyn's

By Jay Elwes  

Prime Minister Theresa May speaks during Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons, London ©PA/PA Wire/Press Association Images

And suddenly both leaders look frail. It makes a change.

At today’s Prime Minister’s Questions, Theresa May had a dig at Jeremy Corbyn, pointing out to him that, as he faces a leadership contest and Parliament will soon stand for recess, this could be his last PMQs as…

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