Theresa May’s credibility

LISTENING to Theresa May’s comments after her meeting with the Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan showed either an immaturity beyond comprehension or, more likely, political opportunism after a discussion with the anti-Israeli president.

Either way, her credibility will have suffered a hefty blow in the minds of the Jewish community.

We have seen the massed violent protest in Gaza, orchestrated and fuelled by Hamas, once again using the indoctrinated followers as human fodder. Only the dregs of humanity could use death and injury of their own people as a means of political gain in an increasing gullible world.

And as long as Jeremy Corbyn is happy to be a bedfellow with Hamas, the credibility of Labour will descend into the wilderness as his lemmings, believing in his socialist principles, become incapable of understanding the bigger picture.

Tony Sheldon,
29 Highclere Road,

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