For the working people and could not care less. On the contrary, at the last PMQ May blamed Labour for everything that is wrong in this country. She quoted statistics which were completely wrong, a lie. She even had the thick nerve to deny that Chancellor Philip Hammond blamed the disabled workforce for a Tories’ failing economy. How could she lower herself to that when Hammond’s speech was on camera and was broadcast all over the country.

The housing crisis is the worst for decades and so is rough sleeping. Newspapers are not allowed to write about the truth. As for food banks have an increase of 90 per cent and will even be more since May added £12bn Welfare cuts and now the Universal Credit will be rolled out just before Christmas which means the people will not receive money for five weeks.

Oh yes, there are helplines which first costs 55p per minute and after Labour’s pressure supposedly to be free but with the desperation all over the country the lines will be jammed. So, what will it be then for impoverished working people who can not feed their families and landlords looming with eviction.

After a report of 40,000 people died during the last winter cold-bloodedly May cuts Winter Fuel payment introduced by Labour. Last winter was comparatively mild but this winter seems to start early with ice, frost and snow. What will happen to the old, disabled who need more warmth and street sleepers?

With the £12bn Welfare cuts and Universal credit there will a great number of people and families losing their homes ending up on an already over-demanded  emergency accommodations. Councils were straggling to house people all the last years but now it will be an almost impossibility. Private landlords seem to be giving notices left, right and centre without any concern what will happen to these families.

It had emerged that most of the Private Landlords bought up Council houses when Thatcher gave the right to buy. Many people fell for it and thought it was their chance of owing a home. Then came Thatcher crash of steel and mining industry which gave people a good income but then lost their job, house and their deposit. Crashing industries had also a domino effect on the whole communities with many lost their shop, small businesses and houses.

Private Landlords, which now emerged are mostly Tories, took the opportunity and bought up rows of houses. The same who giving now notices at the first opportunity of non-payment. 

Such is the Tories’ game with no conscience or care about the fait to the families.

Cameron was bad but May seems to be even worth. Whether Cameron and Osborne are still pulling the string is a good question, but it seems likely since she let the £12bn Welfare cuts, which was planned by Osborne, go through.

At the moment, May is all shining at Brussels and seems to get Brexit going. It seems too good to be true and doubt that even the MPs are fully informed what concessions she is agreeing to, to get a most vital agreement on which her future as a PM hangs. Her almost two years in office shows she is willing to do anything to keep her position.

It is getting so bad that even Tories’ MPs are rebelling and voting against her.

The general public has one hope, Jeremy Corbyn, and hopefully he will be in 10 Downing Street sooner than later before all is lost. NHS and schools are going down fast.