A new site has been set up that allows you type your own phrase behind Theresa May and watch it fall off.
The British Drea was created following the devastating final speech by May at the Conservative Party Conference where parts of the Tory’s slogan fell off.
Ironically, the phrase was “building a country that works for everyone”, but eventually crumbled to “Bui ding a c ntry tha orks or ryon”.
May’s position remains fragile today after Grant Shapps started an in-party rebellion.
The MP says he has 30 colleagues, including five ex-cabinet ministers, backing his call for a leadership contest.
Play the game here.
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