This cartoon by Brian Adcock in British daily The Independent is about the xenophobia of Conservative politician Theresa May. She is depicted as the Statue of No Liberty because of her hard-line policy against refugees in Calais camp in France.
Theresa May refuses to rule out deportation of EU nationals living in UK amid fears of ‘influx’ of migrants: here.
From daily The Independent in Britain today:
Michael Gove earlier shocked the Tories by announcing his own leadership campaign
Lizzie Dearden, Adam Withnall
Here are the latest updates:
- Tories in turmoil as claims of treachery engulf leadership contest
- Lord Heseltine accuses Boris of ‘ripping party apart’
- Stanley Johnson says Gove stabbed his son in the back
- Boris Johnson says he will not stand in Conservative leadership campaign
- Michael Gove shocks Tories announcing he will stand as leader
- Theresa May makes pitch for Downing Street
- …and rules out snap general election or second referendum
- Read Mr Gove’s statement in full
- Leave campaigner Andrea Leadsom enters race
- Leaked email shows Mr Gove’s wife raising concerns over Boris Johnson
- Survey suggests austerity and class divide behind Brexit vote
See also here.
From the Daily Mirror in Britain today:
Conservative MP forced to deny Rupert Murdoch ‘owns the Tory party’ after Boris Johnson withdraws from PM race
12:41, 30 Jun 2016
By Ben Glaze, Sam Webb, Dan Bloom
A Tory MP has just been forced to deny Rupert Murdoch was behind today’s shock pulling out by Boris Johnson.
It comes after Michael Gove’s wife sent a leaked e-mail yesterday warning the newspaper mogul “instinctively dislikes Boris”.
Rupert Murdoch could cash in on Brexit chaos by buying Sky: here.
THE Tory leadership nominations ended in farce yesterday as favourite Boris Johnson dropped out, fatally holed after his Brexit campaigner pal Michael “I am not equipped to be prime minister” Gove threw his hat in: here.