THERESA May has delivered a withering assessment of her election rival Jeremy Corbyn, describing him as “weak, unstable, nonsensical and floundering” with just weeks to go before Britain goes to the polls.
The Prime Minister – who has been busy campaigning to increase her majority which in turn will strengthen her hand in upcoming Brexit negotiations – attacked the Labour party’s unclear stance on Brexit.
She called Britain to come together following the divisive EU referendum last year.
“Jeremy Corbyn can’t even persuade 172 of his MPs to have confidence in him.”
Pleading for unity, she added: “What matters is that we come together and change this country for the future.