Theresa May forced to defend views on Sharia Law as she prepares to enter No 10

INCOMING Prime Minister Theresa May has defended her position on Sharia Law on the eve of taking over as the leader of the Conservative party.

May sparked controversy when she spoke out in support of the Islamic courts operating in the country, telling the nation they could “benefit a great deal” from Sharia teachings.

Meet the old boss same as the new boss…

  • Blacksmith

    Ah, another politician, not worth the air they breath.

  • ntt1

    Another Silly cosseted woman burbling inanities but in a position of power now, most disturbing.thank god we have the sound measured leadership of the dauphine….oh wait.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      If by cosseted you mean childless and having no concern for the future…
      Just like Angela Merkel and on a smaller stage, Danielle Smith.
      Did Kim Campbell ever have kids?
      I’m sensing a pattern here.
      Where are you BillyHW?

  • tom_billesley

    Theresa May banned Pamela Geller and Robert Spencer from entering the UK. How’s that for defence of free speech?

    • john700

      I think this bitch will destroy the Conservative Party.

      • Alain

        They are doing it to themselves, but I agree she will speed it up.

  • Denis

    so much for British common law and free speech in the UK.

  • Maurixio Garciasanchez

    Should be new elections for Great Britain , time to chance their hold system and people should decide who cam the next prime minister.

  • John Boy

    If you’re going to have them, I’m all for burkas – they prevent the foodworkers from spitting in our food.

    • dance…dancetotheradio

      They don’t prevent them from shitting in the streets.

  • Maurixio Garciasanchez

    She is the best friend of the mayor of London so she does what he tells her what to do.

  • BillyHW

    If you are a woman who votes fuck you!

  • Dana Garcia

    It’s pathetic what sort of squishy pols are called “conservative” in Britain.

  • Solo712

    Theresa May is just another politician who believes ‘principle’ refers to any view that promises to advance her political career at a given moment.

  • simus1

    The native ignorami can benefit from the precious insights they receive about the growing impact of sharia law on themselves while Queen Merkel the 2nd benefits in turn from her insights into “muslim generosity”.

  • Margaret Thatcher was voted in because people believed in her.

    This woman just got lucky.

    She does, however, represent a failed Pakistani state.

  • richfisher

    Holy Cow is there a politician anywhere on earth that more physically resembles that evil emperor dude that Darth Vador threw into the giant spark plug?

  • RevnantDream

    The Hillary of England

  • wvankley

    Just a bit confused, methinks. Is this really a British conservative?