The writing is on the wall

Can the Prime Minister read it?

Vicar’s daughter Theresa May will know that in the book of Daniel a magical hand appears at a banquet thrown by King Belshazzar and writes on the wall facing the king.

Daniel (he of Lion’s Den fame) was the only person who could decipher the script and his interpretation was that the writing of ‘MEʹNE, MEʹNE, TEʹKEL PARʹSIN’ meant:

1. MEʹNE that God has numbered the days of your kingdom and brought it to an end. 
2. TEʹKEL that you have been weighed on the scales and found to be no good. 
3. PARʹSIN that your kingdom will be given to Scottish Nationalists, and socialists across the UK.

Opinion polls today recorded a 6% swing to Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour, and Tory MP’s are alarmed that as a strategist Theresa may have made a passable Sunday School teacher.

Frankly, if my children had been in her Sunday School class I’d withdraw them immediately.
If I can help it I wouldn’t want infants to be taught by someone for whom lies, u turns, and foxhunting are a good way to plan their future.

Many commentators are saying it’s time for Mrs May to do as her predecessor David Cameron did, and in the face of defeat resign.

The writing on the wall probably meant that buck stops here.
Both for King Belshazzar and Mrs May

Published by Rob

Now 70, I'm getting back into website development and brand protection, as well as showcasing the delightful artistic talents of my beautiful wife Lynne. My projection will encompass a lifetime of database marketing, as well as the Christian democratic socialist ideals of my wife and I.

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