THERESA MAY hurled her notes in fury at the Dispatch Box after Labour MP Heidi Alexander accused the Prime Minister of “running scared” from Brexiteers in her
party. The Prime Minister jumped straight to her feet to rebuke the Labour MP for
Lewisham, who took aim at Mrs May’s willingness to seek a ‘no deal’ Brexit, during a fiery Prime Minister’s Questions. Mrs May hit back, insisting Ms Alexander could not
be “more wrong” with her allegations having already thrown her notes at the Dispatch Box. Ms Alexander said: “This week the public have witnessed the most
extraordinary spectacle of the Prime Minister ramping up the no deal rhetoric on
Brexit and backtracking on her commitment to stay in the single market and customs
union for transition. “All because she’s afraid of the most right-wing, rabid elements in her own party!
Mrs May hit back: “The Honourable Lady could not be more wrong!
“First of all, we’re not ramping up a no deal scenario. We are actively working with the negotiations with the European Union to ensure we set out and get a good deal – the right deal for Britain – for a brighter future for this country, which is what I believe we can and will achieve.
“It’s what I set out in my Florence speech, I recommend the speech to the Honourable Lady.