'Why didn't Theresa May hammer Jeremy Corbyn on Jared O'Mara?': Prime Minister criticised for limp PMQs display

'The Prime Minister is a joke' - Twitter users blast Theresa May after PMQs performance over Universal Credit and Brexit

The Twitterati aren't happy with the Prime Minister after the latest round of Prime Minister's Questions

Wednesday, October 25, 2017

Theresa May is being hammered on Twitter over her performance in Prime Minister's Questions on Wednesday - with many asking why she failed to press Jeremy Corbyn about Jared O'Mara.

The Prime Minister faced questions over the rollout of Universal Credit, as well as her Cabinet's conduct in regard to Brexit. 

Twitter users, however, have been quick to blast May over her actions in the session, with a number pointing out she hadn't really answered the questions put to her by Labour Leader Jeremy Corbyn. 

Some also suggested she should have capitalised on the ongoing controversy surrounding O'Mara, who was suspended moments before the session after a series of sexist and homophobic comments came to light.

See the reaction below: 

 

 

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