Election 2017: 'Theresa May can be pushed over by a puff of wind', says UKIP's Neil Hamilton

Election 2017: 'Theresa May can be pushed over by a puff of wind', says UKIP's Neil Hamilton

The UKIP group leader spoke to Paul Ross about the upcoming election

Friday, June 2, 2017

Neil Hamilton went in on Theresa May in an interview on Friday morning, saying she was "weak and wobbly."

The UKIP group leader spoke to Paul Ross as the Full Set Breakfast broadcasted from Cardiff in the last stop of its Marginal Mystery Tour ahead of the election on June 8. 

The leader of the party in the Welsh Assembly said the Prime Minister had shown she was "weak and wobbly" as opposed to "strong and stable."

In his interview, he claimed "she can be pushed over by a puff of wind" and "a strong UKIP" was needed in order to maintain pressure on her to deliver Brexit. 

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