'Mumbling some guff' - Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn criticised for PMQs performance on Brexit

'Mumbling some guff' - Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn criticised for PMQs performance on Brexit

Both leaders have been criticised over Brexit

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Both Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn have been criticised for their performances at PMQs today over Brexit.

Liberal Democrat leader Vince Cable asked the Prime Minister to assure the House of Commons the NHS won't be included in any trade deal with America.

However May only responded by saying she wants to "increase trade between America and the UK," leaving Cable to suggest on Twitter that means our healthcare system might be for sale.

Of course this has caused outrage on social media and many are calling for the NHS to be saved.

Meanwhile Corbyn has been slammed for not asking questions about Brexit, with Green Party leader Caroline Lucas claiming on Twitter she would have "loved" it if he asked one.

Others on social media have claimed this apparent reticence is because the Labour leader doesn't care about Brexit. One respondent even suggested they were sorry May hadn't been asked about it.

Take a look at the reaction below

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