From: The Guardian
Is Theresa May a safe pair of hands?
Post-referendum, we seem to have developed a sort of collective amnesia about May’s career history. At the time, her tenure as home secretary was widely regarded as an utter disaster. Her attempts to tackle immigration were both dystopian and cruel and hopelessly ineffectual according to her own criteria. She missed every target she ever set herself. When you think about it, it’s hard to understand how she’s come to be seen as something of a political saviour.