Theresa May unveiled Brexit Plan B and it looked suspiciously familiar – 17 scathing reactions
Last week, Theresa May’s Brexit deal was subject to the worst defeat ever recorded by a government when the House of Commons voted it down by 432 to 202. With that in mind, she returned to Parliament on Monday, with her alternative – her Plan B – only it looked a lot like Plan A with some begging added, and a potential rewrite of the Good Friday Agreement.
This is what Twitter thought of her efforts.
52 to 48: THE PEOPLE HAVE SPOKEN
432 – 202: Write Plan B over Plan A and give it a few more cracks.
— James Felton (@JimMFelton) January 21, 2019
My Plan A for dinner tonight was Toad in the hole, but then my family said they didn't like that so now i'm doing my Plan B dinner which is sausages served in a Yorkshire pudding….
— Pearly (@londonlass666) January 21, 2019
THERESA MAY: And now I present to you my Plan B.
PLAN A WEARING A FAKE MOUSTACHE: Allo allo I am ze plan B you do not have know of me I am from ze Copenhagen
— joe (@mutablejoe) January 21, 2019
May’s Plan B sounds like the time when my student self and a mate got booted out of Ritzy’s in Newcastle. We swapped jumpers to fox the bouncers. We did not get back in.
— Dan Johnson (@thecentristboy) January 21, 2019
Mrs May’s Plan B is Plan A, louder
Because it came so close to success last week
— Andrew Adonis (@Andrew_Adonis) January 21, 2019
Plan A and Plan B have been waiting for us. pic.twitter.com/liK4hqgWE5
— barney farmer (@barneyfarmer) January 21, 2019
Plan B pic.twitter.com/z69ZBfJPyy
— Esther Webber (@estwebber) January 21, 2019
"So Baldrick, what's Cunning Plan B?"
"It's the same as Plan A, sir. But I have a Plan C."
"Enlighten me, Baldrick."
"Well, it's the same as Plan B, but with a different name." pic.twitter.com/cXTKJvowIl
— Cornwall for Europe #FBPE (@Cornwall4EU) January 21, 2019