I, Maybot: The Rise and Fall

I Maybot The Rise and Fall NEW FULLY UPDATED EDITION Brexit means Brexit Strong and stable I don t think I m in the least robotic Ever since Theresa May first whirred into inaction as prime minister there has only been one re

  • Title: I, Maybot: The Rise and Fall
  • Author: John Crace
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  • Page: 400
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • NEW, FULLY UPDATED EDITION Brexit means Brexit Strong and stable I don t think I m in the least robotic Ever since Theresa May first whirred into inaction as prime minister, there has only been one reliable source of strength and stability John Crace s political sketches for the Guardian These doses of biting satire not only provided much needed respite from the mNEW, FULLY UPDATED EDITION Brexit means Brexit Strong and stable I don t think I m in the least robotic Ever since Theresa May first whirred into inaction as prime minister, there has only been one reliable source of strength and stability John Crace s political sketches for the Guardian These doses of biting satire not only provided much needed respite from the madness of it all, but also gave us his now notorious moniker for our automaton PM, the Maybot.In I, Maybot, Crace introduces a curated selection of his most acerbic sketches, charting May s tumultuous premiership to date From the EU referendum and ensuing tragicomic leadership campaign, to the snap election, Tory DUP coalition of chaos and endless Brexit wranglings, Crace s analysis makes for essential and uproariously entertaining reading.

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    1. This is very clever and amusing stuff. It does make you pause occasionally however and realise what a complete shambles UK politics is in. You have to laugh or you may be tempted to cry !

    2. Covering a selection of his sketches from June 2016 to July 2017, this collection by Guardian writer John Crace (with additional contextual notes that are often themselves bitterly entertaining) is both an amusing look at a malfunctioning Prime Minister and a worrying indictment of just how shambolic British politics is.His 'Maybot' is a humorous (and fitting) portrayal though for me, his cack-handed Kim Jong-May seems more accurately damning. There's nothing quite like incompetent control-freak [...]

    3. I suspect I need to read John Crace on a regular basis in the Guardian (that's if they add another couple of hours to the standard 24 day to find time to do things like read newspapers). I started out finding this book funny and annoying my husband by reading bits out loud to him. Love the idea of Larry the Downing Street cat needing therapy for abandonment issues, for example. But shoving all these witty sketches together made it less than the sum of its parts. It became repetitious. ("Yes, yes [...]

    4. 4.5 starsTerrifyingly satirical, if it's possible to add satire to today's Brexit reality. What a terrible state of affairs. Where has all the political talent gone - or have they always just been winging it? Where will it all lead and how have they got away with this for so long without people being out on the streets (in protest - not homelessness)?Got this a freebie for being a Guardian member - first of the freebies I've wanted to read

    5. Funny and sums most of what happen well, but isn't very consistent and sometimes seems to lose the thread.

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