The hysteria unleashed by Brexit is engulfing male politicians in a frenzy of back-stabbing and emotion. Self-controlled female MPs have never looked better.

Hysteria: an ungovernable emotional excess has actually certainly come forward recently and is currently perplexing the very men that symbolized it. A great deal of politicians look out of control. 

Boris Johnson has defined the post-referendum status as "a kind of hysteria, a contagious mourning", comparing it to the outpouring of despair after the fatality of Princess Diana.

On top of the iceberg we have cliques of men back-stabbing each other.

Johnson has actbeen betrayed, we are informed, by Michael Gove "who has an emotional need to gossip," particularly when he is caught over a drink and it all becomes a little bit leaking.

And Farage, designer of so much disgust, abandons the scene. Rightio!


Are they so powered by emotional ties to their own cliques?

A divided nation searches and sees just what else is on offer: the unrelenting Theresa May, the would-be Thatcher Andrea Leadsom, a challenge from "sensible" Angela Eagle.

There is a new feeling that if anyone could handle this situation and regain control, it is a woman. Indeed May's gambit is that she will rise over the squabbling, ego-driven men, staying relatively free of emotion.

Her coldness now looks like an asset.


Theresa May political revolution

Theresa May’s gambit is that she will rise above the squabbling, ego-driven boys, remaining fairly free of emotion. Her coldness now looks like an asset.

Announcing the first painting of my Preserved Present philosophy, this artwork about the post-Brexit condition that has strong women cleaning up the mess made from the aftermath of the Brexit lie.

More information will be released as I get closer to the completion of this original painting.

However, as a brief teaser read bellow to discover some of the subjects that I'ld be exploring as I start to construct my composition.

  • Theresa May is the anti-hysteria candidate, “calm down dear” personified.
  • Whether or not you agree with Nicola Sturgeon's politics, its hard to deny her efficiency.
  • Gina Miller has become the figurehead of the legal fight to get Parliament to vote on whether the UK can start the process of leaving the EU. 
  • One of the most enduring symbols of 2016's UK Brexit referendum was the huge red "battle bus" with its message, "We send the EU £350 million a week, let's fund our NHS instead. Vote Leave."
  • Young people gathered outside Parliament to protest the outcome of the UK referendum.
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