October 4, 2017 2:57 PM Subscribe
You are the Prime Minister. You unexpectedly call an election but won't debate and lose seats because you weren't prepared. The more-popular opposition leader draws large crowds wherever he goes. No-one likes you. The EU doesn't think much of you or your negotiators, and your Europe minister has gone rogue. Your foreign secretary, while continuing to be offensive, keeps pitching for your job. The extreme right-wing and arguably hypocritical aristocrat continues to gain popularity. It's problem after problem. But don't worry! Your big conference speech will work out fine and you won't be given your P45 (redundancy notice) during the highly-secure event and ... oh. Oh no! Though social media loved it. What now? Post title, and the six words of Ten (related ethics, US politics).