Theresa May

PM calls on BBC to explain why acid joke was broadcast

Theresa May has called on the BBC to explain why a joke made by Jo Brand about throwing battery acid was broadcast on one of its radio shows.

Sky News, 13th June 2019

Theresa May heckled at Edinburgh Fringe festival

Theresa May must have known this was coming when she rocked up at the Edinburgh Fringe today.

Joe Roberts, Metro, 8th August 2018

HIGNFY attacked for anti-Tory bias

Have I Got News for You makes five times more jokes about the Tories than Labour, a Sun probe discovered. Conservative MPs branded the BBC show propaganda yesterday.

Joe Kasper, The Sun, 9th November 2017

Simon Brodkin invades Prime Minister's speech

Comedian and prankster Simon Brodkin has invaded the Prime Minister's speech at Conservative Party Conference.

British Comedy Guide, 4th October 2017

Jeremy Corbyn likens Theresa May to Baldrick

Theresa May has been offered assistance from Baldrick after her Brexit plan was likened to the schemes devised by Blackadder's hapless sidekick.

Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn mocked the Prime Minister by insisting Baldrick is the only "great philosopher" he could think of when assessing the Government's EU exit strategy.

Michael Wilkinson, The Telegraph, 26th October 2016

Frankie Boyle attacks Jeremy Corbyn challengers

Frankie Boyle has launched a scathing attack on Prime Minister Theresa May, and Jeremy Corbyn's challengers.

Emma Powell, Evening Standard, 25th July 2016

Radio Times review

Heydon accosts Theresa May at the Police Federation Conference in Bournemouth, while Jolyon befuddles celebrities in Cannes with questions about torture and radical Islam.

Ironically, the funniest clip sees Jolyon swallowing a taste of his own medicine: posing as a right-wing US journalist, he is taken to task by the nonplussed employee of a legal cannabis nursery in Colorado.

Claire Webb, Radio Times, 14th October 2014

David Mitchell: My new British citizenship test

Theresa May wants to put patriotism at the centre of British identity. Doesn't she know our national spirit is more about pasties, panto and Keith Chegwin?

David Mitchell, The Observer, 15th July 2012