Quote Originally Posted by kato View Post
Merkel's condolences on Manchester today included an interesting little sidesnipe - that "of course we will still cooperate with Britain after Brexit" In direct reference to the attack.
Also, that attacks like that would "ensure that we will continue engaging [terrorists] together with our [...ever so sliiiiight pause...] British friends".

Guess that's what May gets for putting security cooperation on the table in the first place.

Also, less seriously, she assured Britain of Germany's support. That doesn't bode well for May in the General Elections.
It's considered a political trope in Germany that if Merkel assures someone of her confidence in them etc then that person will exit the political stage within the next few months.
So we're that daft we'll suddenly decide to put Corbyn in power or are you referring to the leader of the Tories?