It's all rather difficult, n'est-ce pas? On the one hand, well, Huawei? Really? I know I said back in 2016, darker deeds than the Nissan deal would flow from May's desperation: (Nissan: The Shape of Things To Come) - but Huawei?
Still, a complete failure to understand its significance is all of a piece with May's utter solipsistic stupidity.
On the other hand: Williamson. One could get quite extravagant with the epithets here, so let's just say: a man whose overall maturity makes Osborne look positively statesmanlike. "No one will be sorry to see him go" - a bit of an understatement. (Oh, my mistake: May will be sorry to see him go, apparently. By their acolytes shall ye know them ...)
And finally, Mordaunt! Who in 2018 regaled us with her opinion that "trans women are women". Maybe that came with some qualifying nuances: but this is not a string of words I expect to hear from, well, anyone with claims to native English-speaking adulthood and the power of reason.
Still, being a naval reservist is nice. We must clutch at such straws as we find.