SO, THERESA May has decided, in her infinite wisdom, to call a general election, right in the middle of our exit from the EU.

Which is ironic really, as the referendum on the EU was meant to be held this summer anyway.

So, what are the key Tory policies we need to examine?

For starters, there is the fact that she has just abolished housing benefit for working people under the age of 22.

Then there is the abysmal way she has treated the poorest and most vulnerable members of our society – a society where more and more people are being made homeless, food banks in every town and city and slum landlords milking people dry.

And through fracking she wants to industrialise our countryside and poison our water in the process.

And why does she keep banging on about being a Christian?

After all, it says in her good book: “It is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle, than it is for a rich man to enter the Kingdom of Heaven”.

Yet, she is a multi millionaire.

So, logically, she will be heading to the fiery furnace, and not paradise.

In fact, if you look at what Jesus did: heal the sick, feed the hungry, and challenge the status quo, you will see that, in modern parlance, he was a socialist.

So, any Christian who votes Conservative, is wrong.

Whatever spiel the Tories come out with, they still want to frack, and voting for that is signing away all the water we need to exist.

So the only thing you really need to think about is: do I want decent, clean water?

Your decision people. But remember, without water, everything else is irrelevant.

Kenny Lloyd, Norway Street, Portslade