May: I’m not conscious I’m doing the ‘death stare’
The Prime Minister allegedly gave the Labour leader the hostile look during PMQs.
Theresa May has said she was not aware she had given Jeremy Corbyn the “death stare” during Prime Minister’s Questions.
The Prime Minister allegedly “froze” and gave the Labour leader the “death stare” in Wednesday’s exchanges.
Appearing on BBC One’s The Andrew Marr Show, Mrs May said she was “not really conscious” that she had looked at the opposition leader in such a way.
Asked about her response to a question from Mr Corbyn during PMQs, she said: “Somebody else actually yesterday talked to me about this thing they call the sort of death stare.
“I’m not really conscious that I’m doing it at the time.”