I can't say for certain it effects everyone quite the same way, but I can only go by my own experience that it seems to depend on how vulnerable you are to diabetes and your lifestyle
It's not likely to be lack of exercise and over indulgence in her case, but stress and diabetes are not good bedfellows either and with all the politics around Brexit and whatever you think of her, she must be suffering a lot of stress over the last few years
From what I've seen, Diabetes can change your personality, it can effect your judgement and at the time you are not necessarily aware of it, I certainly wasn't
It's only when it's well managed you notice the difference, and in her circumstances it must be hard to stop it flaring up
So the short answer is maybe, it's certainly possible that she could be finding it hard to manage her diabetes, but who knows for certain, everyone is effected by it differently so it's hard to tell with certainty
Well, It's good to see that Boris can remain consistent about something.
'Writing of him in a school report in April 1982, he said: “Boris really has adopted a disgracefully cavalier attitude to his classical studies . . . Boris sometimes seems affronted when criticised for what amounts to a gross failure of responsibility (and surprised at the same time that he was not appointed Captain of the School for next half): I think he honestly believes that it is churlish of us not to regard him as an exception, one who should be free of the network of obligation which binds everyone else.” '
Has Crispin gone a bit madder than usual or is he correct in his assessment?
Conservative MP Crispin Blunt says the PM has taken a no-deal Brexit off the table, having "listened to a remainer Parliament".
He suggests her statement "will represent the most shameful surrender by a British leader since Singapore in 1942", a remark greeted with consternation by some on the Conservative benches.
The fall of Singapore to Japanese forces during World War Two was described by the then prime minister Winston Churchill as the "worst disaster" in British military history.
Theresa May says the reality is MPs have shown their intention to do everything they can to take no-deal off the table able and that "we all need to realise that if we are going to deliver Brexit