The list of the things that are currently in a state of chaos is lengthy. For example:
1. We don't know whether we will have access to the single market or how much damage leaving it will do to our economy
2. We don't know the name of a single country that has actually agreed to do a trade deal with us in time for Brexit.
3. We don't know what conditions those countries will put on any deals
4. We don't know what will happen to the NHS if a trade deal with the US exposes it to foreign competition which will bid to run the easiest and cheapest bits and leave UK taxpayers with the costly parts.
5. We don't know how much we are going to have to pay up front to cover pension obligations we hold within the EU. We do know we won't be getting £350 million a week for the NHS after we leave - despite being promised it
6. We don't know our policy on farming or whether the Conservative Party will scrap every single farm subsidy. We do know that a US trade deal will expose our farmers to competition from huge farms working to lower animal welfare standards.
7. We don't know what will happen to our childrens' education after £354 a head is cut from their budget for a typical North Yorkshire Primary and a crude selective system is introduced.
8. We don't know what May's close ally Donald Trump will say or do next. We do know the last thing he said was the UK was behind the EU in US priorities for striking a trade deal.
9. We don't know which parts of the country will have fracking rigs built on them. We do know environmental policies are being dumped at speed by a government that is reckless with our future.
10. We don't know whether people who have lived and worked in the UK for decades will be allowed to stay in the country. We do know UK residents living in places like Spain will have to come back to the UK and use the NHS if they get ill. We also know the last thing the NHS needs is a large influx of elderly sick people.
If that list doesn't worry you then try thinking about the people who have been implementing UK policy since the last election
1. David Cameron promised us strong and stable government at the last election and then ushered in chaos.
2. Theresa May told us to vote Remain in the referendum then utterly changed her mind and announced she was the only person able to lead us through Brexit. She told us she was not going to call a snap General Election then changed her mind. She signed off a National Insurance rise for the self employed days in the first budget of her government. Then days later she cancelled it.
c. Philip Hammond can't tell us when he will balance the books on the deficit in government finance. He doesn't even seem to be aware of the huge problem of our longstanding large balance of payments deficit. He can't get through even his first honeymoon budget without being denounced by the right wing of his own party and made to change it.
d. Jeremy Hunt has pushed the NHS through so many top down re-organisations that it would be on its knees even without his continual cuts in the budget available to treat each patient.
e. We have had so many education Ministers that most people have lost track. Michael Gove was removed before the last election because he was a vote loser. They put in Nicky Morgan who made the mistake of being half way sensible. She was removed for being a threat to Theresa May. Who put Justine Greening in. Only for rumours to start that she will be ditched straight after the election because she won't enthuse about making 70% of our children go to a Secondary Modern School.
e. We are being represented abroad by Boris Johnson. Hardly a safe and reliable pair of hands.
May's government isn't strong and stable. It is made up of some very strange people driven by ideological conviction - not driven by the best interests of the country. The Conservative Party has been taken over by Tea Party zealots far more effectively than any Trotskyist ever managed to do to the Labour Party. It is also deeply split. Particularly over Brexit. Half of them want what is best for business and know that we need the single market and a sensible degree of economic migration. The other half are driven by an extremist ideological faith that everything will be magically better if only we boldly go for the hardest of Brexits. That is why almost a year after the referendum May has yet to announce what her strategy for Brexit actually is.
So all this stuff about strong and stable government is bluster. We have five weeks to expose it or else we'll be exposed to all the chaos that comes with May's team's policy of wishful thinking over Brexit. The country could take decades to recover from the damage. Vote for May and you get a weak country heading for unpredictable chaos. Not my idea of a safe bet.