back to (underlying theme of) OP's question:
I think there is a longstanding, simplistic, tendency to blame anything untoward which can be postulated on having a political partial cause, however farfetched, on the person of the PM. This is obviously irrational, but understandable after a major tragedy. This tendency is now magnified by modern social media, of course. Such blame attribution may be logically defensible (but dangerous!) in a nation ruled directly by the controlling machinery of a feared dictator, like Stalin or Hitler, or one perceived (wrongly) to be such (like the Kaiser during WW1), but is obviously untenable in a functioning representative democracy when both Government and Opposition Parties are a loose coalition of often mutually antipathetic factions.
When, as a newish immigrant, I first became aware of UK domestic politics, older people were still blaming things in highly personal terms on Attlee or Churchill, later it was Macmillan or Wilson, soon Thatcher or Blair, Brown or Cameron. The PMs who rarely attract such personal opprobrium seem often to be those who (or whose incumbencies) as PM are (sometimes equally wrongly) are perceived as having made less of a general impact, a few issues aside: Eden, Douglas-Home, Heath, or Callaghan.
Sometimes the personal attack gets truly absurd. I recall a UK journalist, newly arrived in clean clothes, interviewing a UK survivor of the Thai tsunami who had been left with only the clothes (tattered) in which she stood, as established early in the interview. The journalist was pressing the survivor hard to blame Mr Blair personally for the tsunami...
But back to the particular theme: it is understandable that this PM may be seen by some as representative heir and advocate of a political and economic class and movement which in the richest Boroughs of London have pursued at local level policies which have made life in general and housing in particular harder for their ordinary (now, relatively poor) residents at the expense of some of the extraordinarly rich ones. It is not that long ago when such policies in another wealthy Borough were enthusiastically backed by the Government of one of this PM's predecessors, but then determined not only to have been contrivedly cruel but actually illegal:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shirley_Porter
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