How is this a generalisation?
Bromley and Havering are some of the poorest areas of London. They vote overwhelmingly Conservative.
Islington however is the 7th richest borough in London and both of its constituencies vote Labour, one of them electing a full-blown socialist.
Although London's voting pattern is much more to do with how many white people are left in the constituency rather than income.
Have you paid attention to the news?
I can't even think of a policy that this government has continued from Cameron. Everything has been shelved.
Help to Buy gone, austerity gone, debt ceiling gone, Northern Powerhouse gone, Heathrow ban gone, grammar schools returned, immigration free-for-all gone, pro-EU line gone, ECHR unilateral abrogation plan gone, Northeast Combined Authority gone, prison policy on its way to reform from punishment to rehab, Lloyds Bank share sell-off gone.
Give me a policy that Cameron introduced and May kept other than Welfare 2012 Act and lax attitude towards driverless cars on public roads.