We are all, I am sure, familiar with the strong emotions that constructions like between you and I can arouse. Uncertainty over the use of personal pronouns is in part a consequence of the loss of most pronominal inflections that started something like 1000 years ago. Before then, personal pronouns had four cases and three numbers (singular, dual and plural).
I mention this because in an interview on the BBC’s programme ‘Today’ this morning, a man held on police bail began his account with Me and my wife was arrested in September 2010. This is clearly a nonstandard clause. However, in another news item, the reporter Gary O’Donoghue said You’re right. Him and Theresa May and others have been making this argument. Mr O’Donoghue was equally clearly speaking Standard English. This is perhaps just a hint that the day will surely come when personal pronouns either have only one form for each person, or the remaining forms will be used interchangeably without censure.