A bloody evasive woman

May 30, 2017 at 1:16 pm (campaigning, Conseravative Party, elections, Jim D, television)

Anyone who missed May’s wretched performance on the TV debate last night, should watch this. The audience openly heckled and mocked her evasions and hypocritical attempt to accuse Labour of failing to provide costings. One audience member even mouthed “bollocks” as she avoided giving a serious answer on NHS funding.

Corbyn, by contrast, gave an impressive performance and dealt with Paxman’s barely-concealed hostility with ease.

What a pity he made such a pig’s ear of Women’s Hour the next morning …


  1. Mick said,

    The Left are coming off their wheels in utter panic, when socialism results in a predicted Tory Westminster majority of 75 seats. Now for the truth.

    Jeremy Corbyn refused to cut migration, said the Falklands LIBERATION was a Tory plot and can’t handle criticism for his IRA remembrances or high business tax plots. He was uncomfortable at trying to preach beyond the converted.

    Theresa May was booed by leftists but was applauded by pensioners, at the point she told them how her social care pay floor would save them up to 75 grand. OAPs in care can lose all but their last 23 grand, while her new floor sees them keep £100,000.

    Refusal to cut immigration alone divides his MP’s and infuriates actual Labour voters.

    • johnanthonypalmergmailcom said,

      Mick – Since I am seriously concerned for your health and – indeed – that of GWC as well – please promise not even to glance at the latest You/Gov opinion poll. The NHS is under more than enough stress as matters stand.

      • Mick said,

        Ah, the Yougov poll – that beautiful straw which the drowning Left think is a lifeboat.

        So Theresa May will lose the majority, eh? Not according to the same people, using the same methods, who misjudged the Brexit and 2015 results?

        Not in a climate where polls are so wayward that one poll says the Tory lead has been slashed to under 5 points last week, while one this week says it’s back to 15 points?

        The poll people are the ones under stress. I look forward to the BBC asking what the hell they’ve been playing at again.

    • Dave said,

      Labour’s poll rating improved after the
      Manifesto was published. It isn’t socialism
      that’s the problem it’s the Leadership.

      • Mick said,

        The public were found to like the sound of Labour policies – who doesn’t love a Santa? – but they can’t abide the reality of socialist rule. The leadership are only that factor in person.

  2. Jim Denham said,

    Oh dear: “anti-Zionists” (sic) were at it again in the wake of JC’s Women’s Hour debacle. To his credit JC immediately defended the interviewer and denounced the “anti-Zionists”:


    • Mick said,

      Ah, whatever happened to the robust criticism of Corbyn on this blog?

      Corbyn always says he can’t abide antisemitism, terrorism or whatnot. But he’s never out of bed with its agents. His own fan club have been known to send antisemitic abuse to Labour MPs, along with the rape and death threats.

      • Glasgow Working Class said,

        Mick, most people including Jim Denham know exactly where Corbyn stands on the Jews, Israel and Islamists/Sinn Fein IRA.😂 A man for all treasons.

      • Mick said,

        Man for all treasons! Love it!

        It’s amazing what the left suddenly ignore when it’s time to vote Labour.

  3. Political Tourist said,

    Think Mick and the Glasgow Bigot are flapping all over the place like a Scottish goalkeeper.
    Crikey, a couple of opinion polls and its man the lifeboats.
    Be us funny as……….if Jeremy pulls this off.

    • Mick said,

      There’s no need to man the lifeboats, unless you’re the left.

      They’re still divided and in disarray, picking the polls that suit them – and coincidentally, the most erratic-looking polls which fall out most with general trends.

      I’m honestly looking forward to election night results. Man those VCRs.

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