The SKWAWKBOX has featured a number of articles highlighting the stark contrast between the towering start to Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn’s campaign and Theresa May’s sparse, tightly-controlled but still painfully gaffe-prone schedule.
The gulf between the two makes it very easy to understand why Mrs May has decided to make herself scarce, especially in view of her evident discomfort interacting with the public and her shaky appearance at PMQs and when forgetting the name of a town in which she was speaking to a TV interviewer.
It has made a mockery of her ‘strong and stable’ mantra – but it’s also becoming apparent that her condition appears to be contagious – and has spread to her whole front bench.
On Monday, Labour MP Sue Hayman was scheduled to be on BBC’s Newsnight programme to debate the government’s record on air quality – a government legal bid to delay publication…
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