Theresa May is ‘too busy meeting voters’ to have a TV debate. When is she going to meet the voters? : i News


Theresa May speaks to Tory activists in Bolton (Photo: Andrew Yates/PA Wire)

In Sedgley, a town in the West Midlands connecting Wolverhampton and Dudley and known for its high levels of anti-social behaviour offences, 73-year-old Graham Mills was not happy to see the Prime Minister. ‘Get off my lawn’ Mr Mills, who was cutting his grass when “a load of cars pulled up”, was not expecting visitors and grew increasingly unimpressed by the surprise call. “She [Theresa May] asked if she could walk across my lawn and I said ‘no, not really, I have just cut it’,” he told Midlands paper the Express and Star. He then asked Mrs May questions on Europe, privatisation and her decision not to take part in TV debates but complained he received “really disappointing” results on all counts. “I was amazed at how nervous she was,” he said. The invisible canvasser Those nerves are perhaps understandable. Because, remarkably, Mr Mills appears to be the only voter…

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