Tuesday evening Mr and Mrs Theresa May appeared on BBC1's One Show.
Mrs May's GE2017 campaign has been carefully controlled so far.
When she has met real people at work and allowed free questioning she has got more than she bargained for.
Amanda reports this re BBC studios Tuesday;
"I found out that Theresa May and her hubby were appearing on the One Show and since my journey home involves passing the studio where it is filmed I put on a JC4PM t-shirt in the hope of doing some photobombing.
There was no hope of that because the security was way too heavy and only BBC staff were getting anywhere near the studio window that I can normally walk past without incident.
I couldn't help being amused to see BBC staff were being herded past the said window, hovering for a bit then going back - I assume to make it look as if the normal number of people were wandering by.
It's a shame the cameras were inside the studio filming what looks to be a bland and pointless show because the real entertainment was taking place in the streets surrounding the BBC. Lots of protests - "End Austerity", "Refugees are welcome here!"
"Let's make June the end of May!"
"Stop the Cull"
There were some great costumes, bloody good speakers and singers. Everyone was well behaved and in good spirits. None of this will ever appear on the BBC of course which is a shame.
Prize for the most entertaining protestor has to go to an absolutely awesome Boris Johnson impersonator leading a "stop Brexit" demo by singing "Ooh ooh ooh- wanna stay in the EU ooh ooh!..."
He was hilarious!"
Op-Ed; Some Jeremy Corbyn and Labour Party supporters have been sharing links and images with a theme 'I like Jeremy Corbyn but' - well it is lesson learned on that score.
The links try to cut through the doubts some voters may have after being all but brainwashed by spin doctors and the right-wing media.
Let's face it what's not to like about current Labour policies?
Some voters remain unsure of Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn but why?
He is a veteran politician, has always been on the right side of political history, wants a fair and decent British society that works for all not just a few, he actually CARES, is not for sale and so much more.
But at PMQs Diane Abbott learned the hard way that the Tory government will sink to any depths to win GE2017.
Their well-paid team of spin doctors under the careful watch of Sir Lynton Crosby, a lizard of Oz who has a track record helping right-wing politicians win elections, knows and will use any trick in the book.
This blogger wonders who spent hours trawling social media so that Theresa May could take a pot shot at Diane Abbott over "I Like Jeremy Corbyn But?"
They obviously know the point of the phrase is to win over support but prefer the smug, arrogant sly digs at PMQs once again proving they are style over substance.
Crosby was knighted post GE2015 for services rendered to the Tory Party; the Tory party who like to use and abuse the honours system and rewarded Crosby and failed Chancellor George Osborne not so long ago.
Crosby was part of an election campaign which is still under police investigation for financial irregularities which could result in jail time for some Tory MPs. Of course if Mrs May can convince people to vote Tory June 8 she may be able to reform the electoral system and save their hides.
With selective reporting of PMQs courtesy of their mainstream media friends you will have to watch the who matinee session on catch up for yourself.
Mrs May really does take the electorate for granted assessing us all as fools.
The campaign to encourage flip flop voters to vote tactically to remove the Tories from office is being spearheaded by
Simply repeating your mantra Mrs May "Strong and Stable" over and over again in true Dalek fashion actually highlights the current government is anything but "Stable and Strong."
They are divided on BRexit and more.
The campaign to persuade voters to vote tactically to oust the Tories from power is being overseen by friends of the Conservative Party.
You are being led like lambs to slaughter but remember you can take a horse to water but not make it drink.
WE will vote and it will be #VoteLabour because here's the thing.
I like Jeremy Corbyn and I dislike Theresa May.
Need more convincing?
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