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Op-ed; British state owned media the BBC opted to run a story about a foot-in-mouth gaffe Tuesday lunchtime as its headline feature news report.
The story featured senior Labour politician Diane Abbott.
Ms Abbott's gaffe via LBC came at the end of a long day campaigning admitted BBC reporter Norman Smith who went on to say however it mattered and would feed into the minds of voters.
Well Mr Smith making it the lead story you should know about that!
Diane Abbott says she "misspoke" when she got confused over the cost of Labour's pledge for 10,000 extra police officers for England and Wales.
Wow how very dare she, says this blogger with heavy sarcasm.
#MrsWeakAndWobbly, at this time unelected Prime Minister of the UK, Theresa May is playing a tight game with only selected appearances at events with carefully selected audience members.
Still even she managed a gaffe last week.
"Prime Minister Theresa May wants UK to lead world in 'preventing tourism' in embarrassing campaign trail gaffe" reported the Evening Standard.
She was let off lightly with The Sun calling it a slip of the tongue.
A tale then of two very different media approaches that highlight a broad lack of political independence.
If you want to try to get at the bones of this election look further afield including social media and attend events.
One man who helped the Tories win the 2010 General Election and received an honorary knighthood as well as a fat pay out for that work, Sir Lynton Crosby, is carefully controlling #MrsWeakAndWobbly's campaign now.
Theresa May got short shrift doorknocking in Scotland and that visit had its moments of hilarity not least Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson cutting out reporters by interviewing the PM herself for another photo opportunity.
Tuesday take a look at Cornwall live.
Cornwall Live shares a damning report of #MrsWeakAndWobbly's visit to Cornwall Tuesday.
Still with BBC world news making a huge deal out of a gaffe or was that slip of the tongue by Diane Abbott no wonder Theresa May prefers hide and seek!
Just what does Theresa May have to hide?
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