On 15 May 2017 at 5:05pm Watcher wrote:
Jeremy Corbyn used May`s disastrous ITV interview in which she came a cross like a rabbit caught in the headlights, to challenge her to debate,which she of course won`t do, as she is useless outside of her little blue bubble.
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On 15 May 2017 at 5:14pm Ed Can Do wrote:
She looked terrified throughout and even with Peston filtering out the actually difficult questions she struggled to give an answer to anything asked of her.
On 15 May 2017 at 5:16pm Pesto wrote:
Teresa May #Roboflop
On 15 May 2017 at 6:36pm Sperminator wrote:
She'll be back
On 15 May 2017 at 6:39pm Mark wrote:
She's quite good at stringing together the fairly meaningless soundbite phrases that other people have written for her. And getting them all in the right order. But she does seem nervous and twitchy. I've concluded that she's nervous because, on some level, she's aware that she's a bit out of her depth intellectually. It would be delicious to watch her attempt a debate with Corbyn. He's got the substance to speak extemporaniancly.
On 15 May 2017 at 6:43pm Mark wrote:
Extemporaniously rather. Not an easy to spell. I think that that's correct.
On 15 May 2017 at 7:40pm Sussex Jim wrote:
What a lot of useless twaddle in the above posts. Jeremy Corbyn has probably almost fifty years of experience from his student days until now in putting over his socialist point of view. Mrs. May has only recently come up through the ranks to be elected as leader.
But she has far more balls than the likes of Cameron, Major or Heath. She may not be good on a TV debate- but she has the support of the majority of the decent hard-working people behind her; who will no doubt elect her Government to be a strong independent nation once again.
On 15 May 2017 at 8:33pm Lewes resident wrote:
On 15 May 2017 at 8:38pm Lewes resident wrote:
Corbyn isn't perfect, but it's a Labour government that would be elected and providing votes in parliament. Moreover, the Labour Party is pretty well united behind NATO, combatting terrorism abroad, and renewing Trident, so the idea that Corbyn is a 'threat to national security' is laughable. I'd much rather have a Labour government willing to invest in its people than what we have now - a Conservative government reliant on sound bites in order to obscure the mess it's in and its lack of any decent proposals for the next five years. For investment in housing, education, infrastructure, social care and green energy, Labour is the best option for the country at large.
On 15 May 2017 at 10:29pm Sussex Dim wrote:
I know my place.
On 16 May 2017 at 5:31am Harry wrote:
"Mrs. May has only recently come up through the ranks to be elected as leader."
Who exactly VOTED for this prime minister outside a handful of Tories who put her on the shortlist?
On 16 May 2017 at 7:02am Chester Packov-Lyze wrote:
@Sussex Jim There are many many things wrong in this country at the moment and the failing underfunded NHS is at the top of the list for most people. Can you explain clearly how the Tories are going to fix the crisis they have created ?
On 16 May 2017 at 7:38am Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
And while you're at it, Sussex Jim, perhaps you'd like to tell us how she proposes to help the tens of thousands of people i the south-east who can't find anywhere that they can afford to live in, and address the shocking state of transport infrastructure
On 16 May 2017 at 8:45am @act wrote:
@act.. years of labour government neglect. Will take some time to put right methinks
On 16 May 2017 at 11:04am Hamid Barr wrote:
Amazing number of rabid ranting champagne lefties on a forum attached to a constituency that's never had a Labour MP.
A vote for Maria Caulfield is a vote for common sense
On 16 May 2017 at 12:46pm bobobob wrote:
And then the next left government will be accused of overspending when in fact they are repairing damage done by the tories in order to help their mates.
p.s. Sussex Jim, 20 years as MP, 6 as Home secretary. Not a newbie really.
On 16 May 2017 at 12:57pm Pedro wrote:
Whatever issues or underlying problems were left in public sector by the Labour government in 2010, have now been brought well and truly to the surface by constant cuts, pay freezes and "efficiency savings". I'd say in 7 years (since Labour), the tories have done a remarkable job in bringing our public services into the spotlight and on to the brink (to breaking point, and where peoples lives and futures are threatened). Another 5 more years, and we should have a few more million people relying on charities, food banks etc. I guess thats the "big society" Cameron wanted, and only can be delivered by a "strong and stable" leader like May.
On 16 May 2017 at 1:20pm Boris wrote:
May be Mrs May should watch and learn how it is done by by studying the likes of Abbot and Thornbury.
The hypocrit socialists of Lewes are an embarrasment to this town.
On 16 May 2017 at 1:32pm Pedro wrote:
We've already scrutinised and criticised Abbott and Thornburys interviews, and the media absolutely went to town on Abbott and didn't skimp on column inches used to ridicule her (totally ignoring the actual policy). Yesterday just so happened to be Theresa May's turn - i'm sure there will be plenty more "incidents" to laugh or defend over the next few weeks.
On 16 May 2017 at 1:36pm Mr Man wrote:
I thought Thornbury did rather well on Marr actually,showing up Michael Fallon as the Assad supporting, mealy mouthed hypocrite he is.