Theresa May breaks law in #BBCQT special #GE17

Theresa May breaks law in #BBCQT special #GE17

The SKWAWKBOX Apart from some desperate spinning by the Tories and their pet media – including an email from party chair Patrick McLoughlin criticising Corbyn’s lack of enthusiasm for incinerating millions – there’s a huge consensus that Jeremy Corbyn won last night’s BBC Question Time special by a distance, in spite of aggression by a number of Tory plants in the audience who were allowed more questions than anyone else. Even some right-wing commentators agreed:…

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Theresa May ‘under investigation re Brexit profits’

Theresa May ‘under investigation re Brexit profits’

The SKWAWKBOX Theresa May’s woeful start to her General Election campaign – which has seen Labour gain thirteen percentage points in voting intention polls – looks set to become a full-blown disaster. Reports are beginning to emerge from multiple sources suggesting that Mrs May is under investigation by the Propriety and Ethics group of the Cabinet Office in connection with an alleged failure to declare an enormous conflict of interest on Brexit related to profits…

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BBC reporter (close relative of 2 Tory MPs) accused of collaborating with Theresa May on planted questions

BBC reporter (close relative of 2 Tory MPs) accused of collaborating with Theresa May on planted questions

Pride’s Purge Channel 4 correspondent Michael Crick claims reporters are asking Theresa May questions which have been pre-chosen by her press team: During campaigning, May’s press team regularly refuse to allow questions from reporters who are “not on their list”. Interestingly, at a closed event yesterday in York, the first reporter Theresa May called by name to offer her a question was BBC political correspondent Eleanor Garnier. A BBC reporter who also happens to be closely related to…

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Bolton voters show Theresa May in no uncertain terms what they think of her

Bolton voters show Theresa May in no uncertain terms what they think of her

Pride’s Purge Theresa May has had a disastrous start to her election campaign. Her first stop today in Bolton left locals somewhat unimpressed after the Prime Minister chose to make her entrance by landing by helicopter on a golf course. The bungling PM then refused to take or answer questions from local voters or reporters. And finally, as she whizzed by in her chauffeur-driven car back to her helicopter, a motorcycle policeman in her extensive escort had to have…

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