I have never read such mean spirited comments no wonder the Tory Party is still seen by some as the nasty party.
Steve Richards has tweeted 'Having watched again T May handled all the traumas of her speech with wit and dignity. But that's not how it'll be seen.' how true is that!
"It was a dry cough, where her voice kept fading. When you are suppressing your true feelings, or indeed feel you are not telling the truth as you would like to, your voice is often affected. It is called body reaction. Any people notice when they are in a suppressive relationship that their voice is often affected by coughing or indeed being lost completely. " what rubbish there is no medical/psychological evidence what so ever for what you have just stated. She had a standard cough and it is quite likely the increased adrenaline did make her cough reflex more sensitive.
1. Her speech was THE most important part of the week, why was it not?
2. You cannot halt the normal stages of a URTI which often results in a cough especially when public speaking
3. What difference would the autocue have made, she wasn't reading it word for word it was pretty good I thought
4. Yeah and how would that have gone down if she hadn't undertaken the 26 interviews I could imagine how that would have played out
You are being mean spirited she had a cough get over it
In reply to MarcusSquires99 comment which has disappeared "Spoiling your ballot is not voting, Ma'am."
Voting NONE or spoiling your vote is a positive protest, to say: ‘I believe in democracy, but I do not support any of the candidates. I want better politics in the UK"
I also understand that all the spoilt ballots have to be read out to candidates
I totally agree I am incensed with rage as to how Hammond, Johnson et al are behaving at this time. Brexit is a divisive issue but even so everyone must pull together. It is a pity we ever had the referendum but what is done is done and we must make the best of it. Speaks someone who voted remain (I am now what is called a 'Releaver') and who is not a member but usually votes Conservative. But trust me if Hammond, Johnson et al lurch us to another election I will for the first time in my life not be voting Conservative. However, I will not be voting for any other party, so the only recourse I will have be to spoil my vote, because as a women I will not countenance not voting it would be against my feminist principles. I shall be watching the Conservative conference closely and everyone must show a united front to counter this Corbyn personality cult which is gaining momentum!
I totally agree with the above. I was not aware of JRM's views on gay marriage or abortion until now there for I concur with my earlier comments that JRM is too posh, to eccentric and in addition out of touch and totally unelectable as Party Leader and future PM. If the Conservative Party where to vote him in as leader these issues would never be off the agenda with the opposition. Like it was with Tim Farron. JRM would be a disaster Conservative Party get real!