Even in the early days of the General Election campaign, Theresa May’s refusal to debate and inability to engage with real people are drawing attention. Mrs May only seems happy to appear in the most controlled of environments – and even then she looks stilted, scripted and ill at ease.
In sharp contrast, Jeremy Corbyn looks not only happy to be out and about, mingling with the rest of us, but good at it. It’s his natural element and his authenticity – not seen for decades in a General Election campaign, is an incredible breath of fresh air that has shaken the Establishment.
Today, he was filmed reading Michael Rosen’s We’re going on a bear hunt to nursery school children at Brentry Children’s Centre – and looking absolutely at ease with himself and with them:
Contrast this with Theresa May’s evident unease – and distaste – during her recent visit to a school:
Bear Hunt‘s author, Michael Rosen, is a firm fan of Mr Corbyn, so he’ll no doubt be as delighted by the events as the children were to meet a man so clearly warm and humane.
For the sake of children everywhere, we need Jeremy Corbyn in Downing Street.
And not just so they don’t have to endure any more visits from the grimacing Theresa ‘Miss Trunchbull’ May – for their chances of a decent future, and ours too.
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