Village hall removes May’s ‘children’s party’ from calendar

It appears that the SKWAWKBOX highlighting the problems of Theresa May’s camouflaged appearance in a Scottish village hall has caused some embarrassment – to May, the Hall’s committee or both.

May’s team had booked the event as a child’s birthday party. Here’s how the calendar looked before the SKWAWKBOX’s article:

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Here’s how it looks today:

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Well after the event, someone has decided that having the PM’s visit down as a child’s party wasn’t a good idea. Bolted horses and stable doors come to mind – especially as the image of the original booking is well and truly ‘out there’ now so there’s no hiding it.

The problems for May and the Crathes Trust are not gone, of course. The Trust’s statement of purpose still says that it exists for the benefit of the local community – and locals were not allowed in, or even near, an event that was deliberately disguised in a way designed to prevent them turning up.

And Theresa May is  still, of course, failing to meet the public – which was her excuse for dodging TV debates with Jeremy Corbyn – except by accident and disastrously.

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  1. What else would you expect from people who want their village hall bookings to be inclusive and, above all, honest.

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