Labour is calling on Theresa May to come out of hiding and face the public
Jeremy Corbyn has been campaigning across the country at public events, meeting people to find out their concerns and hopes.
In contrast, the Prime Minister has emerged only for heavily stage-managed soundbites to the cameras before running into hiding again. At a staged event at a community centre in Leeds last night, party workers and activists were shipped in and staff and the public were excluded.
May continues to refuse to debate Jeremy Corbyn in live TV debates despite overwhelming demand from the voters.
Speaking at Labour’s HQ this morning, Jeremy Corbyn said: “Theresa May is hiding from the public; she won’t take part in TV debates and she won’t talk to voters. Refusing to debate Labour in this election isn’t a sign of strength, it’s a sign of weakness. In showing contempt for the public in this way, the Prime Minister is showing that it’s Labour that stands up for the many, while she speaks only for the few.
"What is she afraid of? Voters deserve to know what political parties are offering.
"We are setting out our plans to rebuild and transform Britain, with a government for the many, not the few.”