It good waking up this morning; Teresa May paid an early morning visit to Smithfield Market expecting to be greeted by lots of friendly supporters.
I spent three hard years as a meat trader, working off market and I was very pleased to hear her being heckled and booed by some meat porters and traders calling out 'Vote Labour'.
Obviously, I hope anyone reading this who has a vote will vote for change and vote Labour.
No party leader has ever faced such sabotage and opposition from his own M.P's and then stood a second time as leader and won with a higher vote.
Over the last five weeks nearly all the press and T.V. has been attacking him.
And yet consistently, the opinion polls have moved his way.
Great crowds have turned out to hear him speak.
He always had a mountain to climb but there is still time to reach the summit.
Finish May in June.
"I kept the faith and I kept voting
Not for the iron fist but for the helping hand
For theirs is a land with a wall around it
And mine is a faith in my fellow man
Theirs is a land of hope and glory
Mine is the green field and the factory floor
Theirs are the skies all dark with bombers
And mine is the peace we knew
Between the wars"
(a don't stop till you drop production)
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