Lying is almost de rigueur in British politics
Theresa May; humiliated and embarrassed she
rushed into "coalition" with the far right nutters, the DUP.
The DUP opposes same-sex marriage, and formerly campaigned against the legalisation of homosexual acts in Northern Ireland, and let's not forget those worrying "terrorist" skeletons in their closet.
Today Theresa May has called The DUP her "friends." She is in a hole and she just keeps digging.
The Daily Mail and the Express makes no mention of this today but is happy to continue peddling the lies about Jeremy Corbyn.
And let's not forget May's alleged criminal breach of the Representation of the People Act 1983 being investigated by North Yorkshire and Metropolitan police, who are taking the allegations "extremely seriously." This refers to May's lies about Diane Abbott.
This would be another matter not covered by the main stream media including The Daily Mail and the Express.
It will come as a surprise to many, including me, that candidates lying about other candidates is a criminal offence. Lying seems almost de rigueur in British politics. Mr Corbyn being the only exception.
And then the Abuse of public funds... What cost #GE17?
Who might benefit? Who would pay?