According to the majority of media reports, Jeremy Corbyn`s lack of leadership qualities is the main reason for Labour`s poor showing in the polls. Andrew Grice, however, tells us that Theresa May frequently has her own ideas on "tackling the excesses of capitalism - curbing executive pay, putting workers on boards", and such like, watered down by her Chancellor (History says that May and Hammond will sink or swim together, 11/03/17).
Why aren`t May`s obvious leadership problems headline news, like the Labour leader`s are? Why isn`t the media demanding to know who is actually making the decisions, and running the country?
May escapes criticism and derision, even though failing to carry out promises made on the steps of 10 Downing Street last July; Corbyn stands up for the ordinary people, state schools and the NHS, and gets lambasted!