I think it is the ‘meeja’ who are following them to the hustings and keep asking them questions. Journalists do not seem to have grasped the rest of us are weary with it and just want it over. They are deluded enough to think they can change people’s minds by all this tittle tattle.
......but if the papers didn't print anything about the leadership campaign and it wasn't mentioned on tv news bulletins you'd soon want to know why it was being kept secret. Can't bloody win!!
Journalists are at the beck and call of their paymasters and constantly under threat of losing their jobs if they don't do exactly what the proprietors want. How many people do you think enter journalism with the express intention of tapping phones and hounding newly bereaved parents or traipsing around the country after lacklustre politicians?
And if people are happy with Boris the Buffoon leading us out of the EU, then be prepared for a "no deal" scenario. I doubt he'll have many left in the current government to support him as a few have said they'd quit if he got in.
As well as stuffing up the Brexit issue, the government should have given the voters the chance to decide who should lead the country.
Be prepared for even more turbulent times (and I don't vote Labour, Lib Dem etc. etc. in case anyone thinks I have a biased view about/against the Conservatives.)
Yes, I am pleased! Yes it is great news! The country voted for Brexit and hopefully now we will get it! For those who didn’t vote perhaps it will be an awakening to their responsibilities. I never vote for a leader of a party, I vote for the party with the manifesto that reflects my views. I voted for the Conservative manifesto at the last election which Mrs May did not deliver so now there is a chance it might be. Backbones needed for the final push.