It seems that Tory Party activists are wary of mentioning their leader's name on the doorstep in case their local election efforts are tarnished with the ongoing Brexit Betrayal.
And the Express reports Jan French, chairman of a Conservative Association in a Cambridgeshire constituency as saying:
“I don’t talk about her at all.
“As far as we are concerned these are local elections and they are nothing to do with national politics.
“We are having a bit of a tough time on the doorsteps and we want to be talking about local things we can do and achieve.”
Now, as I said in a video yesterday, the two main parties are going to have the devil's own job to sort out a Brexit stance they can present to the people in the upcoming EU elections.
And it seems that some Labour MPs have deep seated reservations about holding a second EU referendum, which they say would be divisive but not decisive.
But the Labour Party Leader, Jeremy Corbyn, is already under heavy pressure from some of his MPs to declare that a second referendum is now full party policy. But there are other Labour MPs who are telling him in a letter not to scupper a possible Brexit deal with the Tories by opting for that second referendum.
In the letter they say:
"Insistence on inserting a second referendum into the process would almost certainly cause the talks to collapse. W..