Anti-Corbyn BBC headline makes out that being Prime Minister is a closed-book exam
The top BBC headline yesterday afternoon was that, on Woman’s Hour, Jeremy Corbyn was not able to recall the cost of Labour’s childcare policy off the top of his head.
Not that it hadn’t been revealed – Angela Rayner had announced it previously, and he had access to it.
Nor that he got it wrong, but that he couldn’t immediately remember it and had to look it up.
And the follow-up question was whether this meant we couldn’t trust Labour with our money.
Running the country isn’t a closed-book exam. You don’t have to know every relevant figure without notes.
If you don’t know it, isn’t it a good reaction to say so and look it up, rather than trying to bluff or refusing to answer?
#BBCbias #MediaBias #GiveCorbynAFairChance: The top BBC headline yesterday afternoon was that, on Woman's Hour, Jeremy…
(Meme republished from @thesatireparty)