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You are joking aren't you lad? She shouldn't have run to represent people and claimed to be able to fight for them if she isn't sure she knows what she believes in and what to say.
People like to pretend it isn't about how well you do the PR game but it is, because that's what effectively gets your campaigns for your constituents across.
Listen to the interview, even if it was unfair, it would be better to say she was pushed for time and was moving on from an obviously unhelpful interview.
Instead she literally stops talking and all you hear is the awkward wording of a random guy going 's-s-sorry she's got to go, she's got another one booked in.'
I work in communications and PR and just about ebverybody knows that when you book in a radio slot you agree a time frame and how long for.
It was an absolute fucking shambles. You have a duty to represent people and answer for yourself, don't get elected to Parliament if you think everybody is going to be clapping you on wishing you well constantly.