First off, the best campaign video surely goes to Greg Knight - a Conservative from oop North in Yorkshire. Check out his theme tune at the end
On a more serious note, I think this tweet from Jeremy Corbyn is perhaps the key to the result of the election. Theresa May has made "strong and stable" her keywords. I don't see how she can really refute this.
Locally Matthew Offord had a car crash at The Mill Hill Synangogue hustings. Not completely sure if I agree with who won, but agree totally with who the loser was..@Theresa_May, you cannot protect communities on the cheap and by disregarding the views of the police. They've been warning you since 2011. pic.twitter.com/bzGlyaD9dS— Jeremy Corbyn (@jeremycorbyn) June 5, 2017
Jewish News picked up the story, as did the Daily Mirror. Word on the street is that this may have holed Offord below the water line.Well that was interesting... @mikekatz won that hustings, followed by @hill4hendon and probably then the Greens... the Tory MP very wounded https://t.co/xkrnJwxzk1— Adam Langleben (@adamlangleben) May 25, 2017
A hard hitting tweet from the Barnet Greens, basically telling all Tory voters who aren't millionaires that they are "misguided". I'm not entirely sure that this is the way to convince voters, but if the Barnet Greens win, I'll eat my hat (to quote Paddy Pantsdown).
Finally, we end this short round up with the surreal spat between Donald Trump and Sadiq Khan following the latest terrorist atrocity. Just when I thought Trump couldn't be more of a complete A-hole. Even the US ambasssador and US Mayors seem to agree with me.At least £35Billion lost via Corporate taxdodging (source: HMRC). #GE2017 #olsxhttps://t.co/p725peW7Gf pic.twitter.com/SpAWfeIOF4— Barnet Green Party (@BarnetGreens) June 3, 2017
US mayors back Sadiq Khan in Donald Trump Twitter row https://t.co/Ex9C9RXOb9— Patricia allen (@Eamon0303) June 6, 2017