"What makes a good leader" they were asked. The Green Party co-leader Caroline Lucas had a response “I think the first rule of leadership is to show up" referring to PM Theresa May not being part of this debate.
SNP's leader in Westminster Angus Robertson described May as "not so much Iron Lady as the u-turn queen".
Then of course there was the Conservative Party broadcast. Here PM May made two major mistakes. Mistakes, years ago, I learnt not to make.
One: Don't mention your competitors. It could make you sound bitter and it gives free advertising for your competitors.
Two: Don't don't ever mention the danger of a 'hung parliament'. It makes her sound insecure. May's obviously worried about a 'hung parliament'. She should be confident and assume that she's going to handsomely win. I was never a big fan of Margaret Thatcher but she did have that confidence in assuming she was always going to win. And she was right up to when she was overthrown by her party.
Is quite strange for me saying all this. I'm not normally very interested in politics. But that I am very interested in the way that people say things and their body language. Because I wear two hearing aids what I hear combined with a person's body language are very important to me.
If I see or hear an inconsistency it makes warning alarm bells ring in my head. And what Theresa May was saying and her facial expressions were making alarm bells ring in my head.
I do of course sometimes focus on that kind of thing in my novels. Do you read that? My NOVELS plural.
The warnings expressed in my 'Deprivations' novel.
And the intrigue coupled with my extensive knowledge of USA expressed in my 'The Ruler of Hell - The Devil's Sister' novel.
Am I suggesting the Devil is Donald Trump and his 'sister' is Theresa May? Well, certainly not consciously anyway.
I'm not particularly religious. I certainly don't approve any 'faith' views that encourage violence/murder.
Let's face it, Judaism, Christianity and Islam all derive from the same source and therefore one of their fundamental teachings are 'thou shalt not kill'. (although in the Quran it adds 'unless you're attacked' - in other words - self-defense but of course some take it as meaning more than that.)
It's a shame many of the people who express they follow these faiths don't actually adhere to that rule of 'thou shalt not kill'.
Read these books and take a break from the stress of the world's politics.
'The Ruler of Hell - The Devil's Sister' novel will be released in paperback format soon.