While you were out enjoying the May bank holiday, Theresa May was trying and failing to prove she’s not hiding from the public, isn’t the ultimate robot politician and definitely is “strong and stable”. Well, here’s how it went…

Saturday: Theresa May’s latest attempt to “get out and meet the voters” in Scotland began and ended in disaster. As this video of her excruciatingly awkward visit to Aberdeenshire shows, the PM was waved away from the first house she approached and it was all down hill from there…

What happens when you try to canvass “real” people and simply you can’t find any? This is great from @SamSkyNews: pic.twitter.com/JRO6apFnWb

Sunday: May found it difficult to crowbar the words “strong and stable” into her answer over why so many NHS nurses are using food banks in a car crash interview with Andrew Marr…

Monday: A highly embarrassing account of a discussion between May and European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker is published by German newspaper FAZ and summarised in this Twitter thread which goes viral…

Things can only get better…

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