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Theresa May had a tough grilling on BBC Question Times last night.
In a pre-election appearance chaired by David Dimbleby, she was asked questions by audience members in York and it didn't go great for her.
The first question from a woman named Abigail essentially boiled down to "Why do you lie?" She was thenlater called out on her hypocrisy for criticising Diane Abbott, and then told a nurse who asked about pay rises that there "wasn't a magical money tree".
Ahead of #bbcqt debate here's Volume 2 of our Theresa Translator: what the PM says & what it actually means https://t.co/V8buM2hocv — Labour Press (@Labour Press)
It follows accusations of the PM 'running scared' from debating Jeremy Corbyn.
Another election special, another day where Theresa May refuses to be in the same room as Corbyn because she's running scared! #bbcqt — Shehab Khan (@Shehab Khan)
As some have pointed out.
@labourpress This is actually pretty accurate 😂😭 — Charlie (@Charlie)
@LadyNugeeMP @labourpress who cares about disabled people dying? the deficit is down! — Arjan (@Arjan)
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