Theresa May's political rivals lined up to criticise her for not taking part in a seven-way general election debate.
Did anyone see the debate on BBC 1 last night? No, I didn't think so, wish I hadn't.
Total waste a time. Like the Republican American primary debates when the had all the candidates, especially Trump, all shouting at each other, this was exactly the same. Too many people, too much noise. I thought Amber Rudd actually did a good job as everyone else was all against her. I wonder if she'll do a "May" in the future and stick the knife into her boss for a chance at the top job. She carried herself well, although I don't share all her views especially on the brief that she is in charge of.
I agreed with some of what Nuttal said, but he really came across as creepy, perhaps he was just nervous, but he basically made my skin crawl.
Little boy Farron gave it his best shot, can't remember a word he said.
Caroline Lucas was firing on all guns, shame she's a socialist with a different label, as I rather like her.
Angus from the SNP was his usual snarling self.
And finally Corbyn was pretty much drowned out by all of them. Obviously, it was a browny point to him for turning up at the last moment, but he seemed to be quite happy just to stand there most of the time and let the others slog it out. As he is the main rival against May for the PM job, he should have been right at the centre of things, but he wasn't.
May probably made the right decision not to attend. It was a mess.