This putative personality cult is aimed squarely at working class Brexit voters, natural Labour supporters, who probably rather like the idea of a British Prime Minister bopping Fritz on the nose.
Tony Blair now says he finds it hard to be hated by so many people. In particular, by so many inside the Labour movement. From the outside, it's extraordinary to watch the party disown its greatest electoral triumph.
Right now, it seems there’s nothing Labour can do to stop the rot in the places they used to feel safest… In 2017, it seems every part of the UK previously loyal to Labour will turn against them.
The Conservatives could close their campaign headquarters, spend nothing at all on advertising, run election broadcasts consisting of a picture of Jeremy Corbyn’s face with the caption “Really?”, and still win by a landslide.
While voters see Mrs May as supremely powerful and without viable challengers, in the Commons the picture is rather different.