Theresa May has had a disastrous start to her election campaign.
Her first stop today in Bolton left locals somewhat unimpressed after the Prime Minister chose to make her entrance by landing by helicopter on a golf course.
The bungling PM then refused to take or answer questions from local voters or reporters.
And finally, as she whizzed by in her chauffeur-driven car back to her helicopter, a motorcycle policeman in her extensive escort had to have a word with a local taxi driver who was showing the PM in no uncertain terms what he thought of her:
May’s declaration to “connect with voters” not off to a great start then …