Berwick-Upon-Tweed MP Anne-Marie Trevalyn admitted her own son probably wouldn’t vote Tory. Boris Johnson provoked disgust and fury with his poorly judged comments about war-torn Libya. Just today, Prime Minister Theresa May coughed her way through her keynote speech as the graphics on the board behind her fell apart – presumably unintentionally. The same speech was interrupted by a prankster delivering a spoof P45 form, insinuating Mrs May is on her way out of the top job (P45 forms are given to an employee when they stop working for a company).

To cap it all, even the party’s music choices have been subject to critique. Steven Swinford, deputy political editor at the Daily Telegraph, questioned the Prime Minster's choice of walk-on music:

Better yet, Florence and the Machine tweeted to clarify that they had not – and would not have – given the Conservative Party permission to use breakthrough single “You’ve Got The Love” at their conference either.

No word yet from The Source or Candi Staton…