Interesting that what the media/Twitter bubble think people care about....actually they don't. I think a lot of people are just so fed up of doom and gloom that they've lost interest. I didn't watch it - and don't plan to - nor do I plan to watch the election leaders' debates that the media get so excited about. I really would prefer not to vote at all, but unfortunately my conscience won't let me do that. Instead, my decision of who to vote for has been reductive. I've ruled out every party and politician whose policies/personality I don't like and I've ended up with one I feel indifferent about. I've a feeling this scenario will be the norm for a great many people out there, too. Normal people are just fed up.
So true, though actually found this light relief from the usual Brexit/Election news cycle and as the Duke of Yorks has kind of been an irrelevance since he marched 10,000 men up and down the hill it's actually interesting to see him interviewed it be done in a fairly calm manner, unlike most political interviews.
As for the current news agenda - I kind of long for the days when terrorisms and natural disasters dominated the news - it was far less depressing then!
I preferred the internet when it had a sense of humour.