Natalie Bennett, the leader of the UK's Green Party, is starting to venture back into the media spotlight two months after an aggressive interview with a London radio station that she called "absolutely excruciating."
Bennett appeared stumped and developed a frog in her throat in the February interview after Nick Ferrari, an interviewer/host with LBC, asked her to explain the costs behind a housing policy supported by her party.
"Good Lord, where would you get the money for that?" Ferrari asked, when Bennett explained the policy called for the construction of 500-thousand homes at a cost of just £60,000 each. "What are they made of, plywood?" Ferrari demanded.
Bennett is giving interviews again after a hiatus from media appearances, during which she underwent media training prior to upcoming elections.