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Election TV Debates: What Is May So Afraid Of?

Election TV Debates: What Is May So Afraid Of?

Elliot King April 26, 2017 2

With last week’s news that the country will be heading to the polls once more following the Prime Minister’s announcement of a snap general election, battle buses are being prepared, flyers created and political

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PMQs sketch: Jezza joins Walking Dead party poopers in fancy dress frolic

PMQs sketch: Jezza joins Walking Dead party poopers in fancy dress frolic

James Symonds March 30, 2017 0

And so today was the day, as PMQs precluded the real story in the House – Theresa May’s triggering of Article 50. This should have been the pre-launch party – Tory backbenchers drowning in

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Corbyn: The First Week

Corbyn: The First Week

Robert Tyler September 19, 2015 0

Robert Tyler looks over Jeremy Corbyn’s first week as Labour leader. “A week is a long time in politics.”, Harold Wilson once quipped. Jeremy Corbyn would do well to listen and learn from one

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Two Terms, Ten Years and One Kitchen! – Final PMQs of this Parliament review

Two Terms, Ten Years and One Kitchen! – Final PMQs of this Parliament review

Robert Tyler March 25, 2015 0

Today saw the last session of Prime Minister’s Questions of this Parliament before it being dissolved next week. This was Prime Minister David Cameron’s 146th appearance since taking the job in May of 2010.

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PMQs Review – 06/02/2013

PMQs Review – 06/02/2013

Victoria Monro February 6, 2013 1

  The Labour party’s insistence on calling the reduction in benefits for people with spare rooms in their properties, a “bedroom tax” is effectively more of a lie than Cameron’s claims that the Conservatives

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PMQs Review – 23/1/2013 – Cameron pledges In/Out as Labour shake it all about

PMQs Review – 23/1/2013 – Cameron pledges In/Out as Labour shake it all about

Victoria Monro January 23, 2013 0

Victoria Monro, 23rd January 2013 MIKE Weir, from the SNP, and Jack Dromey, Labour MP, are the saviours of this week’s Prime Minister’s Questions. I credit both of them with asking the only questions

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PMQs Review – 16/01/2013 – …It All Comes Down To Europe

PMQs Review – 16/01/2013 – …It All Comes Down To Europe

Victoria Monro January 16, 2013 3

THE battle between the Government and Labour came down to Europe: and in between the quips and little jokes (that were actually, genuinely amusing for once) was some serious substance, and there are a

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PMQs review – 28 November 2012

PMQs review – 28 November 2012

Backbencher November 29, 2012 2

Victoria Monro,   As a classical liberal, yesterday’s PMQs was, quite frankly, like watching a car crash in slow motion. There was a resigned horror that the sentiments being expressed were becoming increasingly destructive

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PMQs Round-Up – 21/11/12

PMQs Round-Up – 21/11/12

Backbencher November 21, 2012 4

Victoria Monro   For my first ever piece on Prime Minister’s Questions, I rather hoped for a few more fireworks than we actually saw. David Cameron’s infamous red face never made an appearance, and

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PMQs Round-up: Energy prices, the trains debacle and the free market solution

PMQs Round-up: Energy prices, the trains debacle and the free market solution

Backbencher October 24, 2012 1

By Fatuma Ukwaju Andrew Mitchell’s resignation and the not-so-Olympic whiff-whaffing of the recent Energy Bill announcement, led me to believe that Ed Ball’s famous Levelling Hand would make a star appearance in PMQs today.

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