"If ye love wealth better than liberty, the tranquility of servitude better than the animating contest of freedom, go home from us in peace. We ask not your counsels or your arms. Crouch down and lick the hands which feed you. May your chains set lightly upon you, and may posterity forget that you were our countrymen."

Tuesday, 27 October 2009

*Reminder: PMQs Live Chat*

The Daily Politics Live Chat at 11.30am & PMQs from twelve noon.

Live Parliament.

3 comments:

  1. Would the Right Honourable gentleman agree that, since 1973 and all during our long and painful sojourn with our masters in Brussels, through three wars, I beg his pardon - through three active defences of our parliamentary democracy requiring the dismembering of thousands of people, rightly without regard to nationality, age, or sexual orientation, the designation of his favourite biscuit as 'any one with chocolate' was an act of cowardice (roars from the Labour back benches) Yes! Cowardice I say!

    Sadly, it all might just as well be that kind of bs, GV.

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  2. G.O.V.,

    Have you read THIS STORY on how the BBC scurried around the Internet, frantically removing all traces of Andrew Neils "Hob Nob outrage"?

    Apparently they've been successful as you can't download videos from the BBC.....ERMMM REALLY?????

    I think they need to be shown up for the politically correct morons that they undoubtedly are!!

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  3. Edgar, I think you've got PMQs to a tee. Occasionally a back-bencher throws up a good question and sometimes Cameron or Blair manage to highlight Brown's failures - but not often. I'm wondering if anyone will mention the immigration story this week. Cameron no doubt will claim for the backtrack on TA funding.

    Hi D&C, thanks for that. Yes I saw the programme - no one was offended. The BBC have got their priorities wrong and they're very used to this sort of self-censorship, it's a natural state of being for them.

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