It was the first PMQs of 2012, and Ed Miliband didn’t appear to have much of a comforting break. PerceivedÂ harsh criticisms from his guru, Lord Glasman, tepid polling, shortly followed byÂ his embarrassing blackbusters’ gaffe. David Cameron meanwhile has postured on executive pay, made some potentially counterproductive interventions on the future referendum on Scottish independence. Also […]Read more →
This is our semi-regular account of Prime Minister’s Questions, each PMQ exchange has been condensed into less than 140 characters.
Though it is based on what was said,Â it isn’t a literal document so don’t sue us.
When upwards of 2 million public sector workers were on strike, hundreds of thousands of people were marching across the country […]
So as construction workers blocked roads in the City of London, students assembled for 10,000+ strong demonstration against the education fees and cuts… our rulers and would be counterparts held their weekly debate. Here is our translation for your reading pleasure…
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On Friday 12th August, three days after the England riots had come to an end, the Conservative Communities Secretary, Eric Pickles declared on the BBC that “looters should be evicted”. David Cameron later that day, had given his “full backing” for councils toÂ evict entire families. Wandsworth Council had already served an eviction notice on Wednesday […]Read more →
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Ed M: How is the Business Growth Fund going?
PM: I’d happily blame you gits for every problem we’re facing. We are doing more than you
Ed M: Keep chatting shit. You’ve helped two businesses. Are you doing enough?
PM: You failed to control banks, so *blows raspberry*
As some followers of The Multicultural Politic, are aware, every now and then I translate the waffle and guff spoken during Prime Minister’s questions into ordinary language. The words in quotes are literal, everything else is inferred by me.
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The Boundary Commission has this week published proposals for new Parliamentary constituencies for England which if passed could have dramatic impact on the way South London is represented in the House of Commons. A consultation on the changes is now underway and the final recommendations will require approval by Parliament.
In Lambeth, the proposals would create […]
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