Naomi Long (all): Publish your list of donors
PM: We do, but in NI it must be voluntary.
Barclay (Con): Dodgy foreign doctors are killing English people
PM: Let’s ensure doctors coming to England can at least speak English
By Aaron Peters / @aaronjohnpeters
OneÂ writing collectiveÂ recently referred to the ongoing global financial crisis, with notable acuity, as akin to a â€˜dull explosionâ€™. Into this vacuum, whose intellectual environment can only be characterized as one of inert propulsion, the interpretative tools of policy makers and the majority of academic economists alike simply no longer make sense. […]
This week, Ed Miliband stops on NHS reforms though thousands outside parliament prepare for a day of protests. Low blows and no answers for the British economic malaise. Here is the Prime Minister’s Questions translated for your reading pleasure:
Nick Boles: We need to exit Afghanistan without looking like we’re saying it’s fucked, though it is.
Another week, another Prime Minister’s Questions. Cameron seems to be on the ropes after the farce of the emergency meeting this week, so predictably, Ed Miliband cashes in.
Betts: You said you want to cut crime but you are cutting police numbers.
PM: Crime is down and we’re cutting bureaucracy
Javid: Coach crash in France affected my patch, […]
Over the last few days there has been outrage amongst the British public whipped up by the Tabloid Press, both Labour and Conservative MPs alike that Abu Qatada, often described as “Bin Laden’s right hand man in Europe” has been freed by British courts and our immigration system refuses to deport him to a […]
So it was the big day for Welfare Reform Bill, with plans of cutting benefit to disabled children, cancer patients and families living in adequate accommodation. Labour had a big chance to show whose side they were on and… well read it for yourself.
Farrely (Lab): You are cutting front line officers. Stop that shit
PM: Labour […]
By Matt Potter / @mattpotter
Some stories write themselves. Some never get written, though theyâ€™re better by far. Thereâ€™s something irreducible about them, too many loose ends. They donâ€™t have neat beginnings and endings. They donâ€™t fit our (journalistsâ€™, readersâ€™) idea of the arc. Sometimes theyâ€™re just collected impressions.
This oneâ€™s like that, and Iâ€™m setting it […]
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 […]
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 →
Disclaimer: THIS IS A JOKEÂ
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*
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