March 2nd, 2012

Political Week in 60 Seconds


11 Comments

  1. 1
    Breaking news says:

    Another win for Ed Miliband, but late news that Steve hilton is leaving 10 downing street.

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  2. 2
    A Right Bustard says:

    What a loaded of irrelevant twaddle from the BBC.

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  3. 3
    Bill and Ted says:

    David Starky rocked on question time last night.

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    • 7
      I don't need no doctor says:

      He made Reeves look what she is, a shallow labour spinner.

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      • 9
        Evil Landlord says:

        Starky was great and Reeves was simply spinning the populist party line every time she opened her mouth to try and appeal to ordinary hard working families – very shallow indeed.

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      • 11
        Ed Balls' pubic hair says:

        I enjoyed it when Starky arse pounded that fat bloater of a Labour supporter who was in denial about the causes of the UK’s deficit.

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    • 8
      Pedalpoweredwheelchair says:

      I thought so too…pure entertainment. The man clearly doesn’t give a damn any more. His decapitation of the larger-boned gentleman in the audience was marvellous. And in response to being told his “Views of women” would be put aside he replied, “Oh let’s not put them aside!”

      Priceless!

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  4. 5
    genghiz the kahn says:

    So who were the Cabinet Office Ministers who saw the memo from the Met to Dr Reid about phone hacking?

    Who cares about the horse, when the great big pile of steaming shit at the other end is marked Labour?

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  5. 6
    Pedalpoweredwheelchair says:

    With arsebags like Santorum and Bachmann still kicking around in US politics I thank God that our politics is so refreshingly mundane.

    I watched that 60 seconds and thought, “Ahhhhh…so good to live in a country where this stuff is still news”.

    *…and was Jerusalem builded here?* Who knows, but it seems a likely spot.

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    • 10
      Tachybaptus says:

      The fields from Islington to Marylebone,
      To Primrose Hill and Saint John’s Wood,
      Were builded over with pillars of gold,
      And there Jerusalem’s pillars stood.

      — William Blake

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