September 10th, 2012

Sunday Politics Line Up Changes

Fans of BBC1’s Sunday Politics may be a little disappointed when Andrew Neil’s show returns this month. Sadly, sexy journalist and part-time Labour councillor Rowenna Davis will no longer be seen on the show’s pundit panel. Westminster is full of people with faces for radio but she will be replaced on the panel by the Guardian’s chief political correspondent, the equally pretty Nick Watt.

Guido reported this first in his Daily Sunday Star column.


11 Comments

  1. 1
    Dingo says:

    Andrew Marr is now known as Stinkfinger after getting up to the knuckle

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  2. 2
    anon says:

    Exciting. Beeb replaces one Guardian journalist [I use the term loosely] with yet another Guardian hack.
    Has she been shortlisted for a future election ‘shoe’ in G ?
    PPE from Oxbridge makes it look like a foregone conclusion.

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  3. 4
    les says:

    A lefty for a lefty.

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  4. 5
    Pundit too too says:

    One Labourite for another.

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  5. 6
    Aunty Matter says:

    She is fit though, and is usually on Sky News once a week doing the paper review, normally in skimpy tops or skirts.

    Totty on!

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  6. 9
    Whippersnapper2 says:

    Anybody from the failing G******* will be disastrous. Has he got bigger tits then?

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  7. 10
    Hitler's Yoof says:

    No one is interested in the jumped up bint. I am certainly not paying for the pretentious twat.

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Can anyone help me? I went on holiday a week ago and returned to find someone has pulled out the stake and Gordon Brown is back and acting as Prime Minister. What did I miss? Has there been a snap election?


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