January 17th, 2013

Quote of the Day

Nick Robinson sums up Ed Miliband’s Today programme outing:

“you asked Ed Miliband for clarity on a referendum, he couldn’t give you that clarity”


2 Comments

  1. 1
    Grumpy Old Man says:

    “Today” gave Ed a surprisingly hard time and nick was very downbeat on a fellow socialist. Do Al jabbeeba analysts sense long-term preparations for a palace coup and the enthronement of the other Milliband?

  2. 2
    Pundit Too says:

    Nick Robinson actually stating an obvious truth is a sign that the BBC propaganda machine supporting Ed Millibandwagon has come to wonder if their project is clearly flawed and in vain.
    Its like them supporting the village idiot to the local council on the grounds that he brings a different perspective to their meetings. I suspect over the next two years the BBC will be closely following Ed’s brother.


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Cathy Jamieson MP, Labour’s Shadow Treasury minister, commenting on Treasury analysis of the economic impact of tax changes…

“If the Treasury is looking at the economic impact of tax changes, then surely it should examine the impact of the rise in VAT and cuts to tax credits? George Osborne’s £12 billion VAT rise knocked confidence, helped to choke off the recovery and has cost families £1,350 over the last three years.”



orkneylad says:

What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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