Wednesday, May 18, 2011

PMQs LIVE:“Classic Rape” Edition

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

PMQs LIVE: One Year On Edition

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Cameron’s PMQs Catchphrases

A dull Council Questions there, but another interesting line from the PM. Last week it was a nod to Michael Winner and “calm down dear” and this week Cameron went for Benny Hill’s favourite ‘fairy dairy land’.

Is there some sort of catchphrase-dropping bet going on?

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

Dave’s Line Might Not Be a Winner

Cameron evoking Michael Winner at PMQs with “a calm down dear” has led to Labour kicking off and press releasing a demand for an apology. Presumably they are upset that he didn’t say “honorable dear”. Lets hope that someone doesn’t say Go Compare at the dispatch box next week.

Friday, April 1, 2011

Tory MP Gives Labour Two Fingers

Tory MP Anne McIntosh decided not to use one of the six languages that she speaks at PMQs the other day. Although the graphics get in the way, it looks to Guido like she decided to flip the opposition two fingers instead:

Guido is sure it happens a lot, but probably not the best idea when you are sitting behind the Prime Minister. Most Unparliamentary.

Via an anonymous eagle-eyed reader.

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

The Most Annoying Person in Modern Politics

Celebrity PMQs Watch

Steve Coogan was spotted watching PMQs. Not clear whose guest he is.

Nearly as exciting as previous sightings of the  Hoff and Meryl Streep…

A ha.

PMQs LIVE: Wed Ed Edition

Wednesday, March 23, 2011

PMQs & Budget Live : What You Didn’t Read In The Papers

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Frozen Fraternal Love

On Sunday David Miliband admitted how bad was the hurt that his brother inflicted upon him. In doing so he triggered an outburst of sympathy online that ended up with him trending globally on Twitter. Today at PMQs, in reply to Cameron’s taunts, Ed Miliband dismissed his knifing of his brother by asking whether Dave was going to bring up his cousin next. Clearly the line is being held that Ed has done nothing wrong and everything is hunky dory – but is it really?

David and Ed, with their respective entourages, crossed each other’s paths yesterday afternoon between Portcullis House and the Norman Shaw building. Guido’s co-conspirator reports that they walked literally within a few metres of each other in opposite directions and never mind not exchanging words, they didn’t even nod, smile or acknowledge each others presence. “David, I love you so much as a brother…”


Seen Elsewhere

Jason Groves New Mail Deputy Pol Ed | MediaGuido
Cocaine Conservatives | Standard
Jezza Browne Responds to LibDem Haters | LibDem Voice
Why Britain Needs to Leave the EU | Douglas Carswell
Who Tells Ed When He’s Wrong? | Speccie
Hands Off Our Cojones, Mr Clegg | Laura Perrins
London Live Averaging Just 2,400 Viewers | Forbes
Ed’s Constitutional Failure | ConHome
UKIP Poster Girl’s Naked Photos | Sun
Miliband’s Radical Old Labour Agenda | Fraser Nelson
Meet Team Miliband | Dan Hodges


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Dan Hodges on Team Miliband:

“‘Poisonous’, was the picture painted by one former senior advisor. ‘Dysfunctional,’ said one shadow cabinet member. ‘A bunch of medieval courtiers, not an office,’ said another. The most positive description I could get was ‘It’s a work in progress. They’re learning. Slowly. But they are learning.’”



Nick Clegg says:

Do you want lies with that?


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