Tag: Miliband

Jan 25, 2017 / / PMQ sketch
Dec 7, 2016 / / PMQ sketch

Imagine, if you can, Robert Peston’s older brother; the same strangulated syntax, the same windmilling arms. Step forward David Lidington, MP for Aylesbury, Leader of the House of Commons and, for – one lunchtime only – the PM in PMQs.…

Read the PostPMQS – Not quite a waste of time.

Jun 29, 2016 / / PMQ sketch
Jun 8, 2016 / / PMQ sketch

It is only when you write Ed Miliband into the equation that you can start making sense of Jeremy Corbyn and Prime Ministers Questions. Regular readers will remember how Ed mastered the one step forward-several steps back, approach to PMQs…

Read the PostOn your Ed!

Apr 27, 2016 / / PMQ sketch

Bumptious is the sort of word you carry in your back pocket hoping to find a sentence to stick it in. Just when you think you never will, up steps David Cameron, Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.…

Read the PostMiliband the Younger -Two steps back.

Jan 13, 2016 / / PMQ sketch

The Labour Party popped out for half an hour at lunchtime to have a go at the Government. Actually it was not quite 30 minutes, more like ten, but after the week they have just had… Suspending self-mutilation for Prime…

Read the PostAnd Ed begat Jeremy.

Dec 30, 2012 / / Politics
Dec 19, 2012 / / PMQ sketch

The Ghost of Christmas Past slipped quietly into a place amongst the late-comers at the back of the Chamber and as Dickens said: [pull_quote_center]Its hair, which hung about its neck and down its back, was white as if with age;…

Read the PostF*** me. He’s back.

Dec 12, 2012 / / Politics

David Cameron did something quite startling in the House of Commons today – he stopped getting the hump. The man who provided guaranteed entertainment for all who turned up for his regular appearance at Prime Ministers Questions has apparently cancelled…

Read the PostDave Drops the Dromedary

Dec 5, 2012 / / PMQ sketch

With the end of the world as we know it about to be announced by Chancellor George shortly after 12.30pm, it was obvious that serving up Prime Ministers Questions as an hors d’ouevres would be tricky. But, with Christmas just…

Read the PostWe wish you a Merry Christmas…. in 2018