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Week 35: Prat – David Cameron

September 1, 2013

This week’s prat of the week goes to David Cameron for his cavalier and reckless approach to military intervention in Syria resulting in him losing a government motion on military action against Assad by 13 votes in the House of Commons. David Cameron’s arrogant rashness over Syria has led to Britain stepping away from military […]

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Who would be in your fantasy cabinet?

July 19, 2013

Politics is a dull old business these days. We have a bunch of humanoid politicians who offer absolutely nothing in the way of enlightenment, radical alternative policies, and charm. Bland, sanitised, machine politicians who deliver policy through talking in false rhetorical generalisations, sound bites delivered in threes, avoiding the questions set to them, and surrounded […]

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Some tips on Cross-Examination for the Select Committee Warriors.

July 18, 2011

This Tuesday, the House of Commons Committee Corridor will be going mental! In one room the Home Affairs Select Committee is due to listen to the evidence of Sir Paul Stephenson, whilst a few doors further up – the Culture, Media and Sport Committee is due to question Rebekah Brooks, James Murdoch, the Godfather himself, […]

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