BBC Daily Politics and PMQs

Discussion in 'Current Affairs, News and Analysis' started by ViroBono, Apr 13, 2016.

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  1. I thinth thath cauldah spe-ee-eth .....oh fark it.
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  2. Auld-Yin

    Auld-Yin LE Reviewer Book Reviewer Reviews Editor

    Bit of a kick in the teeth for Jo Coburn?
  3. Sarah Smith, daughter of a Labour politician,
    Laura Kuenssberg, daughter of a Labour donor,
    Ben Wright, son of a Labour politician,
    Jo Coburn, partner of a Labour politician
    Seumas Milne son of former BBC Director General

    I'm sure we could add more to the BBC/Guardian/Labour revolving door.
    Complete silence from the Tory government.

    Fit for rusty sheriffs badge!
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  4. NSP

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    Or she's trying to keep her blood pressure down!
  5. Goatman

    Goatman LE Book Reviewer

    How comfortable would you imagine it is to hold any view that is even remotely right of centre in the groupthink of Festung Salford ?

    How long would a non Left presenter last ?

    Only specialist area reporters can stay afloat. Almost sure the only reason Frank Gardner hasn't been thrust into the outer darkness by Aunty yet is because he ticks the wheelchair box - having survived an Islamist hit.

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  6. NSP

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    Mark Flanagan (communications) - Wikipedia

    "Mark Flanagan is a Senior Partner for content and digital strategy at Portland Communications (a trading style of Portland PR Limited). He is Managing Director responsible for Portland’s Corporate, Health, Content & Brand and Research & Insights teams. He joined from Downing Street where he was head of strategic communications, working from 2005 for the Labour and Coalition UK Governments. He is married to BBC journalist and political correspondent Jo Coburn."
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  7. I'll believe all that after I've seen her interviewing some of the more devious, lying shits among our grisly politicos. "Exciting and fresh", eh? That's not a recommendation; more a warning that she'll be eager to be seen as kewl (or whatever's the fashionable word). Neil is, without any opposition whatsoever (possibly Coburn...) the most professionally capable political presenter working in the UK at the moment; comparisons will be drawn.
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  9. Nowhere near, and left-bias permanently on show. Thoght her eyes were a bit odd today, if not blackened recently then bags are starting to show.
  10. How is that even possible. The annoying prick seems to be everywhere in any case.
    That said; I'm really pleased that we are back into the Political season on the box, welcoming Andrew Marr back yesterday. We definitely needed a break from it all, but there is feck all decent (in my opinion) to fill the void when Parliament is on its summer recess.
    Politics - a real life Game of Thrones, without the breasts!
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  11. Just looked on DP/SP web page, and Jo Coburn or Anny Oakley get a mention.

    Is Brillo poorly ?

    ? @bigeye ?
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  12. Why DID she spend the whole programme SHOUTING ?!

    You think they would have told her how the microphone worked :( .
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