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With any luck after his dire performance last night,QT will not invite him back.What a waste of airtime.
To be fair, the bar was set lower than a snakes belly last night. A very poor Tory MP who found it difficult to string a coherent sentence together, two mediocre, sound bite heavy female MPs whose only redeeming feature was they were both wearing glasses worthy of a porn movie appearance and finally Mr Witherspoons who had a few good riffs, but was off form last night. But, yes, Mr Vegan slotted in very well! :smile:
 
LB is almost spitting hatered at the audience every time she speaks.
She has a massive problem with adressing an audience.
I'll bet her husband drinks a lot.
He's probably pleased she's away from home most weeks. Probably wishes he needed a hearing-aid too.
 
Lib Dem is out of touch and not popular with the audience.

It's a division with a maximum 200 of miles, depending on the available open waters.

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Good pic, shows the value of Rockall.
 
Yes; Weasel faced is fair.
Fair? I will stick with rat-face as an apt description.

Rats, unlike weasels, intrude in our lives and cause death and misery.
 
Godfrey talks about our useless Doris and her lies

imo very accurate.
 

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The panel for tonight's show is:-
Secretary of State for Housing James Brokenshire,
Shadow Attorney General Shami Chakrabarti, SNP's leader at Westminster Ian Blackford, Director of the Institute for Government Jill Rutter,
columnist Charles Moore.
 
The panel for tonight's show is:-
Secretary of State for Housing James Brokenshire,
Shadow Attorney General Shami Chakrabarti, SNP's leader at Westminster Ian Blackford, Director of the Institute for Government Jill Rutter,
columnist Charles Moore.
Adrian Chiles has just announced both Nick Ferrari and Will Self are panellists in addition to Chakrabarti, Blackford and Brokenshire?
I do hope so - Ferrari handing Shami her arse should be worth tuning in for!
 
The panel for tonight's show is:-
Secretary of State for Housing James Brokenshire,
Shadow Attorney General Shami Chakrabarti, SNP's leader at Westminster Ian Blackford, Director of the Institute for Government Jill Rutter,
columnist Charles Moore.
I hope someone asks the panel their thoughts on Brexit votes being bought with peerages, will be interesting to see the Shadow Attorney General's opinion
 
Adrian Chiles has just announced both Nick Ferrari and Will Self are panellists in addition to Chakrabarti, Blackford and Brokenshire?
I do hope so - Ferrari handing Shami her arse should be worth tuning in for!
Site still lists the originals - might Chiles be naming his guests on his radio wash-up ?
 
The panel for tonight's show is:-
Secretary of State for Housing James Brokenshire,
Shadow Attorney General Shami Chakrabarti, SNP's leader at Westminster Ian Blackford, Director of the Institute for Government Jill Rutter,
columnist Charles Moore.
May's Brexit / Blame it on Brexit Brokenshire...*
Shouty Blackford.... "Independence! INDEPENDENCE! FREEDOM!!!"*
One law for the many and one law for fellow travellers, it's a sham Shami Chakrabarti...*
Charles Moore sometimes has worthwhile things to say...
Jill Rutter - says she is a big fan of facts. Not impressed with the way Brexit negotiations have been done.
Best available Brexit not entailing excessive damage?
I'm not 100% sure but I get the impression she is not overly keen on Brexit. It may be interesting to get her take on the current chaos.

If anyone brings up the dip in the markets, it's ongoing elsewhere and is not a Brexit symptom, though the chancellor amongst others would like us to think so.

*allegedly
 
Site still lists the originals - might Chiles be naming his guests on his radio wash-up ?
Ah, could be - I stand corrected. Shame though!
 
This Week

Andrew Neil reviews the political week with Michael Portillo, Liz Kendall and Miranda Green.

Their guests are:

Former Minister for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, Sam Gymiah calling for a second referendum.
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He has concerns about censorship and threats to freedom of speech in universities.

Plus a film rounding up the headlines from Ayesha Hazarika (so called comedienne and former Labour advisor)

Robin Ince, looking at belief (That'll be the 5 minute slot at the end).
"In September 2016, Ince performed at the Keep Corbyn rally in Brighton in support of Jeremy Corbyn's campaign in the Labour Party Leadership Election."

Three lefties
 
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