Question Time Commentary


BBC Politics Live 11/04/2019
Elizabeth Glinka is joined by Brexit minister Lord Callanan, Labour peer Lord Falconer, the Daily Telegraph’s Camilla Tominey and pollster Deborah Mattinson. They discuss last night’s EU summit and what the new ‘flextension’ means for Theresa May, her Withdrawal Agreement and leadership. They are also joined by editor of the Times Literary Supplement Stig Abell to discuss our public institutions and how we can reform them, especially after Brexit.
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Nigel Farage’s new Brexit Party has surged ahead in opinion polls for next month’s European Parliament elections, with a new survey suggesting it is on course to leave Labour and the Conservatives trailing in its wake. The YouGov poll placed the party on 27 per cent within a week of its launch, putting it well ahead of Labour on 22 per cent and the Conservatives on 15 per cent, just weeks before the 23 May elections.

On behalf of a Dreghorn/Edinburgh Castle/Redford/... chap(ess) (PerSec):

Rolling Thunder for Soldier "F"

Rolling Thunder, Edinburgh, 12 April - Huge thanks to Morrisons EH10 Store Manager for allowing South Edinburgh pre-rally meet-up in car-park. Expected ~140 bikes, ~400 turned up. Thanks to all involved.

Next event 7 June 2019 - Soldier "B" too.

1,000 Bikes? 56N

Anna Soubry - Good grief, she's even more obnoxious and bullying than on Al-Beeb/C4

Rude, disparaging, condescending, threatening: "You're a member, very interesting, where do you live?" - blackmail, extortion, coercion?

Objection M'Lord: Soubry lied with "He never delivered a leaflet" - "John" refused to confirm/deny for PerSec

Anna Soubry and Constituent on LBC

Soubry's behaviour should persuade honest, law-abiding, democrat remainers to support Leave EU

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