Well, it's an improvement. Will the lack of audience continue to improve the show?
Burnham showed himself up to be a total twat. Not point scoring my fecking aarse. another fifth columnistThe professor has largely supported the government which has probably spiked Fiona’s bias cannon to a certain extent- although she’s still interrupting and trying to trip up Matt Hancock.
Andy Burnhan started out by saying that he wasn’t going to be point-scoring but has spent the programme doing little else.
Despite the obvious damage to the Arrse sport of totty-spotting, I do think that QT is better without a live audience- the panel seem less inclined to play to the peanut gallery for a cheap round of applause with populist but trite answers.
Burnham was commenting on how kids are not going to be taking their exams, and mentioned his kids drinking champagne, as he was saying this he was smiling, then Hancock grew a grin and said ‘they drink champagne in the Burnham house. As soon as he said this Burnham got the inference, stopped smiling and lost his train of thought for a moment.What did he say? Don't forget you're watching this so we don't have to.
I'm not sure. If she could pull her finger out of her arse and do it properly, she'd be fine. She started great. She's just given leeway to the liberals and chosen to challenge those who are conservative (small c). She needs to give everyone a reaming. Everyone needs to explain themselves.A change of presenter would improve it massively.
Well that's a possibility. Whomever wins this one isn't going to cut it. My own preference, if I was minded to vote for Labour, would be David Milliband. But he would probably have to kill his brother first.Lining himself up for the next Labour leadership fight?
That's a 'given' ..Lining himself up for the next Labour leadership fight?
Equity's HQ will become a shrine, and punks and skins and rastas will all gather round and hold their hands in sorrow for their fallen leader.
And all the grown-ups will say ‘But why are the kids crying?’ And the kids will say, ‘Haven’t you heard? Daniel York Loh has quit! The People’s Equity Race Equality Committee (formerly the Equity Minority Ethnic Members Committee) Chair has Quit!’
And then one particularly sensitive and articulate teenager will say ‘Other kids, do you understand nothing? How can Daniel York Loh have quit as Chair of The People’s Equity Race Equality Committee (formerly the Equity Minority Ethnic Members Committee) when we still have his chair?
(P)rik Walt.Rik walt.
Can't see Milliband D returning, is in New York with fantastic lefty charity job, American wife, sprogs in US education system and being brought up as little yanks. Gone native?Well that's a possibility. Whomever wins this one isn't going to cut it. My own preference, if I was minded to vote for Labour, would be David Milliband. But he would probably have to kill his brother first.
Unfortunately I have to agree. He would be daft to come back to the chaotic agenda we find ourselves facing. That said, it is a massive opportunity for someone to make their mark and establish a legacy. Millband's father was a Marxist scholar (though not necessarily a Marxist) who was highly readable and respected in academia. It would be a pity if the family name was remembered more for Ed's slab of concrete.Can't see Milliband D returning, is in New York with fantastic lefty charity job, American wife, sprogs in US education system and being brought up as little yanks. Gone native?
About to watch BBC Question Time - Weston-super-Mare - 19 03 20 on YoutubeFrom Weston-super-Mare. Panellists include
Matt Hancock - Health Secy (up in my esteem in this post/crisis)Andy Burnham - in that post 2009-10Tom Solomon - gessing it's Tom Solomon (neurologist) - WikipediaFrances O'Grady - Gen Sec TUC 'not political, but Tories getting it wrong'Angela Hartnett - the chef ?