Among other obnoxious pieces in the Guardian, this one today, at the top of their webpage:
And would the Tory MP who tipped them off be Jeremy Hunt? OT it intrigued me that Hunt got no criticism for holding Health Commitee meetings where everyone was pretty much elbow to elbow, when the chamber was observing the 6' 8" rule?Among other obnoxious pieces in the Guardian, this one today, at the top of their webpage:
The beeb have twigged. I posted a day or so ago on the subject. By carrying the press briefing verbatim the glaring gaps between the cool and factual presentation of the situation by the briefers and the idiocy of the questions, questioners and subsequent coverage was plain to see. Now though its back to normal with the 4th estate setting the public expectation agenda.I was thinking the same thing! What did we miss!?
The first question opened by Laura Clueless of the BBC, at that point, it was turned off.LK and Peston majoring on Cabinet disagreements.
Raab biting his tongue as he repeats 'Cabinet responsibility ! , Cabinet responsibility !', in the vain hope they will get the idea.
Sky chap wants to be told how very dare the virus could infect people at the centre of events. Utter pillock.
Hear, hear.Having watched the cringeworthy farce that was tonight's briefing, someone in government needs to grow a pair and when self-important journalists ask yes/no questions, just give them a yes/no answer. The level of questioning is beyond moronic and the waffling answers from Raab are distinctly less than impressive.
Generally I believe the public are also getting fed up with the bone questions, and would raise a rousing cheer if someone at a briefing, goes full Carl Benjamin AKA 'Sargon of Akkad' on them... Raab grow a set, you know you want too.Having watched the cringeworthy farce that was tonight's briefing, someone in government needs to grow a pair and when self-important journalists ask yes/no questions, just give them a yes/no answer. The level of questioning is beyond moronic and the waffling answers from Raab are distinctly less than impressive.
Grow a pair Dominic and tell them to stop asking bone questions FFS man!
It also looks like the journos are winding themselves up for next week, when there's supposed to be a review of the lockdown. Can't you just hear the brain-dead questions they'll be asking now?
As for lifting the lockdown, if the government says we can now do A, B and C, don't you just know that the chav scum will take that as being able to do A, B, C, D, E all the way to Z?
The BBC agenda is all about scrapping BREXIT and having another referendum. Jezza Vhine came out with that last week when interviewing Red Corbyn; my tourettes became uncontrollable as he uttered the above.R4’s line this morning and at lunchtime was ‘Isn’t it time for a National Unity government’. ETA: And I wonder where that came from.
I was fully expecting that to come out in the presser: but nothing heard.
I wonder if somebody’s had a word and suggested long necks should be shortened.
I’m enjoying the hysterical media frothing over wether Dominic Raab has ‘his finger on the nuclear button’.Laura K on the six o clock news.
Questions are being asked about who is running the country.
Your supposed to be political editor you moron, you are expected to know how the system works.