I had just finished my last glass of plonk whilst watcging the news on telly (Gordon Brown getting a bit of a thrashing) and a vague thought popped into my head. With the seeming emphasis on spin in todays politics, I wondered, as I saw Brown clearly suffering during a bought of questioning and looking a bit of a shifty c u n t, if a good deal of the fault was letting cameras into Parliament in the first place? Back in the old days, if an MP took a kicking we could only hear it verbally and were not privy to the visual spectacle itself. Just wondering! What does ARRSE think? PS What is it with the irritating way that he pulls his fecking jaw in after every sentence, almost as if he is attempting to draw back that last bit of man-love into his mouth after a quick gobbling?