So now we know; looks like the Glock 17 caucus got a clean sweep of the “independent” MPA members. BBC: The MPA chairman, Len Duvall, said the watchdog body risked bringing itself into disrepute by the public and vitriolic attacks on Sir Ian. I think I’m going to vomit. Excuse me, will you? Anyway, the…Read More 15-7
Right: it’s time for a final desperate push before the MPA meets on Thursday. So far, we can update our lists as follows: 5 declared Labour members.1 Green, Jenny Jones, still hanging on for the decentralised, human-scale virtues of ecologically plugging random electricians on the tube. But we’re getting in touch…7 Tories and Liberals.Cindy Butts,…Read More ‘Ello, Ello, Let’s Be Having You!
Readers are strongly requested to read this, as well as explanations here, and then vote for Sadly No here. That is all.Read More Public Service Announcement (Without Guitars)
Your instructions, gentlemen, based on the conclusions in this post. * David Miliband’s Statement on ‘Iraq: Locally Recruited Civilians’ of 9th October stated that Britain will help to resettle- in the wider Middle East, or in the United Kingdom- Iraqis who can prove that they have worked for this country’s soldiers or diplomats for a…Read More Target for Tonight
So last night we all (well, for small values of “all” – you know who you are) got ourselves dressed up smart and went to bang on the doors of Parliament. And yes, as Dan Hardie claimed, the cops outside it are indeed polite – you’re not going to get much praise for the Met…Read More Chris Bryant is a Credit to Parliament