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Posts Tagged: Ian Blackford MP
The vehement Johnson of last week transformed himself into a master of the soft word that turneth away wrath.
Here is a Leader of the Opposition who cannot see an open goal without tapping the ball gently in the wrong direction.
In a low blow, the Scottish Nationalists pretend to back Hunt.
The Labour leader left it to a Tory backbencher to try to defenestrate her.
Andrew Gimson’s Commons sketch: May is no Trump, no populist, but nor is she much of a parliamentarian
The Prime Minister looked alone at the Despatch Box.
But their deputies look stricken, while the defectors are rejuvenated.
The Prime Minister assured Labour MPs that she will stand up for workers’ rights.
Andrew Gimson’s PMQs sketch: Can it be that Corbyn thinks a “coup de grace” is some kind of fancy ice cream?
Instead of pressing home the attack on the Prime Minister, the Leader of the Opposition helped her regain her composure.
Corbyn united the Tory tribe by describing it as sullen.
Thornberry gave no sign that she might be an improvement on the present Leader of the Opposition.
Also: Robinson calls for fixed-term border polls in Ulster; Wood sets departure date as leader of Plaid; and the architect of ‘The Vow’ comes out for Scottish independence.
The Labour leader showed up the Prime Minister’s unsustainable indecisiveness.
Only 28 years after the poll tax precipitated Thatcher’s downfall, no one called for a new system of local government finance.
The dismal truth is that nobody in the Labour leader’s office any longer expects him to be any good.