The Speaker sounded like a petulant schoolmaster, but was right to try to restrain the Prime Minister.
Posts Tagged: Neil Kinnock
Stephen Kinnock’s progress towards the Commons highlights a role reversal.
Mind you, Heath’s Law probably applies: “The next election will resemble the last election more closely than most people believe.”
The Prime Minister’s matey statesmanship helped him to command the House, but also made him sound arrogant
“That is very clearly the Labour Party’s unerring policy.”
So far the leader of the Labour Party has been a chrysalis. Today he emerged, arguing the best way to solve problems is centralised control.
In Kinnock’s ideal world there’d be no Mail, Sun or Telegraph, just a government-regulated National Information Newspaper
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