Category: PMQ sketch

Mar 15, 2017 / / PMQ sketch
Mar 8, 2017 / / PMQ sketch

It was the Tom sized hole next to Jeremy Corbyn which finally confirmed that he and his deputy have had another big falling out. This was a useful row since it cleared space for at least half a dozen women…

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Feb 22, 2017 / / PMQ sketch

There is nothing like a by-election to breathe life into a moribund political party — unless it’s two by-elections. So for a few brief moments at lunchtime today, the kiss — or at least the peck of life — was applied to the corpse of the…

Read the PostThe Queen of Serene  —  and the Labour Party

Feb 8, 2017 / / PMQ sketch

Imagine, if you can, a cod wearing a string of small snooker balls gasping for air and you have the Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland at five past twelve today. It was meant to be Prime Ministers…

Read the PostThe Lunchtime Leader

Feb 1, 2017 / / Brexit

This space had been reserved to record the evisceration of Theresa May by Jeremy Corbyn over Donald Trump’s ban on Muslims. It’s still available. It was to have been the Labour leader’s finest hour but it wasn’t even his ok…

Read the PostAnother Labour success!

Jan 25, 2017 / / PMQ sketch
Jan 20, 2017 / / PMQ sketch

  Those who are humble will inherit the earth, said the pastor, Not while I’m in charge, said the 45th President of the United States And so began the reign of Donald J. Trump.As he started to speak, it started…

Read the PostThis one will run and run…

Jan 11, 2017 / / PMQ sketch

You could tell there was trouble afoot by the appearance of the Health Secretary  within slapping distance of Theresa May. The fear on his face gave the game away – it was tethered Jeremy Hunt time in the House of…

Read the PostEven if it’s bollocks Jeremy.

Dec 14, 2016 / / PMQ sketch
Dec 7, 2016 / / PMQ sketch

Imagine, if you can, Robert Peston’s older brother; the same strangulated syntax, the same windmilling arms. Step forward David Lidington, MP for Aylesbury, Leader of the House of Commons and, for – one lunchtime only – the PM in PMQs.…

Read the PostPMQS – Not quite a waste of time.