Tag: Corbyn

Mar 23, 2016 / / PMQ sketch

It should have been David Cameron’s worst week ever – but that was before Labour rode to the rescue. Only the people’s party could shoot itself in the foot and then stick it in its own mouth for good measure.…

Read the PostIf only there had been curtains.

Mar 9, 2016 / / PMQ sketch

Tory MP Michael Fabricant said it all yesterday when he used – as he later described it – “ an eight letter word beginning with ‘b’ and ending in ‘cks’.“ Mr Fabricant, for those who don’t know, is the MP…

Read the PostJeremy – 100 not in.

Feb 24, 2016 / / PMQ sketch

It was all going so well until somebody mentioned David Cameron’s mam: suddenly it was high noon for handbags. Until then it had been the normally irrelevant Wednesday outing for Prime Ministers Questions. With Europe as the issue of the…

Read the PostMrs Cameron’s boy.

Feb 10, 2016 / / PMQ sketch

Had a hammock been slung from the ceiling of the chamber, David Cameron could have properly relaxed during Prime Ministers Questions. As it was he had to get by snuggling down on the front bench as he patiently waited for…

Read the PostJeremy loses it -and loses it.

Feb 3, 2016 / / PMQ sketch

There may be times when it is possible to feel sorry for Dave of Downing Street. His party half hate him, Fleet Street half hate him and the Labour Party will whole hate him – when it gets over hating…

Read the PostDave and Jeremy – chuntering on.

Jan 27, 2016 / / PMQ sketch

Every now and again David Cameron gets bored with being Prime Minister and lets the job out to his close personal friend Harry Flashman. The trouble is Dave doesn’t know when he is going to do it and so it…

Read the PostBully for you, Dave.

Jan 20, 2016 / / PMQ sketch

There are days when the Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland deserves a good slap – step forward today. For some any day would do to dole out a thrashing to Dave of Downing Street. But Wednesdays are…

Read the PostFour more years.

Dec 16, 2015 / / PMQ sketch

  There are times when the Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland looks as if he spent the night with his face in the trouser press – this was one of them. Not that Dave didn’t try his…

Read the PostTidings of Corbyn and Great Joy

Dec 9, 2015 / / PMQ sketch

And it came to pass that David had gone to Romania and Jeremy had gone to his allotment and laughter was heard again in the land – or at least on the Labour benches. Step forward Angela Eagle, until 12.06…

Read the PostLabour and laughs in the same sentence.

Dec 2, 2015 / / PMQ sketch

There are times when the House of Commons demonstrates democracy at its best – today was not one of them. Instead a bumbling Prime Minister met a mumbling Leader of the Opposition for a master class in how not to…

Read the PostA bad day for democracy.