I think that we are making progress in the campaign to get Police Community Support Officers issued with stab vests.
Entries from May 2007 ↓
Actually, I like Andy Coulson. He was good company on the few occasions that I met him.
He’s out of work. The Tories are in media disarray. So why not?
More TV debates please! I’ve had lots of calls and emails from friends who said that they were deeply impressed by Jon’s performance on Newsnight. He presents on telly like he’s not on telly, if you know what I mean. I find it refreshing. Clearly many party members do too.
Shall we just get the gag about an actor having no chance of being elected President out of the way now?
Why they don’t they finish the job by emptying the libraries and burning all the books.
Endemol’s “who gets the kidney?” game is used by a number of libertarians to make the point that we need a market in organs in order to increase supply.
Tell me how many millionaires would sell their kidney and I might see the ethical side of that argument. Compensate people for their time and loss of earnings whilst they recover from a donation, sure, but to do any more is economic exploitation.
Let Endemol attempt to shore up an argument that they’re highlighting a shortage in organs if they like, but their show is still a vulgar dive into the macabre in my view.
Luke not being funny. I’m sure that Hazel would not agree with his negative approach.
“Those of us who were involved as policy strategists during the Blair years need to acknowledge what we got wrong….”
“…Too much choice will ultimately drive out voice, enabling some to jump the queue.”
Read what former-Downing Street aid, roaming lecturer, potential parliamentary candidate and scholar of metaphysico-theologico-cosmoloonigology has to say about the future.