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DC’s Final PMQs
July 13, 2016

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DC’s Final PMQs

July 13, 2016

Just watched a master class in DC's final PMQs session. Cameron's writers excelled themselves and his delivery of his script was faultless. It was, in parts, genuinely funny and clever, JC bore the brunt of much of the humour which I must confess he took in good grace. We can be as critical as we want about Cameron's time as PM and we have on occasion rightly been so but his mastery at the despatch box is undeniable. So, tomorrow a new political era begins, we will see the outcome of TM's cabinet deliberations tomorrow no doubt and the unseemly internal power struggle within the Labour Party continues unabated. My post apropos JC maybe putting down the Labour PLP insurrection is a step closer as the NEC has sided with him and allowed his automatic inclusion on the leadership ballot papers. We live in interesting times.

July 13, 2016

Joined: May 14, 2014
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DC’s Final PMQs

July 13, 2016

I watched Cameron's parting speech in the Commons, which he carried out perfectly, polite, humourous, and yet not in any way pompous. I too thought that Corbyn was in good form, humourous and yet not critical the way he normally can be. We may yet be surprised by the man in the opposition benches?? I am just watching TM make her speech in Downing Street, I hope she can deliver on her promises, and make us great again. She is saying all the right things, now she will have to deliver. I wish her the best in her quest.


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