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Any one watching Question Time?

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megcleary · 08/10/2009 22:47

Ian looks cross!

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MavisEnderby · 08/10/2009 22:49

Ooh is this a new topic?I am not but will turn over

megcleary · 08/10/2009 22:51

Topic has been around for awhile thought I would poke my nose in and try and learn something

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notnowbernard · 08/10/2009 22:51

Am watching

notnowbernard · 08/10/2009 22:52

I like Ian Hislop, seems to know his onions as far as politics is concerned

megcleary · 08/10/2009 22:53

he's getting stuck in, I don't think much of Yvette Cooper

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whingeomatic · 08/10/2009 22:55

Yvette Fielding would be better...

megcleary · 08/10/2009 22:56

The ghost of maggie...oooh

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notnowbernard · 08/10/2009 22:56

She's in a shite position

Editor of Private Eye needs to know exactly wwhat the score is, I guess

I simply don't feel any form of warm regard for George Osbourne

megcleary · 08/10/2009 22:58

He may be easy to hate in future

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Ewe · 08/10/2009 23:00

Love Ian Hislop. Find George Osborne incredibly annoying, he really really grates.

notnowbernard · 08/10/2009 23:01

He can reinact his formative years as the whipping boy

deepdarkwood · 08/10/2009 23:02

God, are there really people who like Ian Hislop - smarmy, arrogant twonk, imvho...

Interesting to have Mr M&S on, when he says he refuses to talk politics....

megcleary · 08/10/2009 23:03

stepping aside from my attempt to learn politics

you think someone would have warned Stuart Rose not to wear that suit

Back to the politics he is coming across well

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notnowbernard · 08/10/2009 23:04

Mr M&S looks like a ventriloquist missing his dummy

notnowbernard · 08/10/2009 23:06

George Osbourne FFS

"I'd like everyone to have that opportunity" (to set up their own business and employ 100s of people etc etc...)

He hasn't a clue, really hasn't

CristinaTheAstonishing · 08/10/2009 23:09

Bloody hell, Ian Hislop comes across as a bit of a reactionary.

CristinaTheAstonishing · 08/10/2009 23:10

I mean he's right but I've joined late and he sounds quite harsh.

deepdarkwood · 08/10/2009 23:11

There's a reason for that, cristina

megcleary · 08/10/2009 23:12

and the reason is? as I am here in an attempt to learn

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Ewe · 08/10/2009 23:12

I find Ian Hislop quite refreshing on something like this as he's not a politician he really challenges things people say. Albeit in a small yappy dog kinda way

CristinaTheAstonishing · 08/10/2009 23:14

True, Ewe (that's a tongue-twister).

EightiesChick · 08/10/2009 23:24

George Osborne always looks to me as if he's not a day over 11. Scary.

megcleary · 08/10/2009 23:27

11 is pushing it, 6 I think

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Ewe · 08/10/2009 23:28

and his lips look a bit too red. Make up error.

MavisEnderby · 08/10/2009 23:30

George Osborne comes across as a patronising bastard.Is the young pretty one a Lib Dem?I think she has spoken well.

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