Europe is likely to dominate the exchanges on Question Time once again this week, after David Cameron’s speech. Lucky Nigel Farage was on last week, so we don’t have to put up with him again.
I have not read the strategic defence review, but Bradshaw has a point that North Africa was largel ignored in it. Ming interestingly alias hisself with Bradshaw, adding some weir to the case on defence.
It is amazing how many lefties pop up every week during Question Time, and yet the Labour party got booted out in the election….
The deliberate misuse and and confusion of debt and deficit from people that should know better is really depressing.
O goodness, we are now onto a Nick Clegg wedge question. Anna Soubry actually fairly reasonably making the point that capital expenditure was slow at the begining of the coalition but not now.
I think this that might be the most depressing set of answers I have ever heard on Question Time – snow is fun, enjoy it!!!
Sensible answer from Ian Hislop, who thinks there need to be some democracy in Europoe and that actually us mere mortals are entitled to have a say.
Ming is missing the point here. An EU referendum is a Conserviative policy, not a coalition policy. Cameron is entitled to lay out what he would do if he won a second term.
What is interesting about the opening exchanges on Europe, is that people arre starting to assume that the Conesratives will win the next election.