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Leaders’ Question Time and the future of election debates

That’s the end of the set piece events for this election, so the politicians will be relaxing and not expecting to be facing any more tough questions until around this time next week. Of course then they’ll actually have to come up with…

2015 General Election Day 32: Into the second month

It’s starting to feel like this election campaign began before the Duchess of Cambridge was pregnant. Indeed, I’m not quite sure there was a Duchess of Cambridge, a House of Windsor or even a single monarchy back when it began. But no, it…

Question Time needs a wider variety of panellists

Because I’m a masochist, I watched Question Time last night, where one of the panellists was a representative of the Taxpayers’ Alliance. Contrary to the image they present, the TPA isn’t a membership-based grassroots organisation, but a privately funded lobbying group that doesn’t…

Worth Reading 82: Norwegian lead

This week on Question Time, we’re in the ruins of Ancient Mu. The Regeneration of Doctor Who – Some interesting synchronicities between Doctor Who and the KLF. (This is because Bill Drummond is a Time Lord, of course) Argh, plot bunny: free to…

70% of the way there

Interesting headline for a post on Political Betting: Is now the moment to replace Dimbleby Even though –like many others – I rarely watch Question Time now, because it’s become so pointless and merely a reflection of a Westminster political culture that regards…

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