Ed Miliband has been walking round like a puffed-up pigeon and asking girls if they want to feel his biceps, after David Cameron today ruled out taking him on in a one-on-one. 263 more words
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When one side in the political debate begins with the premise that a given problem is the direct result of the other side’s insistence upon an outdated and self-serving reliance on complete corporate freedom from oversight and regulation, one is tempted to look for deeper motives; such as envy, or a fundamental mis-understanding of the free market system – or maybe even a political philosophy of redistribution that might, in itself, be obsolete and worn. 225 more words
I tweeted this ages ago and it is still being re-tweeted today. Ian Duncan Smith MP being torn a new one by Glenda Jackson MP in da House. 190 more words
Enjoy “Debate”, a video installation realized by Georgios Cherouvim about his personal view of two political spokesmen having a public debate.
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Two political spokesmen in a real size representation, have a vocal debate in front of the viewer, but rather than a productive dialogue to promote their ideas and solutions, they are in a constant argument with one another.
H from the pop group Steps is next in line to outwit Labour leader Ed Miliband, TV executives have revealed.
After former Hear’Say singer Myleene Klass made Ed Miliband look like he’d never had a political debate before in his life, makers of cheap TV shows want to launch a new series involving important political figures having debates with people who have had limited careers in pop music. 53 more words