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On thursday the 24th of September

just 3 days to go

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/ques...ime/1858613.stm

I see Whoriett is on for zanu anyone know any of the other guests ?

I know its been a bit of a pointless watch in the recent past

bar the Grimsby show at the height of the expenses scandal

but its interesting to gauge the depth of feeling from the public

also does anyone know when PMQ's returns

I cannot wait to see Brown explaining his "we are the party of investment

they are the party of cuts " stance now

oh and just to keep this thread on topic

maybe they will discuss house prices

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On thursday the 24th of September

just 3 days to go

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/programmes/ques...ime/1858613.stm

I see Whoriett is on for zanu anyone know any of the other guests ?

I know its been a bit of a pointless watch in the recent past

bar the Grimsby show at the height of the expenses scandal

but its interesting to gauge the depth of feeling from the public

also does anyone know when PMQ's returns

I cannot wait to see Brown explaining his "we are the party of investment

they are the party of cuts " stance now

oh and just to keep this thread on topic

maybe they will discuss house prices

The most vacuouus programme on TV.

I still watch it though........with grim fascination......that politicians can say (or lie) so much yet answer so little.

And Dimbleby is revolting

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