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Bercow is getting really annoying. Interrupted Clegg twice today and Cameron on previous occasions.

Bercow (a Tory) seems to be surcombing to the influence of his Labour supporting wife.


She probably threatened the beat up the stupid sanctimonious drawf.


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He managed to get in that the invasion of Iraq was illegal. The other leaders had voted for it. A few people may wince at that one.

I noticed that, bit premature of him to call it illegal whilst the official enquiry (FWIIW) is still yet to report.

It might be a cute thing to say as a minority party leader and will win anti war votes but as Deputy PM in a coalition Government where the largest partner in that coalition voted for the war it clearly is not.

Straw I think was rattling him and it slipped out, will he live to regret it? possibly, no doubt Cameron and the rest of the Tory Cabinet won't be too chuffed but the litmus test will be if the media jump on it.

As yet they have not.......

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    1. 1. Including the effects Brexit, where do you think average UK house prices will be relative to now in June 2020?

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