UK Politics

Pat494

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Looks like these chaotic happenings are democracy in progress ?
A fudged answer is the likely result imho.
 

0007

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I note that the BBC has axed the excellent late-night TV politics programme "This Week" anchored by Andrew Neil. Is that because Neil's right of centre and excruciatingly well-researched political views have been causing too much embarrassment both to his employers, and some of the wonks that allow themselves to be interviewed by someone who has done his homework and doesn't allow fake news & distortions of the truth to get past him?
 

tomorton

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I note that the BBC has axed the excellent late-night TV politics programme "This Week" anchored by Andrew Neil. Is that because Neil's right of centre and excruciatingly well-researched political views have been causing too much embarrassment both to his employers, and some of the wonks that allow themselves to be interviewed by someone who has done his homework and doesn't allow fake news & distortions of the truth to get past him?

Who'd want to go up against Andrew Neil when they could go up against Andrew Marr?
 
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Signalcalc

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I note that the BBC has axed the excellent late-night TV politics programme "This Week" anchored by Andrew Neil. Is that because Neil's right of centre and excruciatingly well-researched political views have been causing too much embarrassment both to his employers, and some of the wonks that allow themselves to be interviewed by someone who has done his homework and doesn't allow fake news & distortions of the truth to get past him?
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