Wednesday, 23 April 2008

Nick Robinson still parroting Gordon's message

"Gordon Brown looked freer at PMQs than I have ever seen him as he fiercely defended his anti-poverty credentials and attacked the Tories for their cheek in daring to take him on on this territory."

In BBC/NuLab land the Conservatives are not allowed to talk about eradicating poverty as only Labour, under whichever of their supremely talented leaders is in power this week, has the moral authority. Makes me feel rather nauseous to be honest, but I doubt that Nick Robinson will allow that comment on his "blog"/propaganda page.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I wonder if anyone counted the number of times Brown used the word "poverty" at PMQs? It seemed to crop up at least once in virtually every sentence. The real poverty in this country is poverty of ideas and imagination, and that starts at the top.