On the panel are Conservative MEP Daniel Hannan, former leader of the Scottish Labour Party Kezia Dugdale MSP, SNP minister for social security Jeane Freeman MSP, writer and political commentator Owen Jones, and The Economist’s senior editor Anne McElvoy.
Panellists include Conservative MP (God-Emperor) Jacob Rees-Mogg, Labour’s shadow attorney general Shami (whitewash) Chakrabarti, SNP’s former first minister (führer) of Scotland Alex Salmond, feminist writer (and bore) Germaine Greer and political editor of the Sunday Express Camilla Tominey (I am lost for words).
The ABBC news is always a revelation, to call it news may be stretching things, but I think you know what I mean. I admit that I tend not to listen to or watch other “news” outlets very much. I make this choice not because I think that the ABBC is a more reliable source of information than any of the other providers, I simply assume that they are all the same. By this I mean that there is the same make up of presenter, the same levels of faux outrage about the same “stories” and the same patronising delivery.
On the panel are Conservative transport secretary Chris Grayling, Labour MP Lisa Nandy, president of the Liberal Democrats Sal Brinton, the chief executive of Next Simon Wolfson, and the Church of England priest – and Strictly Come Dancing contestant – Richard Coles.
On the panel are the creator of Yes Minister and Yes, Prime Minister Jonathan Lynn, Conservative former Cabinet minister Theresa Villiers, Labour’s shadow Northern Ireland secretary Owen Smith, the DUP’s director of elections Simon Hamilton and Sinn Fein’s John O’Dowd.
On the panel are Conservative first secretary of state Damian Green (wet), Labour’s shadow education secretary Angela Rayner (thick), Spectator editor and Daily Telegraph columnist Fraser Nelson (wet), professor of American literature Sarah Churchwell (communist) and businesswoman Michelle Dewberry (wet).
First thing to get straight is that common sense is not to be confused with far right.
The second thing that needs to be cleared up is that it is not your job to push an agenda, your job is to inform and entertain the populace.
I recognize that the creative activities attract young people who may strive to understand and comment on the world around them, it is to be commended but in searching for an alternate voice some adopt peculiar views, again this is to be commended but it is not necessary to employ all of them.
There does exist a common understanding of pleasantness and humorous ad lib shared by the majority, which majority is well able to take on new ideas.
You must admit that the constant force feeding of sexual divergence is getting a bit stale ?
On the panel are leader of the Liberal Democrats Vince Cable (communist), Conservative MP Kwasi Kwarteng (communist), Labour MP Jess Phillips (communist), Guardian columnist Paul Mason (communist nutter), and the Daily Telegraph’s Brexit editor Dia Chakravarty (communist).
It had been several weeks since I had visited my Uncle Bertie and as I walked down the driveway towards the substantial gothic edifice which loomed out from behind the fir trees bordering the front of the house I wondered, not for the first time, how the old fellow could live all alone in such a gruesome dwelling. All alone, that is, except for the live-in housekeeper, Mrs Trout, who put food on the table but seemingly did little else about the house which had steadfastly remained immune to any noticeable cleaning for the last five years. A gardener, Quint, lived off the estate and to judge by the copious amount of weeds that sprouted through the stones in the driveway had made little or no effort in that direction.
The panel includes Conservative work and pensions secretary David Gauke, Labour’s shadow women and equalities secretary Dawn Butler, the SNP’s deputy leader in the House of Commons Kirsty Blackman, novelist Will Self and broadcaster Julia Hartley-Brewer.