Parliamentary Roasts of the Week: W/C 16/07/18

In an attempt to prove that the least appreciated of the UK's age-old parliamentary conventions is MPs and Peers roasting each other, I've started a new project for this blog. Every week I'll aim to bring you the best quips, one-liners, and straight fire roasts dished out in the Palace of Westminster.

Parliamentary Roasts of the Week: W/C 09/07/18

In an attempt to prove that the least appreciated of the UK's age-old parliamentary conventions is MPs and Peers roasting each other, I've started a new project for this blog. Every week I'll aim to bring you the best quips, one-liners, and straight fire roasts dished out in the Palace of Westminster.

Bernard Jenkin weekly: No.13

  Week 30 January - 5 February In a week when MPs voted overwhelmingly to give the government power to activate Article 50, thousands joined protests around the world against President Trump's travel ban, and a judge in Seattle suspended the travel ban nationwide across America, what did Bernard Jenkin do? Speeches and written questions … Continue reading Bernard Jenkin weekly: No.13

Bernard Jenkin weekly: No.12

  Week 23 January - 29 January In a week when Donald Trump signed an Executive border banning immigration from seven Muslim-majority countries, Theresa May visited the new US president at the White House, and the Supreme Court ruled that MPs must be allowed to vote on the activation of Article 50 before Brexit negotiations … Continue reading Bernard Jenkin weekly: No.12

Bernard Jenkin weekly: No.7

This edition of Bernard Jenkin weekly is, like the last one, late. Again, just busy with Uni stuff. Week 21 November - 27 November In a week when the Chancellor Philip Hammond delivered his first autumn statement, Jeremy Corbyn gave a speech to the Confederation of British Industry, and the Institute for Fiscal Studies said … Continue reading Bernard Jenkin weekly: No.7