FRANK FIELD for Speaker


David Davis

UPDATE1:- And a very good and thoughtful Charles Moore writes about how to save Parliament, for the LPUK ultimately of couorse,  in today’sFaux- Tory-Quisling-Graph.

There you go: I’ve said it now. So now what?

Frank Field’s site.

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10 responses to “FRANK FIELD for Speaker

  1. Frank Field… Social Control Unit (IEA)

    “That Hideous Strength” (C. S. Lewis)

    You Need to Know… Say “NO!!!” to Frank Field

    Westernesse

  2. The Field Deceiver writes of “God’s spies…”

    However, G*d is omnipresent, and therefore has no need of “spies”

    The G*d-bothering Ur-Thatcherites might keep that in mind. Our minds can access theirs; and Frank Field’s mind is not very nice.

    Westernesse

  3. The Field Deceiver writes of “God’s spies…”

    However, G*d is omnipresent, and therefore has no need of “spies”

    The G*d-bothering Ur-Thatcherites might keep that in mind. Our minds can access theirs; and Frank Field’s mind is not very nice.

    Westernesse

    PS: I couldn’t care less about their pocket-picking, as long as they don’t trespass on our lives, our liberties and our sacred honour…

  4. Tony, I still don’t know why you think Frank Field should not become the Speaker.

    Who else would you suggest?

  5. The ideal speaker is someone fair minded and respected, but whose contribution as an MP wouldn’t be missed.

    The problem with Frank Field as speaker is that he is one of the very few MPs on the Labour benches who has thought about anything and has anything to say worth hearing. In fact on the issues of social security and taxation, he is probably the only Labour MP who is worth hearing.

    Remember when Frank Field was appointed as a junior minister at the DSS “to think the unthinkable”, which, of course, he promptly did, and then as night follows day he was promptly sacked. The sacking of Frank Field was a pretty good indicator that the “New” bit of “New Labour” was a hoax.

  6. Says it all, Really…

    RH

  7. Do we need more Speakers??

    Tony

  8. Julie Fisk

    You are right that Frank Fields input in the House of Commons would be missed – but he is the best candidate for the job so far.
    He is an independent thinker and recognises the need for reform. Go for it Frank!