The Speaker: very, very sad theatre, masking worse constitutional developments to follow


Perhaps the completion of this, is one of the masked developments to follow. h/t Landed Underclass.

All the actual troughing issues have been more-than-adequately discussed, and we all want to know what will happen now. Perhaps The Queen, at last, will intervene as she ought to have done many years ago, or more likely perhaps not. This is important, Especially as the fate of Parliament as an institution may even be up for grabs.

But this is just the tormenting of a poor, poor sad man.

On the video is a man who is entirely inadequate for his actual job – let alone for political watershed moments like this – and is now merely an embarrassment. Whatever happens, this is a good day to bury a piece of walking bad news, and get rid of him. Anna Raccoon, like us, finds it all so internationally humiliating.

(Tony Hollick, post-doctoral-essay-strategies-research-fellow into commentator-subject-diversity, and this year’s winner of the Libertarian Alliance 500,000+ Words-per-Comment Grand Challenge Cup,  does not feel quite 100% as positively as I do about Frank Field, so he will shortly regale you extensively about somethinng else: but actually the Peaker can be anybody except Michael Martin.)

(For now.)

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