Good Week, Bad Week 26/06/11…

Good Week

David Cameron- The Prime Minister has had a rather uneventful week this week. A solid if  unspectacular outing at Prime Minister’s Questions, a partial victory over another Greek bailout and the announcement that operations in Libya have cost two hundred and fifty million pounds were the only real highlights. Cameron handled each of these situations well in his usual relaxed manner.

Ed Miliband- The Leader of the Opposition’s performance at Prime Minister’s Questions was yet again decent, although Labour supporters would hope he doesn’t keep using the same tactics every week of pressing the Prime Minister on a particular fact. This tactic as I have stated before can wear thin if used too often so Miliband needs to devise a different tack at Prime Minister’s Questions to avoid being labelled as a one dimensional leader. Miliband’s decision to scrap Shadow Cabinet elections is six months too late in my opinion. That said, this change should not really damage his leadership within the Labour party as the majority of the PLP seem to back the move away from having an elected Shadow Cabinet. Going forward, how Miliband deals with the proposed strikes this week could prove to be vital in his attempt to solidify his position as Labour leader.

William Hague- Hague was on top form this week talking tough and rocking his shades in the desert.

Bad Week

Nick Clegg- The Deputy Prime Minister’s bank share plan fell flat on it’s face this week. Giving every taxpayer in the land shares in rescued banks sounds like a great idea, but when you analyse the logistical nightmare that would ensue from such a scheme it seems a simple rebate may be a better idea.

Harriet Harman- Harman again this week floated her idea that a woman must hold one of the top two positions in the Labour party to no support from her party leader. This idea is bonkers on so many levels, especially the fact the Deputy Leader of the Labour party doesn’t really have a brief and it’s essentially a non-role. Back to the drawing board Harriet.

Ed Balls- Balls this week had to pay around one thousand pounds back to his constituency landlord after leaving his office in such a terrible state. Balls needs to clean up his act.



One Response to “Good Week, Bad Week 26/06/11…”

  1. Hell in Academy Schools:
    Youtube video ‘Ark Schools, Academies and Eugenics’:

    Ark’s solicitors deny ARK’s connection to the Dutroux scandal, the following link one of the very few places on the internet where this story can be accessed:
    Eugenics and anthropometry in the curriculum, and children to understand that ‘physical differences can lead to a hierarchy of good/not so good:
    Any excuse to get children into this hell.

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