Esther Webber, Theo Betram and Louise Thompson join me to discuss one of the most noisy political traditions in the houseby Steve Bloomfield / October 3, 2017 / Leave a comment
Prime Minister’s Questions is the one bit of parliamentary business that most people are dimly aware of. It’s normally guaranteed to make the news in the evening, but it’s not exactly parliament at its best. It’s boorish, it’s petty and it turns the public off.
This week, Steve Bloomfield and Stephanie Boland are joined by:
Theo Bertram, former advisor to Gordon Brown and Tony Blair
Esther Webber, reporter for BBC Politics and BBC Parliament
Louise Thompson, lecturer in British politics at Surrey University
And here are some videos:
John Bercow says order a lot. Then tells the childrens’ minister to behave like an adult