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Zacs-Master | 12:03 Wed 06th May 2020 | News
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For anyone interested in seeing how Boris does against Keir.

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watching it now, Credit where it's due, Steer Calmer is being constructive and asking sensible questions and not opposing for the sake of it. Well done. Business as usual for I Blackford though, "this is not the time for opportunist politicking" - just before indulging into opportunist politicking! PMSL!
12:23 Wed 06th May 2020
Watching it now.
bit like muhammad ali v charlie magri
watching it now, Credit where it's due, Steer Calmer is being constructive and asking sensible questions and not opposing for the sake of it. Well done. Business as usual for I Blackford though, "this is not the time for opportunist politicking" - just before indulging into opportunist politicking! PMSL!
Thought that Keir Starmer was rather a damp squib.How can a realistic comparison of deaths between countries be ascertained when we don't know how those countries arrive a their figures.Must admit he was better than Corbyn.
My dog was better than Corbyn.
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The format doesn’t really do a lot for in depth debate, does it but yes, nice to see some level headed questions. I thought Boris was a bit waffly in his answers.
From what I saw of it Sir Kier handled it very well. It's a tough place as he has to ask pertenant questions but at the same time not appear to be undermine the Government. So yes he is doing well.

Guess his brief background paid off.
I'm liking the new look PMQs without the childish cheering, guffawing, heckling and paper waving in the background. Can they work from home always please?
Now there's an idea Tomus
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Yes, much less like a kindergarten
Definitely far more civilised than I've seen it for a long time.
Really though, straight away there's an air of let's talk sensibly about the serious matters in hand rather than playing to the gallery, point scoring and making stupid jokes at every opportunity.
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Keir looks like a credible leader. Let’s hope he forms a credible opposition. Tough ask.
He'll have to ape St Tony methinks Zacs, anyway, thanks for the BA, much appreciated, yours is a tough one to get.

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