As fond of my disembodied voice-activated personal assistant, as I am, the thought of her morphing into human form absolutely terrifies me.
I'm exhausted. I have been up all night. I have square eyes and know the names of almost every constituency in the UK. As the drama unfolded, 208 women were elected as MP's, compared to 195 in 2015. Particularly inspiring as yesterday marked the 104th anniversary of the death of the militant suffragette Emily Davison.... Continue Reading →
Paxman tried to completely out speak Jeremy Corbyn who took it all in his stride, even if an exasperated Corbyn had to say 'Let me finish!' too many times. Paxman seemed to tone it down a little for Theresa May, but managed to descend to the murky depth of name calling. Blowhard was well out of order. So, whilst I am on the subject of name calling Mr Paxman, boorish and windbag have just sprung to mind.