The things people say

The wettest silly season on record?

Me and my big mouth Me and my big mouth
This summer has has been, so far, one of the wettest in my memory. Likewise this silly season has been one of the silliest, hence the title of this post. I can only assume that since the reduction of our Parliament via the Lisbon Treaty/Constitution from something important to a mere district office of the EU our elected representatives, shorn of real responsibility, can say what they like. And it seems they do just that. I've already noted this from Michael Meacher see HERE and Denis MacShane see HERE.

But why should these two have all the fun? Other MPs are now taking a turn. First up is Nick Raynsford MP for Greenwich, he is spooked like many of his kind by the collapse in Nulabour's poll ratings. In an article in the New Statesman, see HERE, he tries to find some cheer, you have to admire this as it is bound to be hard work. A great deal of what he writes goes wide of the mark, it has no relevance at all to the here and now.

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