Friday mods must be on. I got this on:
Run out of bottles to throw from the back I see, Mr Littlejohn. Funny really - if Mr Hunt had been a Labour MP and Gordon Brown had been the one letting him off the hook to save his own skin, we'd have probably had at least two indignation-filled columns from you by now demanding his head and the PMs head, and underlining the shocking sleaze and incompetence of those in high office. But the Minister for News Corp (Con.) takes the stand and reveals his astonishing bias and dubious dealings, that the chancellor was tinkering with a controversial media takeover, and further to cover his own backside the PM then ignores the evidence and says Hunt acted properly (!) , and not a peep. Still, you keep on at the real issues eh - those fictitious health and safety stories and snide digs at women won't write themselves!
- Charlie Chalk, Chalk Farm, 1/6/2012 11:21
And the one below has a clear breach of the "we must not admit where Dickie lives" rule:
Argghhh, the evil health and safety brigade. You know, the one that is actually tiny and insignificant! How do I know? Because not so littleJohn has to resort to fishing out tiny isolated incidents like this to back up his point. Enough is enough. The fact you don't even live in this country that you judge so much is laughable.
- Dan, Lancs, 1/6/2012 11:18
If I were a suspicious type, I'd say they're letting through more comments just so there are *any* comments!