Apr. 22nd, 2015 08:26 am
therealpm: (Confused)
"Milifandom soars with Twitter backing for Labour leader Ed Miliband"

Alastair knows about this twitter thing, though I'm not convinced his smugness, if asked, would be anything other than intolerable. Maybe Fiona?
therealpm: (annoyed)
I was not retired. I chose to move into an alternative field after a long and fulfilling political career.
therealpm: (annoyed)
John has not ceased wailing 'Nooooooooooooooo!' since Thursday evening.

It is somewhat... irritating.
therealpm: (Default)
I find it somewhat ironic that Cameron should announce the forcible opening up of public service provision to private sector companies on the day that Southern Cross has folded. The man's timing is impeccable. Were he not being crucified in absentia by the commons and the popular press over his failure to disassociate himself from Murdoch with sufficient alacrity and zeal, I have no doubt that this would be considered a major faux pas.  As it is, he's made so many in the past 14 months that this one barely registers.
therealpm: (smug)
Once again, I believe I have been proven correct.

It is a pity that Cameron's most able spokesman is currently unable to help him. From what I've seen thus far, he rather needs the assistance.
therealpm: (headscratch)
What the devil...?

John, is this anything to do with Sally?


May. 21st, 2011 08:44 pm
therealpm: (Default)
First the IMF, now the WTO. What other acronymed organisations will the Guardian suggest? MoD? RBS? WWF?
therealpm: (Default)

...people do seem to get the wrong idea rather easily.
therealpm: (Default)
Perhaps the funds raised by selling off Westminster could be reinvested into the Future Jobs Fund; in these trying economic times, it can be difficult to obtain paying work. The search for gainful employment continues.
therealpm: (Damn)
Stuff and nonsense.

therealpm: (Thinking)
Shirley how could you?
I do not spend my time plotting.

I'm not sure, despite all the effort that went into winning the bid, that a neighbourhood is the way I particularly wish to be remembered.
therealpm: (Default)
The boy is doing well, certainly better than is helpful given the current situation. Our long term strategy is reasonably secure, but a short term boost to keep us in the public's good books would not be unwelcome.

...and of course, a scattershot approach to divert media attention elsewhere can be very effective.

GQ Magazine

Mar. 6th, 2011 10:16 am
therealpm: (Thinking)
A little bit of wishful thinking, perhaps, on the part of several journalists.
therealpm: (Do not want)
I find all this speculation distinctly unfair. I am not evil, merely misunderstood.
therealpm: (Default)
Time to clear up a few misconceptions about my views on Mr Miliband.

In other, unrelated, news. I can confirm that contrary to media speculation, Coulson will not be joining 'Global Counsel'. We do have standards to maintain, after all.
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