(Original post by Rhadamanthus)
Mr Prime Minister, what are your thoughts on the recent Greek election and Greece's future in the Eurozone?
Well firstly i would like to let it be known that i am supportive of the single currency, though i do see the reform that is needed for its survival.
In regards to the Greek election i am pleased, i believe that the Greeks made the correct decision not only to prevent the threat of contagion but for its economic stability, far from suddenly being competitive i believe that Greek leaving the Euro would ensure a Greek depression as we see bank runs, mass capital outflows and emigration along with a worthless currency. Whilst the choice between stagflation inside the Euro and depression outside the Euro is a difficult one i believe that the Greeks made the correct decision.
In regards to Greece's future i believe that with the enactment of Euro and project bonds, Greece should be able to get a grip on its deficit, return to growth and eventually pay its debt (assuming fiscal union leads to an eventual budget surplus).
(Original post by Myotherone)
Mr Speaker, what is the prime ministers opinion on the story about the anorexic woman who a judge ruled must be fed?
Agree, i do not support suicide and as such voted against euthanasia.
(Original post by JPKC)
Mr Speaker, to what extent is the phrase "the best things in life are free" truthful?
(A question out of today's A2 General Studies exam paper.)
Everything has an opportunity cost, therefore that saying is only true in nominal terms.
(Original post by CyclopsRock)
Does the Prime Minister believe that this is the best thing Scott Parker has done for England? (And I say that as a Spurs fan)
(Original post by obi_adorno_kenobi)
Madame Speaker, will my Right Honourable friend join me in congratulating the Welsh Rugby team in their new position - the highest of any northern hemisphere side - in the IRB world rankings?
We should release a congratulations motion about it.
Mr Speaker, recent statistics from RL have shown a decrease in UK inflation. Does the Prime Minister agree that we should consequently embark on a new round of quantitative easing in RL, especially when we consider the fact that the UK is now in a double tip recession there?
(Original post by barnetlad)
Mr Speaker, does the Prime Minister think that the example in RL of a cat as leader of a party (the MRLP, Mandu until his sad death) could be an option for the TSR Lib Dems?
Perhaps, though i would prefer they hold off until Thatcher is reincarnated as an animal.
Internetguru - I believe that the governments of both Syria and Iran must be removed by NATO.
Stanlas - Not at the current time, the recession is shallow and inflation is continuing to fall.
Mazzini - He should not be given BskyB and should be convicted for allowing illegal activity to happen within his organisation. I think that the Sun and other tabloids are a load of rubbish however the times is not too bad.
David - I do not want England to win, i shall be supporting Italy now that the Netherlands are out.
Obi - Don't really care.
Cyclops - Probably.
Larmas - The EU yes. Eurozone, no. I do however believe that Germany will do what is nessesary for the Eurozone to survive.
Rory - Yes, first half of July it will be released.
Birchington - I do not agree with its existence, though i do think that prisons should be built on some of the unused Islands around the world.
Ysolt - Generally i do agree with you.
Thunder - When it has decomposed.
*Ongoing issue with TSR seems to be preventing quoting properly today.