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    Just been hit by a bit of lusophilia.
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    (Original post by Thunder and Jazz)
    Isn't that an XKCD comic?
    http://xkcd.com/386/
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    (Original post by Teaddict)
    I am really tempted to post the comments you guys made about Lois on that thread. She really annoys me.

    I think this covers it:
    She is annoying.

    You should post it all :ahee:

    I made an account on Politic and you liked me :awesome:
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    Plutarch?

    If so I was just about to post this:

    http://www.politic.co.uk/19669-indep...tml#post182972
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    (Original post by Teaddict)
    Plutarch?

    If so I was just about to post this:

    http://www.politic.co.uk/19669-indep...tml#post182972
    Holy christ. That link isn't from The Telegraph. What's going on with the world?
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    (Original post by Norfolkadam)
    Holy christ. That link isn't from The Telegraph. What's going on with the world?
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    Another notice: aaran-j will be doing tomorrow evening's HoC Update. Please send anything to be actioned for tomorrow to him.
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    (Original post by Metrobeans)
    QFA
    Despite there being nothing in the constitution for such a measure, would you allow shadow secretaries/party spokesmen send you questions for their opposite in government which would then be posted, with response, in public, and which would, naturally, give the questioner right of reply?
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    (Original post by Nothos)
    Despite there being nothing in the constitution for such a measure, would you allow shadow secretaries/party spokesmen send you questions for their opposite in government which would then be posted, with response, in public, and which would, naturally, give the questioner right of reply?
    The Opposition hasn't even announced its Shadow Cabinet :confused:
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    (Original post by Ham and Cheese)
    The Opposition hasn't even announced its Shadow Cabinet :confused:
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1606832

    I think you'll find the ministries of the members of the official opposition listed upon this page.
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    (Original post by Ham and Cheese)
    The Opposition hasn't even announced its Shadow Cabinet :confused:
    Check again
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    (Original post by Nothos)
    Despite there being nothing in the constitution for such a measure, would you allow shadow secretaries/party spokesmen send you questions for their opposite in government which would then be posted, with response, in public, and which would, naturally, give the questioner right of reply?
    If it was on a current RL or TSR HoC issue of importance which perhaps deserves more than a two line answer, I might. Don't forget there is the Government question time thread, which I presume allows members to question any member of the cabinet.

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    Is that right?
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    (Original post by Nothos)
    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1606832

    I think you'll find the ministries of the members of the official opposition listed upon this page.
    Hmm, no Shadow Health Sec?
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    (Original post by Metrobeans)
    If it was on a current RL or TSR HoC issue of importance which perhaps deserves more than a two line answer, I might. Don't forget there is the Government question time thread, which I presume allows members to question any member of the cabinet.
    Well, one presumes the only questions submitted would be about current RL or HoC issues. Unless, I guess, a shadow secretary had a pressing urge to know whether a SoS is wearing suspenders and a bra :confused:
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    (Original post by Teaddict)
    Plutarch?

    If so I was just about to post this:

    http://www.politic.co.uk/19669-indep...tml#post182972
    Yep that's me :awesome:
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    (Original post by Nothos)
    Well, one presumes the only questions submitted would be about current RL or HoC issues. Unless, I guess, a shadow secretary had a pressing urge to know whether a SoS is wearing suspenders and a bra :confused:
    The bit about them being important and deserving of more than a 2 line response is what I'm getting at. Asking the Foreign Secretary about Libya may be worthy of its own thread. Asking him about Icelanders voting not to compensate the UK wouldn't be
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    (Original post by Metrobeans)
    If it was on a current RL or TSR HoC issue of importance which perhaps deserves more than a two line answer, I might. Don't forget there is the Government question time thread, which I presume allows members to question any member of the cabinet.
    Yes that is right, although sometimes I will answer instead as I am suprememe overlord :awesome:

    TBH I don't see the need but I am fine with this happening. A reasonable amount of time would have to be given for response of course.

    Edit: How about if questions are sent to you - you send them to me and I get an answer from the relevant person and then post it in the Gov thread and quote the relevant person?

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    Read in the paper today that an academic has come up with a new theory about Gustav Holst's "Planets" sequence. Apparently it's a spiritual-socialist critique of capitalism. Strikes me as quite a fascinating perspective given Holst's obvious beliefs in both Eastern spiritualism and Western Socialism (not to mention that he shared his socialism with his great friend Ralph Vaughan Williams).
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    (Original post by paddy__power)
    Yes that is right, although sometimes I will answer instead as I am suprememe overlord :awesome:

    TBH I don't see the need but I am fine with this happening. A reasonable amount of time would have to be given for response of course.

    Edit: How about if questions are sent to you - you send them to me and I get an answer from the relevant person and then post it in the Gov thread and quote the relevant person?

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    The PM is an authoritarian! :fuhrer:
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    (Original post by Adorno)
    Read in the paper today that an academic has come up with a new theory about Gustav Holst's "Planets" sequence. Apparently it's a spiritual-socialist critique of capitalism. Strikes me as quite a fascinating perspective given Holst's obvious beliefs in both Eastern spiritualism and Western Socialism (not to mention that he shared his socialism with his great friend Ralph Vaughan Williams).
    Interesting. True you think?
 
 
 
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