An alternative view of PMQs – and it echoes Vox Political

I promised to publish alternative takes on Prime Minister’s Questions – and here’s one now.

But it doesn’t say much that I haven’t already.

There’s a bit of context: Rishi Sunak recycled lots of Boris Johnson’s old lines against the Labour Party because he was coached by Michael Gove, apparently.

But much of the rest of the commentary follows This Writer’s initial take, as PMQs was happening:

What do you think?

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1 thought on “An alternative view of PMQs – and it echoes Vox Political

  1. Wanda Lozinska

    Sunak at PMQs, used the tactic that “the best line of defence is to attack”. But what he said was inaccurate.

    Jeremy Corbyn didn’t want to “abolish the nuclear deterrent” as such, but Trident is a waste of money and doesn’t actually work. Even if it did, we’d need the co-operation of the USA to aim it at a target.

    He’s against NATO because it has ceased to serve a useful purpose and has been provoking wars.

    And he never said he wants to “scrap our armed forces” because they have very many other uses. He also wanted to fund them better, so personnel would have better equipment to protect them from being killed or injured. And wanted to care them after they left, especially if injured or had MH issues, as many are now homeless and rough sleepers.
    I hope these remarks are properly challenged.

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