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Houses of Parliament Education Visits Officer invites Lords to ‘speed date’ underage teenagers

MARVELLOUS timing. The Education Visits Officer at the Houses of Parliament, one Dawn Hatch, has sent a letter to Lords inviting them to speed date teenagers.

Dear Lord ███████

Political Speed Dating Event – Thursday 22nd November

As part of Parliament Week 2012 we are holding a ‘Political Speed Dating’ event where a group of 13-16 year olds will have the rare opportunity to chat in small groups with current Parliamentarians.

The session will run at 10.30am to 11.45am in the Macmillan Room in Portcullis House, and it would be wonderful for the students if you were available to participate. We are inviting Members of both Houses from all parties and the event will involve up to 10 Members. We have extended the invitation to several members and I hope that you are able to participate.

Please contact me if I can provide any further information about the session, I hope to hear from you soon.

Yours sincerely,

Dawn Hatch

Education Visits Officer
Education Service
Houses of Parliament

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Posted: 13th, November 2012 | In: Politicians | Comment (1) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

BBC Wonk Michael Crick Upstaged By Shitting Dog

ALL eyes on the dog as Newsnight’s political editor Michael Crick, 53, stands before the cameras on College Green opposite the Houses of Parliament.

Molly, the five year-old collie, is a hard but fair critic.

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Posted: 25th, July 2011 | In: TV & Radio | Comment | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0

Election In Photos: Manish Sood Damns Gordon Brown And Other Tactics

MANISH Sood, the Labour Party’s candidate for North West Norfolk, says Gordon Brown is the worst Prime Minister Britain has ever had” (via). Bookies Paddy Power , never ones to miss a bit of PR, have projected the face of Conservative Leader David Cameron onto the Houses of Parliament and began paying out on a Conservative win.

In other news, the Financial Times has come out in support of the Conservatives. The only thing that can stop the Tories is tactical voting. The Daily Mirror calls for it. Ed Balls wants it. So, we’re all agreed – vote David Cameron and get rid of Gordon Brown…


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Prime Minister Gordon Brown shares a plate of chips with businessman Duncan Bannatyne (right) in a fish and chip shop in Great Yarmouth.

Posted: 4th, May 2010 | In: Reviews | Comments (3) | Comments RSS feed:RSS 2.0