Monday, 28 June 2010

Thanks, Blue

For the perfect Monday morning lift:



(Well, the perfect Monday morning lift for true blues, at least...)

7 comments:

  1. Her worst days were better than Gordon's best.
    I don't miss her, but, much like Blair, she was good at what she did.

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  2. Lady Thatcher must have been under pressure by this stage, especially looking at the faces of her front bench, and yet she put on a fearless performance. She is perfectly correct: who wants to create wealth here when so much has to be immediately relinquished? Therefore the poor just get poorer. Even I understand this, a comment I direct to the Member of Parliament for North Southwark and Bermondsey, the Deputy Leader of the Liberal Democrats, the Rt. Hon. Simon Hughes MP.

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  3. Measured, if I understand it correctly this was PMQs on the day she quit.

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  4. An amazing woman. She fought the Conservatives' fight.

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  5. Measured, if I understand it correctly this was PMQs on the day she quit.

    It was indeed. See, for example, here.

    I remember hearing the "I'm enjoying this" clip at the time - probably on Radio 4 News. It was all very sad. She put on a brave face, but she must have been heart-broken.

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  6. Wasn't it her speech during the Confidence debate, which ended up being held after she had announced her resignation?

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