Last night's edition of NEWSNIGHT is well worth watching again. About a third of the way in Jeremy Paxman has a rare outing to the Tate to see the Hogarth exhibition as a taster for a discussion on Lords reform with the superb Baroness Helena Kennedy and the smugger than smug Lord Lipsey (who they managed to caption as Lord Livsey at first). Kennedy completely skewered Lipsey and it was a delight to behold.
After this piece David Grossman followed up the Colin Challen/Ed Balls cronyism story. This internet telly downloading thing is beginning to catch on, isn't it?
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