November 07, 2006

What Do I Think?

That is the question. Tomorrow I’ll probably be asked it several times as I (hopefully) make a guest appearance on 18 Doughty Street, the online political TV channel with a right-wing slant.

If everything goes to plan, I might be on some time after 9pm. I’m assuming we may be talking about the U.S. election results and I’d quite like to stick my ore in on the Farepak debacle, although the moment might have passed by then.

Being a generally right-wing channel, I’m not sure how much I will try to be a dissonant voice in a sea of Tory rhetoric!!! Should be fun anyway.

Do watch it and send some comments in so we have something to talk about! I’m hoping to have some behind-the-scenes photos to share with you next week.


I’m afraid it will be a quiet few days on the blog as I’m at the Student Radio Awards on Thursday night (which is linked to 18 Doughty Street’s Iain Dale in a roundabout way) and then I’m traveling around the UK all weekend. I’m staying with Adam who is apparently living in the 1980s and doesn’t have the internet. What a sorry state of affairs.


I’ve just noticed Firefox 2.0’s spell checker while writing the blog. How brilliant!?! Why anyone would carry on using Internet Explorer I don’t know.

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  1. Blamerbell

    Ask him what the secret Tory plan for winning the next election is. He tells us they’ve got one, but won’t tell us what it is. Telling someone you have a secret plan but then not telling them ‘cos it’s secret’ is just so flipping playground. So wean that out of him.

    You could also ask him what the Tory policy is on, err, let’s see…. anything?

    And why he keeps stealing Iain Duncan Smith’s speeches even though they obviously did him no good.

    I’ll stop now.

    07 Nov 2006, 20:47

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