30/6/2010

Faced with Dorries’ cavalier approach to science-based policy, it’s hard for the rational voter to imagine a worse candidate for a position on the health select committee, but the Conservative Party has managed it, with a second seat on the committee handed to the extraordinary character…

Faced with Dorries’ cavalier approach to science-based policy, it’s hard for the rational voter to imagine a worse candidate for a position on the health select committee, but the Conservative Party has managed it, with a second seat on the committee handed to the extraordinary character of David Tredinnick, MP for the constituency of Bosworth, and possibly Narnia.

Martin Robbins, Conservatives put Dumb and Dumber on the health select committee


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This tickled me. However, I mean no disrespect to the fine women who made it that genuine English accents would have been even better. If they could persuade Helena Bonham-Carter to get involved (and I could quite imagine her being up for it), even better.