Cometh the Hour…

… cometh the man. Tory Bear has a wonderfully funny piece this afternoon.

When the going gets tough there is only one man who the Conservatives need back at the centre of their team.
He’s a man that could strangle you with a cordless phone…
A man who doesn’t read books, merely staring at them until he gets all the information he needs…
A man who can slam a revolving door…
A man who doesn’t wear a watch because he decides what time it is…
The reason Wally is hiding…
The person the bogey man checks under his bed for…

It’s time to bring back David Davis.


On another front, given the rumours beginning to circulate this afternoon that the Conservatives and Lib Dems are going to move a motion of no confidence in Michael Martin as soon as the new Parliamentary session begins on Wednesday, don’t you think that the words "Speaker Damian Green" have a certain ring to them?

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