What about this swivel-eyed loon[s]…that such language can be used by people near the centre of the party about people who get the party elected?
the Left-wing cabal at the BBC received both barrels from John’s forceful pen over what he regarded as their biased and defeatist coverage of the conflict. The Dimbleby brothers and Jeremy Paxman in particular, he thundered, seem to have betrayed their responsibilities to a contemptible degree. Oh, how we could do with John’s acerbic pen today.
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