- RT @commentisfree: Tories just about held it together in the past. This time it's different | Andrew Rawnsley gu.com/p/3gvka/tf (@andr… 43 minutes ago
- RT @adamjlent: The Tories have now found something to row about that is even less important to the voters than Europe. #Loongate 1 hour ago
- Farage takes his ball and goes home: blogs.spectator.co.uk/coffeehouse/20… 1 hour ago
- RT @mickfealty: "Roosevelt agenda could be popular and might restore the battered reputation of capitalism and markets" @iainmartin1 http:… 9 hours ago
- RT @RippedOffBriton: Are wages and employment rights being cut to make Britain more competitive? Or is there another reason?:@http://t.co/E… 12 hours ago
- RT @JohnRentoul: Use of "swivel-eyed" in books peaked in 1899-1900 and 1928-29, but dropped in early 1970s books.google.com/ngrams/graph?c… http://t.… 16 hours ago
- @adrianmcmenamin @anthonyjwells @mjturner1975 When you said C18, for a minute there I thought.... 17 hours ago
- @anthonyjwells @adrianmcmenamin I wonder if the idea came from Viz Comic's Billy Britain. 18 hours ago
- @PerryTimms Oh crap. Hope the beer was better than the game. 19 hours ago
- Did @anthonyjwells invent the term 'Swivel-Eyed Loons'? linksandlaw.com/technicalbackg… #loongate 20 hours ago
- RT @benedictbrogan: To judge by reaction to our Tory 'swivel eyed loons' story, the condition is contagious telegraph.co.uk/news/politics/… 21 hours ago
- RT @OwenJones84: @FrPaulStone @DPJHodges No, the Nazis exterminated millions of people in a genocidal war. Some protestors were rude to Far… 1 day ago
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Category Archives: Team Effectiveness
Professor John Cooper was not impressed by the MPs’ questioning of James Murdoch. “Sorely lacking in forensic rigour,” he said, “the culture, media and sport select committee resumed its cross-examination of Murdoch – and they were not up to it.” He … Continue reading