Ed Balls does panto

7th December, 2011 11:40 am

During a 35 minute speech in the house yesterday, the shadow chancellor kicked back and experimented with what seemed to be a spot of early panto in his jousting with the chancellor. When he mentioned Boris Johnson, we half expected someone to shout “he’s behind you”…

(h/t: Left Foot Forward)

  • Anonymous

    Great  just below this is an Ian Dale advert to buy Boris Johnson book, you could not make it up if you wanted.

    As for Ball’s not to clever, but on the other hand I thought Miliband had a good  PMQ’s today. with Cameron going off half cocked blustering and  unable to get out his message.

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