The Hansard transcript of the missiles debate between Phillip Hammond and Heidi Alexander is now available:
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Tagged as blackheath, missiles, Olympics
I have spotted these words: ‘operational readiness’, ‘overwhelming majority’, ‘outcome of the exercise’, ‘close proximity’, ‘deploy’, ‘very thin’, ‘effective interoperability’, ‘common communications platform’, ’embedded’, ‘ramifications’, ‘key decisions’, ‘assets in their communities’, ‘engaged with’ – why can’t these people speak proper? It’s in south London. Also, no one mentions toilets.
I am particularly offended by the phrase “very thin”. Is Parliament fatist? Also “key decisions”. I demand that our elected respresentatives renounce those.
Tactical necessity, calculated risk. Name the film…
The piano ?
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