Field/Day for Icons

Did anyone watch this week’s PMQS ?

Not our usual cup of hemlock but the opening exchanges between PM Theresa May and the Leader of the Opposition Jeremy Corbyn were pure showbiz.  As everything is modern political life these days seems so scripted, rehearsed and stage managed  we’d be forgiven for thinking that there was a political and personal subtext.

Enter stage left sly old fox Jezza Corbyn firstly paying tribute to the late Hollywood actress Doris Day before saying “talking of icons…” and moving on to acknowledge that an unnamed somebody had been the MP for Birkenhead for 40 years. Now we might be reading too much into this but this neat little segue from from Doris Day to Frank Field –  What could possibly be the connection ? A mutual love of gingham? That in their respective quarters they’re regarded as some kind of ‘icon’?

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Whatever the intent it is amusing to observe that no matter how many times Field taunts him in the tabloids or tears into him on the telly there are always conciliatory words from Corbyn and the Labour leadership or when Field is on the campaign trail for the local Tories (oops! ,sorry, Matron’s Independents ) there are no threats of suspension or expulsion from the Labour Party. Field keeps on paying his Labour Party subs in the hope that all this awful, nasty Militant left wing nonsense blows over soon and everything can go back to being ‘nice’, where locally, nobody challenged his authority or his pet projects on the poor.

In tribute to Day (or was it Frankenfield?) Corbyn teasingly suggested that members  should join him in a rousing  chorus of  ‘Whip Crack Away” (whip – geddit?). Meanwhile they seemed to opt for ‘ Que Sera Sera’. We would have thought that in this instance ‘Secret Love’ would be as the most appropriate tune in more ways that one but especially when Theresa May reminded the House of Commons that Frank becoming MP for Birkenhead in 1979 coincided with Margaret Thatcher, Field’s great friend and political inspiration, becoming Prime Minister…

8 thoughts on “Field/Day for Icons

      • Here is a ‘frenzy’ BOOMERANG…

        ‘We have given them almost six years to own up and say it was all wrong, they’ve lied, cheated, hidden stuff, obfuscated and told bare faced lies’

        (The Aussie, on the Wirral Biz/Council scandal)

  1. G’day Leaks

    Forty fucking years!

    How many people in BirkenBloodyHell would even recognise him?

    Or, even the Jones’ for that matter?

    Ooroo

    James

    What have the three of them done for the good of the hell hole?

    Bet your missing the place L L XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXx

  2. G’day Leaky

    I lived on the wirral 40 years ago before going to Australia.

    The place was buzzing and exciting

    Forty years and the Fields Jones’ Foulkes Davies Davies et al

    The place is shitter.

    Ooroo

    James

    Why pay these barstards?

    Luv yer Lordy in your OBVS better place XXXXXXXXXXXXXX

    Has to be better it is not Davies/Field/BirkenBloody Hell

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