Thursday, 26 May 2016

Transparency at PMQs

David Cameron clearly believes in the healing powers of transparency, and that "real progress" can be made when there is sufficient "political will" (The fight against corruption begins with political will,12/05/16). Could I suggest that he applies this belief to the televising of Prime Minister`s Questions? Instead of the cameras focusing on Corbyn, when the leader of the Opposition is asking his questions, could they not be directed at the Tory benches, so that we could see who is responsible for what can only be described as disgraceful behaviour? "The world" after all, is "turning towards transparency", as Robert Palmer of Global Witness says, so surely it is important that the "mother of all parliaments" is not left behind (PM promises to crack down on laundering,12/05/16).

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