16th January 2012: Minister urged to resign after selling home weeks before rail link go-ahead!
The Daily Mail
Another minister on the Fiddle!
Cabinet Minister Cheryl Gillan faced calls to resign last night after it emerged she decided to sell her home 500 yards from the planned high-speed rail line 20 months ago.
Her 17th century townhouse in picturesque Amersham, Buckinghamshire, would have been blighted by the much-criticised HS2.
It was eventually sold in November - just weeks before HS2 got the go-ahead from the Government.
"How many MPs and their wives (and we know some like Ffion Hague, George Osborne etc) are Paid advisor's to Barclay's Bank, who the Coalition Government rescued with our money?"
16th January 2012: Two-faced David Cameron is a euro Con-man
The Daily Mirror
Cameron is Two faced
The Prime Minister is prepared to die in a ditch to defend the banksters in the City of London who trashed the British economy.
Siding with the few against the many tells us more about Cameron's Conservatism than dishonest slogans about how we're all supposed to be in this together.
"As if we needed to be told he is a two faced nepotist!"
16th January 2012: Ed Miliband echoes statement from shadow chancellor that Labour cannot promise to reverse any coalition spending cuts
The Guardian on-line
Ed Miliband - We cannot reverse coalition cut-backs!
Ed Miliband has continued Labour's efforts to win back credibility on the economy by echoing a statement from Ed Balls, the shadow chancellor, that Labour cannot promise to reverse any coalition spending cuts.
"Well fancy that, how surprising!"
20th January 2012: David Cameron: I remember every minute of my wedding night!
The Daily Mail on-line
It is supposed to be a time where privacy is a watchword.
But David Cameron has very publicly revealed how he can still remember the details of his wedding night 'minute by minute'.
The Prime Minister, who married wife Samantha in June 1996, also tells how he keeps the couple's marriage alive by ensuring they share weekly 'date' nights.
When asked what the most memorable 24 hours in his life were by a women's magazine, Mr Cameron revealed: "Probably getting married and the first night of my honeymoon. I can still remember it pretty much minute by minute!"
"I wonder if his Eton fag's would agree?"