During the rabble called PMQs yesterday, Angus Robertson the SNP MP, asked a question about Stephen Purcell.
"...Will he confirm that a Downing Street staffer took part in a conference call in 2008 which discussed the suitability of Stephen Purcell?"
Watch the video and see how the BBC commentator over-talks the PM's response which was exceptionally brief but inaudible.
The Speaker allowed this juvenile behaviour yet when the PM was talking he enjoyed the sound of his own voice shouting, "Order, order."
Once again reaffirmation that Westminster cares not a jot for Scotland.
Oh, MekQuarrie and myself think it was the libdems doing the 'Sean Connery' heckling. What's your opinion?
Update 10.30am: Hansard have now published PMQs. Gordon Brown's answer was: "I know nothing of what the hon. Gentleman says, but I shall look into it."
Updates from Calling England:
Quentin Letts writes that the shouts of 'Sean Connery' "came from around the House".