Bercow hounded by the BBC after ruling out Brexit deal vote

Bercow hounded by the BBC after ruling out Brexit deal vote



how do you explain to the public what you did yesterday Mr Burke oh it's a very old precedent you said in January and that mr. Burke you said hey I really feel you ought to get yourself some coffee or tea I did offer to buy you all coffee and tea but you declined my kind offer ever you've obviously already drunk lots of coffee or tea and I wish you well tonight it's a very very impressive bubble hat you're wearing there perhaps not a bobble hat but I have some salts anyway I'm sure everybody I'm sure people are so very grateful to you for showing such an interest at this time of the morning very you said in January that Parliament can't rely on all precedents the work Oh careful careful curls coming over here I'm not going to sacrifice myself for your benefit I know you attach great weight to what you think but actually be kind enough to allow me to pursue how do you explain your decision to introduce okay very well that lots of people are annoyed at this decision what would you reply to that are you trying to delay break you said in January that Parliament can't only rely on precedent this is a very old precedent 1771 what made you choose to dig it up yesterday mrs. okay doing it's the right decision what nestled next to brakes it mr. burka gentleman you'd allow me to work thank you and I wish you a good day thank you you

36 thoughts on “Bercow hounded by the BBC after ruling out Brexit deal vote

  1. This reporter is an absolute embarrassment. Who would thing, “he doesn’t seem to be answering me at all, maybe if I continue my repetitive, persistent badgering he may answer.”

  2. Wow !! So in the UK the speaker of the house can just walk around casually & people can actually approach him !!

  3. He made this journalist look/sound like a true imbecile. You can hear the idiocy in this journalists voice. Maybe its amplified because of Bercow's accent, but nevertheless the reporter is as dumb as a box of rocks and it's evident

  4. People starting to act honourable, to seek attention, attempting to sound like they have a highly levelled IQ, by (miss) placing it (without) knowing it, intelligent words are key in this relative. I prefer honourable education, even when contracted by influence, but,’ it needs to be carefully studied to truly understand such construct of vocabulary and grammar so subconscious agendas are not, and I repeat’ are not narrated through factual law. There’s a reason why democratic law exists. It is very easy to capture a fact and while presenting that fact construct a plague, (agenda) or opinion that, is not, factually relevant to the facts at hand, therefore making believe or self believe that, that is indeed “FACT”. To conclude my points I will highlight relative objectives as per the following in a reasonably honourable form – 1. I’m telling you what to think of these facts because I’m an expert on fact – 2. I’m telling myself I’m an expert on fact because I “think” I know fact – If you don’t know the law, you don’t know fact. And that’s a fact!

  5. BBC journalists should take a journalism crash course and stop shaming themselves.
    And Bercow is the best kicking asses.

  6. What’s crazy is if you actually didnt know who bercow was he’d look like your average Tom walking down the streets of London.

  7. What’s crazy is if you actually didnt know who bercow was he’d look like your average Tom walking down the streets of London.

  8. Nobody:

    Comment section: The way Bercow dealt with this situation and his oratory skills are truly amazing

  9. 00:45 "…attach great weight to what you think…" which is exactly what the disrespectful and undemocratic John Bercow is guilty of as Speaker and manipulator in the House of Commons.

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