By Jason Moore
I must admit Ilove watching Prime Minister´s Question Time in the House of Common although Iunderstand that many people believe that the weekly verbal clash between the Prime Minister and the leader of the opposition is rude and over-the-top. I can see their point but it is great television even though neither leader ever answers the question! It is the same with the election coverage on television. Have you noticed that every time a television presenter interviews a politician, voices seem to be raised and the interviewer appears to go out of his or her way to make the politician feel uncomfortable and give him or her a hard time. Sometimes I find myself shouting at the television saying “let him answer the question!”It is a funny old business politics. No-one appears to trust politicians any more and you get the impression that the majority of voters in Britain would vote for Jeremy Clarkson of Top Gear fame if he was standing for election! And politicians don´t believe each other, either. Labour leader Ed Miliband believes that the British economic recovery has never happened and Prime Minister David Cameron says that it will never happen if Ed Miliband becomes Prime Minister. Liberal Democrat leader, Nick Clegg, believes that it has happened but it could have been much better and Nigel Farage of UKIP says that the recovery would be far stronger if Britain left the European Union. Strange times?So who do you believe? Iam with that guy from Top Gear! Happy Easter!