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The Opposition's position owes more to political slapstick than  principle

Viewers of the BBC’s Question Time show last night will have got a foretaste of the general election campaign to come. The shadow foreign secretary, Emily Thornberry, was left with nothing to say after she was mocked by other panellists – and keenly interrogated by host Fiona Bruce – on her party’s Brexit strategy.

Those who missed it had another chance to relish the argument put forward by Thornberry when she appeared just a few hours later on the Today programme. To her credit, the Islington MP did not use those few hours between broadcasts to consider what went wrong with her first appearance or to seek to hone or...

The Opposition's position owes more to political slapstick than  principle

Viewers of the BBC’s Question Time show last night will have got a foretaste of the general election campaign to come. The shadow foreign secretary, Emily Thornberry, was left with nothing to say after she was mocked by other panellists – and keenly interrogated by host Fiona Bruce – on her party’s Brexit strategy.

Those who missed it had another chance to relish the argument put forward by Thornberry when she appeared just a few hours later on the Today programme. To her credit, the Islington MP did not use those few hours between broadcasts to consider what went wrong with her first appearance or to seek to hone or...

The Opposition's position owes more to political slapstick than  principle

Viewers of the BBC’s Question Time show last night will have got a foretaste of the general election campaign to come. The shadow foreign secretary, Emily Thornberry, was left with nothing to say after she was mocked by other panellists – and keenly interrogated by host Fiona Bruce – on her party’s Brexit strategy.

Those who missed it had another chance to relish the argument put forward by Thornberry when she appeared just a few hours later on the Today programme. To her credit, the Islington MP did not use those few hours between broadcasts to consider what went wrong with her first appearance or to seek to hone or...

The Opposition's position owes more to political slapstick than  principle

Viewers of the BBC’s Question Time show last night will have got a foretaste of the general election campaign to come. The shadow foreign secretary, Emily Thornberry, was left with nothing to say after she was mocked by other panellists – and keenly interrogated by host Fiona Bruce – on her party’s Brexit strategy.

Those who missed it had another chance to relish the argument put forward by Thornberry when she appeared just a few hours later on the Today programme. To her credit, the Islington MP did not use those few hours between broadcasts to consider what went wrong with her first appearance or to seek to hone or...