What made you decide to start blogging?
I'd been reading political blogs for a little while and, being an opinionated and shameless egomaniac, I thought I'd have a crack at it and discovered it's the perfect way to sort out all the thoughts and junk that otherwise clutters up my head.
I was also curious to see just how far I could take it, having started with the same tools as everyone else. I'm horrendously competitive really.
What is your best blogging experience?
And your worst?
What do you regard as your best blog entry?
What inspired you to go into politics?
You recently blogged about In The Loop and how horrible the Malcolm Tucker character is. Surely there are others just as bad, I mean Jamie is someone who seems to be practically unemployable outside of politics ?
Hmm that's the problem with The Thick of It and In The Loop - the lines between fact and fiction become very blurry indeed.
With regards to your recent post about how far from Labour should the Lib Dems move, surely the alternative, should a hung Parliament occur, be somewhat disturbing in itself?
We're talking about 3 parties that are quibbling over a couple of billion here and there out of a budget of over £650 billion a year - it's a farce.
Is there anywhere abroad which you haven't been to, that you would like to visit?
Is there anywhere abroad you have visited, that you would love to revisit?
Who, excluding the present leader, do you regard as the best Liberal Democrat/Liberal/SDP Party leader, and if different, the best Prime Minister?
Which political figure has been your greatest inspiration?
Favourite Bond movie?
Favorite Doctor Who?
Pass... oh, okay, look, it's David Tennant. I'm not proud.
Chocolate, vanilla, or mint?
Which Band, past or present, would you most like to see in concert?
In terms of visiting for the weekend, Oxford, Cambridge, or Barsby, Leics..?
Oh dear. Cambridge
Favourite national newspaper?
What would you say your hobbies were?
And what would you say were your three favourite songs and three favourite books (bar the Bible and The Complete Works of Shakespeare)?