Parliament’s roof is due for repair and it looks like MPs will have to decamp somewhere else while the work is done. Suggestions so far have been Church House, QE2 Conference Centre (all in spitting distance of the current Commons) and the old GLC County Hall (on the other side of the river). Some are suggesting that this arcane relic of Victorian Gothic non-user friendliness ‘n’ yah-boo adverserialism is not fit for purpose in a 21st century democracy and needs pulling down to be replaced with a more modern thing boasting a glass atrium and swimming pool. Others weighing in are suggesting moving it to Manchester.

What will the HP sauce bottles of the future look like?

This post first appeared at the excellent Labour Home site here

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