Tuesday, 29 December 2015
National Security, Indeed
When he is not turning up at flood sites in order to offer his condolences but without any policy prescription, then David Cameron is issuing Christmas messages, or trailing in The Spectator that he may start delivering a "State of the Union Address".
But in comes Jeremy Corbyn, to remind him that he is merely a politician by challenging him to an annual State of the Nation Debate.
Never mind that pub bores' perennial red herring about overseas aid.
Corbyn should ask how we could afford Trident, and the airstrikes in Syria, but not the real defence of this country, namely against floods.