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  • Despite Scottish ToryBoy's banterous suggestion that I can be too partisan in staunch defence of the SNP, I like to think that the one thing I defend most fiercely is the right to take polls seriously, a view that not all political aficionados seem to share.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • PMQ's was actually reflective of the better, good natured and banterous nature of politics ... something which most pompous prats in all parties consistently fail to convey.

    Ming Campbell & PMQs

  • The comic timing of the other characters Nick, Schmidt and Winston is brilliant, their banterous exchanges being more than a touch reminiscent of Friends.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • Keys, as this column recently revealed on yet another slow news day, rescued a pair of fellow sailors from their stricken vessel while boating off Mallorca earlier this month - and it now seems as if he and Gray could be the saviours of TalkSport radio, too, after attracting more than 100,000 extra listeners to the slot previously occupied by the insufficiently banterous "Saggers and Graham".

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

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