Did you maybe mean commentaries?
“The level of ignorance among the commentariat is astounding.”
“Either the VC commentariat is exhausted from discussing these issues, or really, really hates podcasts.”
“I might have had more respect for his views if he had followed in his family tradition of service to the Conservative party, rather than joining the "commentariat" - wielding great influence without accountability.”
“I think the problem the commentariat is having is simply that the effective attack now is coming from the left – having already conceded to the right, they’re feeling kinda cornered. duus Says:”
“As a member of the so-called commentariat I should know what the Tories 'policies are on a wide range of subjects, but I don't.”
“The commentariat are the modern equivalent of Canute's fawning courtiers.”
“The British media establishment, the "commentariat", by and large think and act the same.”
“But the supposed member of the "commentariat" who said that was not, in fact, a commentator.”
“A sense of propriety, of dignity, sits heavily on the "commentariat," as Krugman calls it.”
“Telegraph blogs 'commentariat': they are not simply united by a common employer in the Barclay brothers: they are a self-perpetuating cabal of like-minded individuals whose allegiance is to forces far deeper than Tory politics.”
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