Peter McHugh is the former Director of Programmes at GMTV and Chief Executive Officer of Quiddity Productions

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The Staggers
31 October 2012
One of the great mysteries of modern politics is how the leader of the Labour Party manages to smuggle a sharp pointy...
The Staggers
24 October 2012
When the Prime Minister of Great Britain and Northern Ireland accused the Leader of Her Majesty’s Loyal...
The Staggers
23 October 2012
The director general of the BBC came to the House of Commons this morning to restore his reputation over the Jimmy...
The Staggers
22 October 2012
A former editor of Panorama said last week that it "beggars belief" that the person who put the eulogy of...
The Staggers
17 October 2012
Aficionados of films of the western genre, otherwise known as cowboy movies, would have thought they had stumbled onto...
The Staggers
10 October 2012
It was the sudden appearance of Charles Montgomery Burns, masquerading as the Mayor of New York, which offered a clue...
The Staggers
09 October 2012
The applause began even before the hair appeared and only intensified as it was followed on stage seconds later by the...
The Staggers
08 October 2012
As befits someone whose career had crashed and burned in just six months, he arrived looking like he had come...
The Staggers
02 October 2012
How many nations?
The Staggers
26 September 2012
When Nick Clegg revealed his message to his members was to go back to their constituencies and “prepare for...
The Staggers
05 September 2012
He could have said: "plus ca change, plus c’est la meme chose", but being Dennis Skinner: "the...
The Staggers
11 July 2012
When Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote  that "into every life a little rain must fall,” he had not...
The Staggers
04 July 2012
Bob Diamond took time off from signing on yesterday to stick as many fingers as possible up to those who had put him on...
The Staggers
04 July 2012
It is fitting that scientists chose the Palace of Westminster to announce they were 99.999% sure they had found the...
The Staggers
02 July 2012
  One of the perks of being Prime Minister is when you address the House of Commons you always have your back to...

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