And the grassroots effort to make "question time" happen again—well, the website hasn't been updated in more than a year.
Mark McKinnon on why "question time" should be a regular feature.
The communications consultant, 42, a former BBC question time producer, is an Old Etonian and the nephew of the Duke of Richmond.
They're calling it question time, after the raucous weekly grilling of the British prime minister.
Alex Massie on how his question time performance saved his skin—for the moment, anyway.
"This gentleman evidently thinks it is question time," struck in the real speaker with undisturbed composure.
It has furnished me with many a cutting rejoinder for question time.
One wondered that under such auspices 'question time' was as popular as it obviously was.
Since he could get no satisfaction at question time he kept Members in, after hour of adjournment, in order to debate subject.
Saunderson set him agog at question time, by rubbing him down wrong way.