Winner of the November caption competition

There were some good entries for the November caption competition and more than I was expecting.  There were several contenders – it was difficult to select a frontrunner – that focused on the fact that the benches were red.  Some were more focused on the general layout.  I rather liked Pendragon’s ‘When feng shui goes bad…’.  Others drew on the presence of the tea mug and the absence of cake.  Croft and tizres rather digressed to provide captions based on what I said in the interview rather than anything in the picture!

However, the winning caption is one that came rather out of the blue and made me laugh.  The winner is Neil M with: Isn’t this how Alan Partridge started?  Next stop, the 1am – 5am slot on Radio Norwich. 

The winner will be receiving a copy of Reform of the House of Lords.

About Lord Norton

Professor of Government at Hull University, and Member of the House of Lords
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1 Response to Winner of the November caption competition

  1. tizres says:

    Nous? The fake news reference was due to the change of ties; surprisingly, not yours but that of the interviewer. Check the photo you provide with that of the interview on YouTube. Can you enlighten your loyal readers?

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