Jack Hurley

Originally from the West Country, Jack Hurley is a Leeds-based writer whose perhaps unhealthy obsessions with the BBC's Question Time has helped him carve a small and worrying niche in the blogosphere (http://questionabletime.com/). When not engaged in Photoshopping the same picture of David Dimbleby into progressively more farcical scenarios, Hurley can be found playing guitar in “Leeds' most random looking band”.

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Questionable Time: A front row seat for Michael Gove's Yadda-Yadda play

York, a stud of deep blue on the belt of red leather that keeps the nation's political trousers from falling down, was always going to be kind to for Gove

Questionable Time: Chuka Umunna can dance with Will Smith, but is he the real deal?

Plus, a grudging respect for Francis Maude and why watching Leanne Wood on Question Time is the most fun you can have with your clothes on

Questionable Time: The panel show waters are treacherous, will Stephen Twigg and Kenneth Clarke make it ashore?

Plus: Who, in the name of Jaws 2, is this Diane James?

Questionable Time: Angela Eagle, bankers' bonuses and The By-Election Blues

My god, Claire Perry's got an abundance of jaunt. It all just screams Le Creuset and the ability to absolutely dominate PTA meetings

Questionable Time: Forgiveness for Michael Heseltine and is Peter Hitchens a Meta-Troll?

Plus: Vince Cable and the knowing look and Diane Abbott, could you please stop name-dropping your constituency?

Questionable Time: George Galloway's Gallowstare confronted, and why Maria Miller is rubbish at QT

Plus: Someone's doing well out of horsemeat and why Susan Kramer is the BBC's answer to Punxsutawney Phil

Questionable Time: Humza Yousaf faces up to battle

Plus, Brian Souter's got history with Trouble. So back away, carefully

Questionable Time: James Delingpole fails to impress, but that's no thanks to Zoe Williams

Plus: A friendly reminder from Alan Johnson that he still exists and a cowed post-shuffle Baroness Warsi has nothing on the pre-shuffle version

Questionable Time: Anna Soubry gives her Spads another fat headache

There was no let up in Weymouth for the advisers to this hamfisted MP. Plus, Ming Campbell seems to have finally realised the jig is up

Questionable Time: I'm a little gutted that Nigel Farage is finally growing up...

Last night's Question Time featured Nigel Farage and Mary Beard

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