Journalist, author and political commentator Janan Ganesh is a regular on Andrew Neil’s Sunday Politics. He is the author of George Osborne: The Austerity Chancellor, a graduate of Warwick University and UCL and worked at the Policy Exchange think tank previously. Ganesh has over 42,000 followers on Twitter and is listed in Debrett’s top 500 people of influence.
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He is very bright and informed.
More sexy women please!!!!!!! No more boring politicians!!!!!!!!!
You really are a crashing bore
I have just seen a picture of Rod from Oz. He wears those huge glasses fashionable with fools in the ’70’s and has a face which bears a striking similarity to a bottom. Not the sort of face any ‘sexy woman’ would fall for….
No wonder we all think him an arsehole
Janan is always fair and rational. He should get his own show. Andrew Neil has had his day.
I suppose that means he supports your jihardist mates. Clearly, you are upset by Neil’s brilliant despatching of your murderous Middle Eastern barbarian friends. Neil is the business.
Peter Wayde – I am not a supporter of terrorism and I am disgusted you would suggest such just because of my name. Andrew Neil is old and it is time for someone younger. That’s all. That’s it. Nothing more to it.
Where do you come from?
Kuwait born but live in London. What does that have to do with my views on Janan Garesh being a good successor to Mr Neil though?
I leave you to guess. I prefer having someone who has my country’s interest at heart; rather than someone who does not identify with my cultural heritage. It would be as if I went to your country and tried to pretend I had a deep connection with Kuwait. And, by the way, what is your country of birth doing to eradicate the ISIL menace?
Precious little, presumably.
To be honest, I am fed up with non English coming here and criticising us. If they don’t like it here they should leave. And that most definitely applies to Muslims who cannot/do not wish to integrate.
We have Jews, Hindu, Jain, Buddhist, Sikh here. They all seem to manage without wanting their own legal system!