Stuck in heckle-town, apparently forever
Question Period in its present form has nothing to do with 'holding the government to account.' It is a venue for bitter, vindictive veterans and dismayed newcomers and an insult to the voting public.
The daily, 45-minute verbal brawl has always been contentious, of course, but it seems unwatchably stupid and shrill of late, writes Susan Riley. The Hill Times photograph by Shruti Shekar
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