Anyone still staying in touch with some politics will know of an election expenses scandal involving Tory "non-dom" Zac Goldsmith (MP for Richmond).

What has got me blogging though are his tactics on the subsequent interview about it on Channel 4 news. If any of you haven't seen it here is the link:

Essentially Goldsmith dodges answering the questions by raising and going on about Channel 4 not inviting him on originally to defend himself.

Is this a new way of dodging difficult questions that will be used by politicians? By eating up most of the time allotted for the interview and then only leaving a small amount of time to have to respond to the allegations. Or is this just a one off?

 

A new way to avoid answering the question