The article was clearly written before Kilroy Silk's bizarre attack on Marks & Spencer's. He accuses the store of using 'distorting' mirrors in women's changing rooms to make people look slimmer when trying on clothes.
Eye's words of wisdom on Kilroy-Silk are not yet online, but here’s an extract:
Robert Kilroy-Silk spent the first two-and-a-half-years of his European mandate cultivating an air of mystery about what exactly he was doing.
He sat on no committees, authored no reports, and last made a speech in plenary in October 2005.
The latest news on his website dates from 2004.
And all of this for an annual salary of £60,000 and expenses of up to £100,000.
Now, however, as the next European elections edge just that little bit closer, Kilroy-Silk has become a member of the Parliament’s education and culture committee.
The committee, which deals among other things with broadcasting regulation, will no doubt benefit greatly from the orange one’s chat show expertise!