It's noted that Iain Duncan Smith seems to be amused and smirks though the speech like the pompous, unthinking, unfeeling monster he is.
Also noted that most of Ms Jackson's colleagues seem to spend their time on their phones.
In a place where a member can be told to leave the chamber for not wearing a tie, would not it be an idea for the deputy speaker to ask members there to pay attention to the debate and leave their emails and Twitter accounts, or whatever else they are doing, to a time more suitable.
As Glenda was pointing out, we are talking about real people's lives here.
While we are on the subject of Twitter, after a Labour candidate in Angus tweeted this picture about some kids singing songs at the BBC protest at the weekend...
...the SNP office there was vandalised like this...
I wonder if there could possibly be a connection.
Perhaps Ms Wiles would care to comment?
The matter is in the hands of Police Scotland. It is yet to be seen whether there will be screams of outrage from Labour, as there were when someone stuck a small YES sticker on a Labour MPs office window.
It seems too that she thinks that independence supporter are benefit scroungers, which is a bit of a generalisation in honesty Ms Wiles, don't you think.
It's also pretty insulting to the many pro-independence people who are working, some I know in two different jobs to make ends meet, and looking after families or elderly relatives. (Click to enlarge this picture and read the text).
My advice to her would be to go easy on Tweeting of Facebooking. It's not your own supporters you have to impress; rather it's those who are against you whose minds you have to try to change, and you won't do it by calling them lazy scroungers or Nazis.
Methinks on the basis of these two issues, which I came upon within minutes of one another, she's not much of an asset to the Labour Party.
Update: I've just read Stuart's piece on this. Almost undoubtedly you will have as well, but just incase, here it is.
Update July 1: Wiles has apologised for the Nazi tweet. When Tom Harris associated Alex Salmond with Hitler he lost his job with Labour. Will Wiles now be told to stand down?
I've just see this, and thought I should add it.
Miliband has just been attacking the SNP for wanting to reduce Corporation Tax. Anas has said that Labour never has reduced corporation tax (even though they did, twice). But having got back home to England, and not realising that we in Scotland can read and write and actually have internet, Ed's Labour party has announced that it's new policy will be.... yep... you guessed it... to reduce Corporation Tax.
I know it's an overworked cliché but sometimes you just have to say: "You really couldn't make this Balls up".