John Bercow, the speaker of the UK parliament, was recently referred to by a reporter as “the Marmite speaker”, writes Donald Dinnie, consultant at Natmed Medical Defence.
The expression was developed, originating in the UK, using Marmite as an adjective to mean you either love it or hate it (or them) – but cannot be indifferent to it.
The National Health Insurance Bill is like Marmite. People either love it or hate it.
There has been no indifferent response to it…..more