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The British Government – Slapstick Comedy

Posted on September 25, 2020

If Brexit were a slapstick 1970’s movie, it would be funny. ‘Carry on Brexit’ would be a fitting title for this utter farce that is more ridiculous than I ever imagined it could be. When we left the union, I thought someone sensible might enter the room and fudge a deal that kept us in the EU in all but name. However, in my gut, there was a feeling that it would be a populist revolution to serve the few, not the many. Who’d have ...

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How Do we Stop the Legitimised Bullshitters?

Posted on September 16, 2020

There is one question that Labour leader, Keir Starmer, must come up with an answer for. Jeremy Corbyn failed to answer that question and so did Ed Miliband. The question is this. How does Starmer marginalise and put a lid on the bullshitters led by Boris Johnson, the King of Bullshitters? Johnson has given these people a voice and legitimised bullshit. Liberated, they have come out in their droves spouting their nonsense at any poor sod who ...

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Race & Prejudice

Posted on June 18, 2020

I have been thinking a lot about racism and prejudice this week. I still don’t know enough about it to be anywhere near an expert. Still, I hope what I am about to write makes sense. The problem as I see it, is there are a lot of people who have convinced themselves they are not racists because they are fundamentally decent. They wouldn’t scream racial obscenities like those morons in London last week; so, in their mind, that means they ...

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Marcus Rashford and Food Vouchers

Posted on June 16, 2020

Old Boris Johnson seems to be making more U Turns than a knackered SatNav right now. The latest, under pressure from a footballer, being the extension into the summer that offers food vouchers for the poorest kids in society. Sport & Politics Of course, the government should be happy that a professional footballer is doing his bit for the Coronavirus. After all, it was footballers who they told to do more at the beginning of the ...

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How Will New Immigration Laws Will Affect Employment?

Posted on January 23, 2020

Something struck me last night, although I might be barking up the wrong tree. It happened when I was listening to something on the radio about Boris Johnson’s new government wanting to attract the best talent from across the globe. When you hear about Johnson attracting talent, it makes you wonder if he was talking about his endless stream of mistresses, but I think he meant professional people. Doctors, surgeons, scientists, engineers ...

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