Politics


No Point in Rejoicing the June end of May!

Posted on May 24, 2019

As far a painful political death's go, the end of Theresa May was about as pathetic as it gets. Who were tears at the end for, herself, or as an apology for job badly done? The Downfall May's downfall began the day (somewhat ironically) the implementation of British Sovereign Law was imposed. This meant she could not push through Brexit without the agreement of parliament. An attempt to increase her majority (allegedly on the advice of ...

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Rees-Mogg and a Vassal State

Posted on March 29, 2019

One of the chief reasons for serfs voting for Brexit has been their desire for a return to 'the good old days'.I don't know when those good old days were, but I am sure they existed. I asked my dad who is 87, and he can't remember when they were either. They must have been a long time ago. Recently, I spoke to a chap I know (who is a Brexiteer) and he was reminiscing about cricket in the 1960's. He recalled that back then, the cricket season ...

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People Devoid of Human Compassion

Posted on March 20, 2019

Many years ago, I was involved in a minor incident that has always stuck with me. I was on a trip away and as I sat in the sunshine, a toddler waddled past me. She was lost and a bit confused but not particularly upset.Like a normal person, I picked her up and walked towards a group of people who were sat a few hundred yards away having a drink. Fortunately, the toddler was theirs, so they were obviously grateful for her return. They offered me ...

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Third Attempt at a Kit Response!

Posted on January 25, 2019

Hi Kit,hope things are going well your end. I still haven’t heard from you about my ferry and balloons ventures? I have to presume they are dead in the water, or should I say English Channel? I have read that the £110 million set aside for ‘No Deal’ ferries has now been fully allocated to freight companies. With that in mind, I presume that there will be a rebate back to the tax payer in the event of a Brexit deal? This especially ...

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The Brexit Double Down Has Started

Posted on January 23, 2019

I was reading an article the other day about how people who voted Brexit did so on impulse without any facts. This is nothing new of course, because 95% of people who voted to leave the EU barely know what it is. Why do I know this? Well, every time I have responded to a social media ‘Leave Means Leave’ post on Twitter or Facebook asking for an EU Law that has affected that individual, I have not received one response. If someone asked ...

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