by dvo |
November 8, 2017 · 8:18 pm
“Trust me. I was definitely not sacked.”
Popular International Development Secretary Priti Patel was ordered back from an official trip in Africa by the PM, summoned to Downing Street and then by sheer coincidence decided to resign. “I wasn’t sacked” said Ms Patel.
In her resignation letter, which was in no way prepared in advance by the PM, Ms Patel said her actions “fell below the standards of transparency and openness that I have advocated for other people. I just didn’t realise they might apply to me. So I’ve resigned”.
Mrs May said Ms Patel’s Continue reading →
by malgor |
May 8, 2017 · 11:30 am
Corbyn and McDonnell show us the size of their imaginary balls of string.
The Labour media team has launched the Party’s election tag #StringandStubble in a direct hit on the Tories’ #StrongandStable.
Appearing on Channel 4 News, Chancellor-in-Waiting John McDonnell told Jon Snow that very few people had a clue what ‘Strong and Stable’ was all about.
“Perhaps it appeals to people who own a fleet of pedigree racehorses,” he said, “but the vast majority of people want something a bit less rolling hills and open countryside.”
“Labour believes that every man, woman and child has the right to own their own ball of string. Continue reading →
Filed under Around Harold, Civil rights, Economy, Election 2017, Labour, Politics, Social media
Tagged as Channel 4 News, election slogan, Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell, Jon Snow, labour, satire, Strong and Stable, Tories
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