Disclaimer: THIS IS A JOKEÂ
Ed M: How is the Business Growth Fund going?
PM: I’d happily blame you gits for every problem we’re facing. We are doing more than you
Ed M: Keep chatting shit. You’ve helped two businesses. Are you doing enough?
PM: You failed to control banks, so *blows raspberry*
As some followers of The Multicultural Politic, are aware, every now and then I translate the waffle and guff spoken during Prime Minister’s questions into ordinary language. The words in quotes are literal, everything else is inferred by me.
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“Capital punishment is the most premeditated of all murders”
Tuesday night I, with around 300 others, answered Amnesty International’s call to hold a vigil for Troy Davis, outside the US Embassy in London. It seemed inconceivable that the world’s most powerful democracy could execute a man, especially a man whose conviction had appeared to be […]
From Dale Farm Solidarity London (dalefarmldn[at]gmail.com)
On Thursday 15th September, friends and supporters of the Traveller site at Dale FarmÂ in Essex and activists from various campaigning groups will assemble in a flash mob to create a â€œcardboard cityâ€ at the offices of the Department of Communities and Local Government (DCLG).
Supporting activists and groups include No Sweat, […]
In case you missed today’s emergency Prime Minister’s Questions and statement on the riots. Here is our irreverent summary on PMQs each q&a is tweetable.
These are not quotes nor should be taken as an accurate representation of their views. This is (weak) satire.
An African-Caribbean woman venting her frustration at the rioters [contains swearing]
On Tuesday morning, I took the time to go around Peckham Rye and High Street to survey the damage of Monday nightâ€™s riots. It wasnâ€™t as bad as I had feared but the damage was considerable. Greggâ€™s the bakers was burnt out, destroying the several […]
By Alex Hilton / @alexhilton
The thing is, theyâ€™re all Labour, so theyâ€™d all do OK. And with preference voting, I get to support all of them to different degrees so support for one candidate or another isnâ€™t necessarily a rejection of the others.
But none of them is an Obama waiting to bloom […]
Just when you thought it was safe to turn on the TV without seeing a Blairite taking control of some part of government policy… the Coalition Government once again disappoint.
Prime Minister David Cameron has recently been playing a steady public relations game of trying to appear tough and Thatcherite on the deficit but also as […]Read more →
From Jon Bartley on Ekklesia
So despite David Cameronâ€™s promise on national TV to meet with the parents of disabled children who attend mainstream schools, andÂ Channel 4â€™s FactCheck which showed that the PM didnâ€™t know the contents of his own manifesto with regard to the treatment of disabled children, the Lib Dem-Conservative agreement has taken on […]
After 5 days of selling themselves to the highest bidder, the Liberal Democrats have gone to bed with Cameron’s Conservatives. Liberal Democrats across the federal executive and parliamentary group are quietly grinning that finally after almost 70 years they are back in government.
Peter Mandelson predicted “[People who] vote Lib Dem, they are making […]
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