Tag Archives: Theresa May

Fuhry Road

Some things to remember about political shenanigans in the UK lately. Those of us who aren’t nasty fascists are, of course, perturbed that Nigel Führage and his band of shitsticks garnered quite a lot of votes at the recent EU … Continue reading

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Who’s Bill?

Sometimes words just aren’t. You know what I mean? Well of course you don’t because they aren’t. This is a specific time of them aren’t-ing and there’s not a damn thing I can [insert active verb] about it. Now and … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk About Bottoms

“The higher a person climbs the more the world sees of their backside.” Is this a common quote? I’ve not heard it before and was amused to read it in a newspaper article today. Surprisingly the article was not about … Continue reading

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The Not Quite Ides Of June

So this is awkward. The United Kingdom becomes an even greater laughing stock around the world as Theresa ‘not at all strong or stable’ Maybot clings desperately to the last vestiges of power and pretends that her party didn’t take … Continue reading

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A Week Is A Long Time In Politics

What a complicated system British parliament is. Although two parties generally collect most of the votes during a general election there is no limit to the number of parties who can field candidates and there is nothing to prevent anybody … Continue reading

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A Letter To The (sub)Prime Minister

Dear Theresa May, You have no right to express sympathy for the dead of any terrorist attack when you continue to ensure that the UK is one of the world’s biggest arms dealers. Terrorism starts with those who provide the … Continue reading

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Article 50 Shades Darker

There are those who voted for the UK to leave the European Union in last year’s referendum for perfectly valid personally political reasons. I may not agree with their conclusions but respect that if they researched and understood how specific … Continue reading

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