Tag Archives: Theresa May

Here we go…Here we go…Here we go…

Back in September 2016 I sketched out a possible path towards Jeremy Corbyn becoming the next Prime Minister.  I have to say it was just a little bit of fun and quite honestly I can’t see it happening any time … Continue reading

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“…cry havoc and let slip the dogs of war…”

So the letter is signed, sealed and ….(I’m not sure how it is delivered) but no matter.  The rollercoaster of all rollercoaster rides starts today.   After the best part of nine months of posturing this is it.   Britain … Continue reading

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A Nicola Murray Momment

So the Conservatives have been found with their fingers well and truly caught in the cookie jar. Today they have been fined by the Electoral Commision for misreporting / overspending on the last General Election.  The nub of the offence … Continue reading

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Oh Gideon

Yesterday I wrote about how the women have taken over the British political landscape.  Today it is all about one of the scoundrels that has been ousted by the the people’s coup – George Osborne.  Over the past few days … Continue reading

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It’s a woman’s world

In Britain at the moment we have the unusual position that the two most powerful politicians in the Isles are women and surprise surprise they are both, in their own ways, making a good job of the pretty rubbish hand … Continue reading

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Standards

Yesterday the British Prime Minister made a speech about Brexit which I thought set out the Britain’s position on their relationship with Europe going forward.  I could not see the continuation of membership of the single market once I had … Continue reading

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Another day another fine mess we seem to be getting ourselves into

It seems that when the history of the Brexit saga is finally written today maybe seen as the day we finally walked through the looking glass and declared that we are no longer in Kansas (too many mixed metaphors I think). Today … Continue reading

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