Jeremy Corbyn has confirmed that the Labour Party will campaign to Remain in the EU under a second referendum, which is not happening, unless Britain supports a decision to leave.
In the clearest statement yet from the Labour supremo, it
was announced that Labour might support Brexit, or it might not, and it
definitely wouldn’t support no deal or a damaging Tory Brexit unless the Unions
said it was okay to do so, which they haven’t so far.
In, Out, Shake it all about!
Top Trip Advisor reviewer, Tommy Robinson, returns to The Pentonville Hotel to see if it’s taken his previous comments on board.
Last time Tommy stayed at The Pentonville he only gave it a one-star
rating. He was very critical of the facilities, food and atmosphere. He also
felt that the room service was far below the standard expected from such a busy
The Pen’s Governor, Ian Napton, says they’ve taken notice of
Tommy’s comments and have worked hard to make major improvements.
it’s enough to drive you stir crazy!
The best-selling hair colour brand, used by millions of men has
been banned as sexist.
Under EU anti-discrimination rules the hair dye is
considered to be insulting and demeaning to those who are not Men, those who
aren’t sure if they are Men, Men who want to be Men, Women who want to be Men,
Women who want to be Women but look like Men, Women who want their Men to be
Men and Women who want their Men to be someone else.
Tu es sérieuse !
Lord Justice Ian Napton has clarified an earlier court ruling by confirming that politicians lie, you know they lie so it’s your own fault if you believe anything they say.
The landmark ruling came about after Mark Taylor got fed up
with being lied too. He crowd-funded a court action, in order to try to hold,
just, one politician to account. Mr Taylor argued that as a politician is a
servant of the people, they had a duty to act honestly and failure to do so was
‘mis-conduct in a public office’.
Read more lies here!
As part of his campaign to say anything in order to become Prime Minister further details of Boris Johnson’s points-based immigration system have emerged.
New arrivals will be given a points value based on how Brown they are according to The Painters Colour Chart. The darker the shade the fewer the points.
Due to Liverpool’s high sun bed usage some residents may get caught at airport security, but the Government thinks this is a small price to pay.
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The Royal Household’s annual budget came under scrutiny yet again today after it was revealed that the Prince of Wales had spent £20,000 on a train journey from London to Port Talbot.
It is understood that where the Prince would ordinarily allow his Private Secretary’s team to take care of such mundane matters, he was intrigued to have a go at booking a train ticket online himself, with expensive consequences.
One does ones best!