Following the record-breaking success of last week’s petition to the Government to revoke Article 50, the petitions website has crashed again.
Petitioner Ian Napton said, “I was caught up in the euphoria of so many millions of people venting against Brexit and thought I’d start a petition of my own.”
Continue reading “Petition to replace with Theresa May with NZ PM, Jacinda Arden, tops 20 Million signatures”
Scandal has erupted in a contemporary London office, with the introduction of gender neutral toilets.
‘Unseemly’ male bathroom antics, have been witnessed by female colleagues, who claim that ‘sacred informal etiquette has been broken.’ Continue reading “Gender Neutral Toilets are causing a bit of a kerfuffle”
The Government, has announced that it can never be replaced. Propped up by The DUP, The Conservative Party will have an indefinite crack at running the country.
Ian Napton, a Tory spokesman, speaking from Central Office, said, “Voting again at a future General Election would be undemocratic and destroy the country’s faith in politics. The people voted at a General Election in 2017 for these Members of Parliament and to do anything to try to change that would be to go against the will of the people. They’d never forgive us.” Continue reading “The Conservative Party gives itself indefinite leave to remain in power”
This year’s ‘I have a banner’ day was declared a huge success, as over a million banner and placard enthusiasts took to the streets of London to show off their work.
Following on from the recent commemorative days, such as; ‘Take your frog to work day’, the ‘International Day of Happy Slapping’ and ‘Tickle a Donut Day’, March 23rd was designated ‘I have a banner’ Day. Continue reading “1 Million turn up for Central London’s ‘I have a banner’ day”
After tagging his own name, a graffiti artist has got away with his crime after Police admitted they were powerless to act, under GDPR.
Under GDPR anyone whose information is held by third party has to give explicit consent for their data to be used. However, without the explicit consent of the artist, police are unable to act on this information. Continue reading “Under GDPR police are unable to arrest a graffiti artist who used his own name”
A Pro Brexit public protest has received massive, and unexpected support, from millions of people in the North West.
Brexiteers arranged a ‘Go Slow’ on the M62. The idea is that they would form up into lines, across the carriage way and drive along at a steady forty miles an hour, thereby holding up all the traffic. This was supposed to send a signal to Parliament that ‘The People’ would not tolerate a delay to Brexit. Continue reading “Pro Brexit ‘Go Slow’ protest on the M62 backfires as journey times speed up”