Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening , I deeply regret that it’s necessary for me to make another public apology.
Unfortunately, they’ve made me make an unreserved apology to all those people that are not supporters of the Tory Party. It seems they are easily offended, I don’t know why, it was just a bit of bants.
But I didn’t mean it (Fingers Crossed)
Advance briefing is everything for politicians dashing from
one interview to the next in the run-up to an election, and Jacob
Rees-Mogg understands that better than most.
Rushing into one radio interview, he was armed only with the
rationale that leaving is common sense and that people should ignore
advice to remain. All good and all on-message so far. The tired old Leave vs
Remain argument. An easy interview to head into.
I’m a silly old nuggins says JRM
Opponents of Tory General Election candidate Francesca O’Brien have given up hope of being elected.
Lib Dem candidate, Ian Napton, told us, “What chance do we have against this sort of Tory talent. She goes around saying benefits claimants need to be put down and shameless Tories everywhere will come out and vote for her. It’s just the kind of bigoted nonsense every Daily Mail reader wants to hear. She’ll get a massive majority. There’s really no point in me standing against her.”
Daily MAIL HAILS NEW QUEEN
Having been rejected by the British public at seven previous General Elections noted self-publicist, Nigel Farage has decided not to stand in the upcoming vote.
“I looked at it and decided, nah! I won’t bother this time. Of course I’m not worried about being rejected for the eighth time. Anyway, I’ve got more than enough work not to be getting on with, in the European Parliament. Frankly the pay, benefits and lunches are much better in Brussels.” Said Nigel.
Nigel picks up his soap box and trots off
Boris Johnson has told Jeremy Corbyn, that his Dad is harder than Jezza’s Dad and if he doesn’t get a general election, his Dad will be round to give him a jolly good thumping.
The inclusion of Boris’s Dad in the argument represents a
serious racking up of tension between the two boys. Initially, Boris had
threatened to send his brother Jo round to do the duffing but the elder sibling
declined, stating that Bozo was ‘a spoilt little brat’.
Trouble in the playground