The new MP for St Mary Mead, the fictional setting of many of Agatha Christie’s Miss Marple novels, has set out a bold new platform on which he aims to catapult himself into the heart of the ongoing Brexit negotiations.
Mr Colin Woolderson, who has held the seat since 1893, when he won it in a game of Gin Rummy, announced his plans to the Chipping Cleghorn Gazette, “I have spoken to many of my constituents and what they want is much much less murder. After that, they’d like to maybe get rid of that nosy old bag who’s always poking around. Finally, we think it’s high time we decided what kind of Brexit we want.”Continue reading “Miss Marple’s MP makes daring bid to lead Brexit negotiations”
The idea for this cartoon came from Theresa May, repeatedly flying off to meet the EU in the hope of a miracle. The frustration from the EU was very clear. Being as welcome as a Jehovah’s Witness was a simple connection to make.
We did consider, Electricity Company canvassers, Local Councillors, Charity Bag collectors, kleeneeze and Avon distributors before settling on Jehovah’s Witnesses.
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The EU has become frustrated at Britain’s repeated request for Brexit extensions. Donald Tusk’s stole the Prime Minister’s headlines by suggesting a flextension, Not to be outdone, Theresa May has come up with a cunning plan of her own. Brexit is to be delayed until tomorrow. Continue reading “Brexit has been delayed until tomorrow”
The brutal genocide of one’s enemies should not be taken off the negotiating table, say both left and right wing Brexit activists, after months of shouting at each other on Twitter have failed to break the deadlock.
While the political classes are spending their every waking moment trying to fathom what might happen next with Brexit, the people who actually voted for the damn thing are pondering an entirely different problem.