Sympathy is beginning to mount for the gathering misfortune faced by Mother Theresa May.
As she wanders through the hallowed halls of Westminster, she remains devout in her mission to convert anyone who will listen, to her Brexit bible. Continue reading “Mother Theresa May continues to pray for a miracle as the Devil tests the Brexit Faithful”
In a remarkable show of bloody-mindedness Theresa May held a press conference confirming her deal was the only deal, there’s no other deal and if everyone didn’t vote for her and let her be PM any more she’d have no choice but to carry on.
In collaboration with Lord Greystoke, she’s produced details of her Post-Brexit vision. Continue reading “Theresa May’s Guide to a Post-Brexit Britain”
House of Commons
Sir Archibald Tarquin
House of Commons Wine Bar
To: Sir Graham Brady MP
Chair 1922 Committee
House of Commons
Dear Sir Graham,
I find myself compelled to write you to express my complete lack of confidence in Jeremy Corbyn.
Continue reading “Sir Graham Brady has received more than 48 letters saying they no longer have confidence in Jeremy Corbyn”
Russian supervillain, Mr Bigski’s, plan for World domination is almost complete. The last piece of the jigsaw fell into place when he assumed control of Interpol, the world’s police force.
Having orchestrated Brexit, the breakdown of global democracy, control of the oil and gas supply to the developed world, ownership of Chelsea FC and the election of Donald Trump, the Russian Supervillain’s plan to rule the world through ‘divide and conquer’ is almost complete. Continue reading “Mr Bigski’s plan for World domination almost complete as he takes control of Interpol”
Following the expected resignation of Dominic Raab and most of Theresa May’s ministerial team, the Prime Minster makes a stunning political manoeuvre, designed to completely wrongfoot herself, by appointing a 22 year old graduate, Giles Cavendish, to the post of Brexit Secretary. Continue reading “22 Year old intern, Giles Cavendish is the surprise appointment as the new Brexit Secretary”
This week sees the return of the much loved game show, I’m a Conservative, Somebody Get Me Out of Here.
The new season sees a thrilling new format, presaged by a series of preliminary heats which saw 8 Conservatives leave the camp ahead of the live final. Some contestants were clearly unhappy about leaving early, especially as they’re having to get by on a newspaper columnists salary, of £275,000 a year. Continue reading “Finally, the long awaited return of the nations favourite game show, ‘I’m a Conservative, Somebody Get Me Out of Here’”