An urgent appeal has been launched across to try and find missing Brexit Secretary, Stephen Barclay.
He was last seen entering 10 Downing Street on 16th of November, 2018. After a short press conference where his appointment, as Brexit Secretary, was announced, he left the building and has not been seen or heard from since. Continue reading “The Brexit Secretary, Stephen Barclay has gone missing. Please search garden sheds, outbuildings and anywhere a vulnerable MP can build a den. Let’s get him home.”
David Davis, the former Brexit Secretary and Army Cook, has dispelled rumours that he doesn’t know his arse from a hole in the ground by taking a job with the excavating behemoths JCB.
Critics were surprised by the appointment as there was little evidence that suggested he knew the difference between his arse and a hole in the ground. In fact he seemed to have difficulty finding his arse with both hands. Continue reading “David Davis defies critics who say he doesn’t know his arse from a hole in the ground by taking a job at JCB”
Claims that standards of competence for MP’s have declined have been strongly rebuffed in a statement from parliamentary spokesperson, Ian Napton.
“Chris Grayling, the Transport Secretary, has been cited as an example of a ‘decline’ in ‘standards of competence’ within the House. This is simply nonsense.” Continue reading “Despite Chris Grayling there is no evidence parliamentary standards are dropping”
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”