712 Responses to Midweek Thread 6 July 2022

  1. theisland says:


    • Scroblene says:

      It’s labour’s way of defining a ‘definite maybe’, Island…

      As there’s some sort of injunction on reporting on beergate, he’s probably doing a prince andrew and denying everything, while hiding!

      What a Jodrell Banker that bloke is!


  2. tomo says:

    Just noticed that The BBC web account is “Hotel California”

    – you can sign in but you can never leave (at least trivially…)

    any tips on signing out?



    • Tabs says:

      If you click on your username near the top it takes your to a webpage with a signout option.


  3. tomo says:



  4. micknotmike says:

    Big news on the bbc? Calls for “Downblousing” to be made an offence. I should think so. Emily Maitliss should be first in the dock. Also could I ask the bbc, and posters to this site, to add the following where appropriate :-
    “Warning – this article contains images of Nicola Sturgeon”.


  5. MarkyMark says:



    • micknotmike says:

      Thanks Mark, I always though that “Bring your grandma to work” was harmless fun until now.


  6. MarkyMark says:

    Keir Starmer: It’s wrong to say ‘only women have a cervix’



  7. MarkyMark says:

    “Diligent and honest politicians – ha ha ha ha”




    Boris Johnson’s Guarantee
    We will get Brexit done in January and unleash the potential of our whole country.
    I guarantee:

    Extra funding for the NHS, with 50,000 more nurses and 50 million more GP surgery appointments a year.

    20,000 more police and tougher sentencing for criminals.

    An Australian-style points-based system to control immigration.

    Millions more invested every week in science, schools, apprenticeships and infrastructure while controlling debt.

    Reaching Net Zero by 2050 with investment in clean energy solutions and green infrastructure to reduce carbon emissions and pollution.

    We will not raise the rate of income tax, VAT or National Insurance.
    Thank you for supporting our majority Conservative Government so we can move our great country on instead of going backwards.



  8. tomo says:


    • Fedup2 says:

      Tomo – thanks – watch and enjoy – the comments were very supportive- if i tried that id be chucking ‘effs’ in after about 20 seconds …


  9. MarkyMark says:

    Good speech …

    Former Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson has been accused of Islamophobia after saying Muslim women wearing burkas “look like letter boxes”.

    He said he was against bans on face-covering veils in public places, in his Telegraph column, but that it was “ridiculous” people chose to wear them.



  10. MarkyMark says:

    Mrs May’s official spokesman said: “The long-standing government position on this is clear, that we do not support a ban on the wearing of the veil in public.

    “Such a prescriptive approach would be not in keeping with British values of religious tolerance and gender equality.”

    ‘Devastated’ Batley teacher ‘fearing for his life’ as he goes into hiding after Prophet Muhammad cartoon row
    He is said to be an emotional wreck and is terrified about returning to Batley

    “Such a prescriptive approach would be not in keeping with British values of religious tolerance and gender equality.”


  11. Eddy Booth says:

    Where’s the value?



  12. Foscari says:

    Why is it that EVERY aspect of modern way life is
    directed towards how it affects the LGBT XYZ community.
    And what the repercussions are for anybody who
    begs to differ with this absurdity.
    From the footballers paying homage to the
    anarchist Marxist BLM organization by prostrating
    themselves before each match. Just as their “brothers”
    from yesteryear did with the NAZI salute !!
    And now we see an amoral Prime Minister , paying
    for his amorality in a way that other amoral Prime Ministers
    from time immemorial , including Lloyd George and Winston
    Churchill were never brought down.
    OK the final die in the cast ,was due for not realizing
    or fully understanding what a member of the LGBT
    community are capable of doing naturally. BUT this
    natural behaviour is not always tolerable for
    somebody involved in ethics!
    It all really comes down to the most memorable diktat
    from Napoleon and his other hierarchical pigs in Animal
    Farm. ” All animals are equal . BUT some animals are
    more equal than others.” And the pigs that follow
    this diktat now , are the BBC and advertising agencies.
    When it comes to LGBT-XYZ. Well done LGBT community !!
    One of your “boys” was able to put the final nail in
    the coffin for the amoral Johnson.


  13. tomo says:

    Johnson’s absurd sloganeering exaggerations substituted for considered dissection always indicated he’s a chancer – Carrie’s palace coup was where he lost it imho. I expect the new occupant will have quite a redecoration bill.

    There’s no standout runners + riders in the political succession steeplechase – Parliament and the UK political class is rammed with duff goods.

    Bald people squabbling about combs


    • Foscari says:

      There is one Tomo. My brave, hard working, moral, caring,
      Brexiteer , Teresa Villiers my constituency MP for
      Barnet. The largest populated borough in London with
      over 400,000 of us. I believe that if she would become
      leader she would even be able to hold on to her
      constituency . Even as Barnet’s indigenous population
      is being decimated . As many other parts of the UK
      are, by demographics. The demographics being Muslim
      birth rates. Outnumbering indigenous births
      by three to one.


  14. G.W.F. says:

    Despite accusations of Islamophobia the Tories could be close to electing a Moslem PM. Plans underfoot, says the Times for Nadhim Zaharwi’s bid



    • MarkyMark says:

      Nadhim Zahawi’s shocking expenses claim resurfaces after he becomes chancellor
      Basit Mahmood
      After it emerged that taxpayers were paying for the electricity supply to his stables, Zahawi pledged to repay part of the £5,822.27 expenses claim.


      Zahawi, it was revealed by the Mirror in 2013, claimed for electricity to run his horse riding school stables and a yard manager’s mobile home. MPs are only allowed expenses linked to their work in Parliament.

      After it emerged that taxpayers were paying for the electricity supply to his stables, Zahawi pledged to repay part of the £5,822.27 expenses claim.

      The now chancellor told the paper at the time that the expenses ‘were a mistake’. He said: “On investigation I have made a mistake with the electricity. I will be paying back any money wrongly claimed immediately and I apologise ­unreservedly.”

      As millions up and down the country struggle with the rising cost of living, Zahawi is yet another Tory completely out of touch with the rest of the country.


      • Fedup2 says:

        Nah – he’s toast – although those characters do have enough money to bribe targets in their leadership bid on top of job offers .
        Who cares though ? Unless there is the chance of a conservative PM for a change . Nut nut threw borrowed taxpayer money around without gratitude – furlough fraud and friends –
        So let’s have someone to cut the NHS / welfare bills –

        benefits don’t buy votes ..


  15. Flotsam says:

    Keir Starmer makes me want to vomit


  16. Fedup2 says:

    Interesting tucker Carlson – the US has about 500 million barrels in its reserve – but is exporting 1 million a day for 6 months (180 million ) and a lot is going to China and India …

    an Obama plan …


  17. pugnazious says:

    The media coup is complete.

    Interesting listening to several of the backstabbing crew now demanding that Boris doesn’t tie the hands of any incoming PM…they’ve all got the same script….are they saying the policies Boris had were wrong and now must be changed? Think they are.

    Hmmm…isn’t it the electorate who voted the Tories in last election that somewhat ‘tie the hands’ of any incoming PM? So yeah…let’s get Brexit done and dusted, NI sorted out and get the economy back on track after the covid disaster and level up the opportunities.

    Let’s not, as the backstabbers really want, leap into the arms of the EU, ‘in the interests of the country’, and totally ignore the voters real wishes.

    And as for Boris being undemocratic, that’s of course a BBC meme…yep, he’s really a despotic Hitlerian dictator type figure!, how is a media coup, allied with dubious remainers and other spineless characters [lol…who lack all character] be categorized in any way as democratic?


  18. tomo says:

    just noticed

    Indian government : “can we have our people check out your vaccine?”

    Pfizer : NOPE, nope-ty nope, no way.


  19. Up2snuff says:

    TWatO Watch #1 – Katy Balls, is she a Conservative voter or even a Party member; why so defensive?

    The journalist for the i newspaper which is missing from today’s line up of newspaper front pages was invited onto TWatO to comment by the Montacutie. Katy was offended on behalf of all the Party’s MPs who the PM, in his resignation Press Conference had slightly attacked for wanting him out of office. If Katy is not voter or member of the Conservative Party it seems an incredible thing for a journalist to say.

    I think it is incredibly self-indulgent of the Conservative Party MPs to take this action at this point in time with the current crop of problems facing the UK. I wonder what Katy will write when voters perhaps take a very different view to her with their votes at the 2024 (or sooner) General Election.


  20. Johnda says:

    BBC have got there way now what?
    I hope it’s a case of careful what you wish for!!!!!!


  21. MarkyMark says:

    John Major writes to Graham Brady arguing Boris should be removed from No.10 immediately
    Back to Basics was a political campaign announced by British Prime Minister John Major at the Conservative Party conference of 1993 in Blackpool.

    Though it was intended as a nostalgic appeal to traditional values such as “neighbourliness, decency, courtesy”, the campaign was widely interpreted in the media as a campaign for socially conservative causes such as the traditional family. It became the subject of ridicule when a succession of Conservative politicians were caught up in scandals.
    ohn Major raised interest rates to 10% and authorised the spending of billions of pounds of foreign currency reserves to buy up sterling being sold on the currency markets. These measures failed to prevent the pound falling below its minimum level in the ERM.


  22. tomo says:

    Who voted Tory to ban gas boilers and petrol cars, and ramp up the price of electricity?

    Not questions that the MSM / BBC will ask

    If “they” don’t get a grip – the questions seem likely to be asked with messages glued to Molotov cocktails?

    Saw diesel at “199.9 ” at the local Tesco garage last night



    • Flotsam says:

      We won’t be able to afford the petrol for our Molotov cocktails!


    • Thoughtful says:

      Thing is despite what you are being told the cost of a barrel of oil isn’t the issue as it has been higher than $100 in the past.

      What is a problem is the Socialist economics which have resulted in the devaluing of the pound to half the level it was when Harold Wilson gave his pound in your pocket speech.
      If the pound was worth what it was back then you would be paying £1 a litre instead.

      People need to realise this economic fact.


  23. MarkyMark says:



  24. MarkyMark says:



    • FrankZ says:

      Any idea when last night’s (Wednesday’s) edition of the Mark Steyn Show on GB News will be broadcast? Presumably it was shoved aside by events…?


    • Fedup2 says:

      Don’t tell up2 his hero was a failure . Maybe a grown up gets the gig next .


      • Up2snuff says:

        Fed, Bojo was not my hero – pay attention! Had I been a Party member my vote would have gone to Hunt. I’m a Boris realist though. Good at winning elections. Disaster at everything else. Maybe if the Biased-BBC archive works well I’ll dig out some of my old posts for you if I have the time. If you are worried about burnt toast, that might just be the Conservative Party – all of it – for a generation.

        Just a reminder for you of some history. John Major was dogged by a rebellious Party even after a barnstorming 1992 General Election performance that saw off Neil Kinnock. He was continually undermined thereafter, maybe because he was a determined Europhile, maybe not, and we got 13 years of Labour Government, even worse, that saw much damage done to the UK.

        Warning to you and Thoughtful: next time the damage may be permanent!


        • Fedup2 says:

          We already have a labour government …..I favour political chaos and no effective government …
          Then maybe a proper Right Wing will turn up …


    • pugnazious says:

      yep….whilst we’re being distracted by noises about the Channel hundreds of thousands land here legally with no questions…just look at the 100,000 chinese from Hong Kong who came recently and very, very quietly…and potentially a lot more as Boris invited the whole 3 million to come here….and how many will be Chinese government agents just as so many East Europeans are undoubtedly in the pay of the Russians, if not their own intelligence agencies?

      Special deals with India and other places [such as Rawanda] will ship in many more migrants….but you won’t get a say in any of this….or not a real say…just look at Brexit…..lol…the BBC keeps insisting we are short of labour #duetoBrexit and yet 100’s of thousands come in from elsewhere….are they not working…or are they scrounging?


  25. MarkyMark says:

    “…there are two ways any Government can proceed. One, is a way, based on what you and I would say is a free society, which is enshrined in the very heart of the American Constitution. The other one is a way which allows only one view both of economics and politics, in which almost everything is either owned or controlled by the state. Including the media, including the ideas, including the freedom of discussion and everything. “- Margaret Thatcher


  26. MarkyMark says:

    1457: PM has spoken to Zelensky on the phone. Finished the call by praising him: “You’re a hero, everybody loves you.”



  27. Guest Who says:

    A laugh is required. Ironically it gets provided by the sorry excuse for a medium from which the BBC sourced Amol.

    They also have Hugh Grant and Treezer.


    • BRISSLES says:

      Well, all these unfunny “comedians” have now lost their bread and butter target ! They’ll be eve less funny now.


    • Fedup2 says:

      I put a formal complaint into twitter about Kumar – I got the ‘not a problem ‘ response today too – paki racism good – white racism bad …


    • Wild Bill says:



  28. tomo says:


  29. MarkyMark says:


    By 2007, at the age of 37, he was married and working as a journalist in Buea, in the shadow of Mount Cameroon, one of Africa’s most active volcanoes.

    It was the volcano that caused a huge crisis in Ebongue’s life.

    “It is believed that when there is an eruption it means Epasamoto, the god of the mountain, is angry,” says Ebongue. “To calm him down they need the blood of an albino.”

    When the volcano had erupted in 1999, lava flowed down the side of the mountain, stopping just short of Buea. There were no casualties, but the traditional doctors claimed that the town had been spared only because albinos had been sacrificed.



  30. Guest Who says:

    Cretins like Bryant or this anywhere near a sniff of anything more powerful than a £75 cheeky red or a pair of undies…


    Yet they are the BBC’s core.


  31. MarkyMark says:

    The Range has discontinued weight-loss countdown coin savers in the shape of a bikini and a wedding dress, after complaints over sexist body shaming.
    The wall plaques include slots to stash £1 for every pound of weight lost – up to 40lb (18kg) on the bridal version.
    Emma Conway saw the items and asked if there were any for men. There were not.


  32. Doublethinker says:

    Even if the Tories elect a PM who really tries to deliver a comprehensive Brexit, reduce all forms of immigration down to a tens of thousand pa, ditches the Green Agenda and torpedoes the BBC , the blob , fronted by the Civil Service , won’t allow it.
    Basically we can vote in whomsoever we like but only blobist policies will be make to the statute book. Democracy is dead. The public will accept it unless and until the blobist policies begin to hurt them directly .
    I think the only hope is that the public reject out of hand the green nonsense and provide a fertile seed bed for a new party to emerge and then support it to the hilt. The chances of this happening in the UK is vanishingly small but perhaps elsewhere , Eastern Europe or the USA there might be a chance.


  33. MarkyMark says:

    Tony Blair Calls For Tactical Voting To Deny Corbyn And Johnson A Commons Majority
    Former Labour leader suggests government of national unity could run UK – without Corbyn as PM.


  34. Sluff says:

    The BBC are hugely bigging up the fact that Wimbledon has its first ever Arab woman in the final.

    Now I wonder why?

    But it could be worse. Just imagine if the person were Trans…..


  35. MarkyMark says:

    “We must take sides. Neutrality helps the oppressor, never the victim. Silence encourages the tormentor, never the tormented. Sometimes we must interfere. When human lives are endangered, when human dignity is in jeopardy, national borders and sensitivities become irrelevant. Wherever men and women are persecuted because of their race, religion, or political views, that place must – at that moment – become the center of the universe.”


  36. Thoughtful says:

    Just to revisit what it was which finally brought Johnson down, and it wasn’t the gay lust.

    If at the time the drunken gay sexual assaulter had become known, Boris had fessed up and said something like “yeah I was aware, but I’d given the guy a second chance and he’s let me down” people especially the media would have dropped it, because there’s no way they would have attacked a gay in the holy month of Pride.

    Instead Johnson told lie after lie after lie first he didn’t know, then it might have been alluded to, then he’d heard rumours but not the whole exact story, before revealing he had been told in complete detail.

    That is what brought him down, and it’s what is likely to bring his entire party down too.

    The last time the Tories lied like this was a certain foreign office minister called John Profumo who lied about his relationship with Christine Keeler. The Tories lost the next election to Labour as a result.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Thoughtful – I disagree – it was part of the reason . I did a job once where I was part PA – part staffer to someone very busy and powerful . My ‘regular ‘hours were around 0630 to 1900 -prepping / briefing before the boss started work and summarising after work –

      I found that the sheer pressure bought me into responsibility far above my pay grade and part of my job was spotting hazards before my boss hit them .

      What nut nut needed was someone like that – who spotted the culture in number 10 drinking when the boss had gone – spotting a queer MP how should not have got a job – preventing lies being delivered – preventing staff lying – dealing with enemies like the BBC – and metaphorically killing Cummings ….


      • BRISSLES says:

        Absolutely spot on Fed. The Boss carries the can and the buck stops with him, but he’s only as good as the team around him/her.

        I’ve said all along that his back up team were as weak as p…., and there should have been some sort of Comptroller who kept the ‘kids’ in line at no.10. In fact, why should Boris be the one to lay the law down to the drinking culture kids ? there should have been someone between them and him to deal with it.

        I wonder how many CEO’s in business can recall being told something that someone else should have dealt with over 3 years ago ? very few I imagine, so why expect the PM to do so when dealing with world and home affairs.

        The calibre of all those working in Parliament, be it researchers, civil servants, and MPs is beyond what we expect, and is quite pathetic.


        • Fedup2 says:

          Brissles – old thing – I now recall sitting with my boss over some ‘problem ‘ where we tried to remember something said / done from – say – over a year ago – and both of us being unable to be certain – when emails and minutes failed to detail it – so I can imagine nut nut dealing with something which at the time seemed trivial – but subsequently bites on the bottom …

          But for many you’d need to go through that to understand it ….

          Strangely enough – some of that comes back to me every 7/7 … RIP

          Just to add – I once worked for a boss who was a lot like nut nut – no attention to detail – not into hard work – but a charismatic leader the chaps would die in a ditch for .

          He gave me a job because I did hard work and detail and spotted and avoided trouble – that is what nut nut didn’t have …


      • Thoughtful says:

        He had people like that, and they were all appointed by his princess nut nut.
        He was the one who thought lying would distance himself, had he told the truth people would probably have seen him as the victim.

        Boris was the one who appointed the guy despite the warnings, hard to get past that when someone in a position as you suggest did warn Boris and Boris ignored the warnings.


        • BRISSLES says:

          Well, if he had a team to deal with the dross, then they clearly didn’t work, and as for ‘warnings’ and lies told, I wouldn’t trust any of them to tell the ‘truth’ particularly if it was in their own interest to follow the ‘herd’.

          In a way I rather hope that we do have a GE where Labour get in, and we can sit back and watch the utter chaos unfold. Can’t wait to hear what Beff and co say then.


        • JohnC says:

          Don’t forget women tend to get on very well with gay men.

          I strongly suspect Nut Nut had a hand in Boris taking Pincher on AND in everything else which has resulted in his downfall. Especially the parties.

          I have to say that as much as I resent the way it has been done by the BBC who should be hauled over the coals for their bias, the buck stops with Boris. After all that has happened, he has got what he deserves.


  37. pugnazious says:

    You have to laugh.

    Yep….no science just someone declaring it was sub-Saharan African….


    ‘The facial reconstruction was done by Caroline Wilkinson from Dundee University, one of the country’s foremost reconstructors. Straight away on seeing this girl, she said, ‘oh my, you realise you’ve got a sub-Saharan African here?’’

    And then ‘DNA analysis has since concluded that that although she grew up in Eastbourne, the place of her ancestry is in Southern Europe – most likely Cyprus. ‘

    LOL…curious thing….Wilkinson’s Wikipedia page doesn’t mention the infamous Beachyhead claim.


  38. MarkyMark says:

    We should be having more conversations about political leaders leading questionable private lives and making questionable moral decisions. They can be civilized conversations, but they need to be spoken. Without morality, without commonality, we cannot have civilization. And by civilization, I of course, refer to Western civilization. And when I refer to my heartache over America’s moral deterioration and decline, I feel this valiant man in my bones and in my heart. This is what I speak of.

    The antidote to decline and decrepitude of course is, as Mark said earlier this week on the telly, using your power for good.



  39. MarkyMark says:

    BBC ….

    Prince Harry faced tensions with royal officials as security downgraded, court hears
    By Joseph Lee
    BBC News

    1 hour ago

    Prince Harry has previously argued his private security team cannot replicate the work of police protection in the UK, with their access to local intelligence and legal powers.

    Prince Harry has revealed that he’s considering moving his family to Africa in the future. In the new ITV documentary, Harry & Meghan: An African Journey, the Duke of Sussex explained, “our life’s work will be predominantly focused on Africa, on conservation.”20 Oct 2019

    ^^ Wankanda is safer than USA?


  40. Doublethinker says:

    Let me first make my position clear. I was a Boris supporter because of Brexit. His lack of action has disappointed me on immigration, Brexit, BBC and I deplore his enthusiastic adoption of the green agenda . But because the BBC wanted him taken down and because it’s possible the next PM may be a Remainer , I wanted him to stay after Partygate . But in the last few days it is clear that he has become an election liability not an asset as in the past . If he stayed as PM , Labour would be gifted the next election and despite their promises we would soon be back in the EU, our borders would be even wider open, the BBC would get its rewards and Green policies would become an unstoppable flood. With a new PM there might be a possibility of avoiding a Labour government but I’m not Optimistic but any chance is better than no chance.
    I have noted that the Democrat play book has been adopted to oust Boris.
    Boris wasn’t a supporter of Trump but he has suffered from the same game plan that Trump was subjected to.
    Relentless bad stories appearing daily all over the media painting Boris as a liar, unreliable, dilettante, deceitful etc etc. . Some are outright lies , some are grossly exaggerated and the faux outrage of the MSM and opposition is purely synthetic. Nonetheless these stories have to be rebutted and are a severe distraction . All this orchestrated by an unholy alliance of the MSM and government officials.
    This tactic has now accounted for two leaders whom the liberal global elite weren’t keen on. How many more leaders will be elected by the people and then subjected to the treatment? Surely politicians who put their people first are going to think twice before putting their heads above the parapet


    • Fedup2 says:

      Double – nut nut gifted the enemy msm the ammunition they needed to kill him –
      As for your last line – there will never be a shortage of politicians – jeez – this afternoon a shamed ex health secretary has put his head above the parapet sensing a return …(handcock)


  41. Eddy Booth says:

    Brittney Griner pleads guilty to Russian drugs charge


    ‘The Olympic gold medallist was detained in February at an airport near Moscow when cannabis oil vape cartridges were allegedly found in her luggage.
    “I was in a rush packing and the cartridges accidentally ended up in my bag,” she told the court in Khimki.’

    So after the BBC make out it’s some kind of political arrest, the bull dyke admits it .,,

    ‘she said she would like to give her testimony later and needed time to prepare. The trial was then adjourned for a week.’

    She’s been there 140 days, so it’s civilised of the Russians to give her another week…



  42. Guest Who says:

    Hacked off much?

    Guess who the BBC will be entertaining next…


  43. Guest Who says:

    Two tweets.

    Happy days are here again.


  44. Guest Who says:

    Meanwhile, Mad Al’s people know Fi’s people.

    As for the blonde… not such thing as a firing squad with a happy ending.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Guest – i havnt got a TV but i would watch this just to judge the mental health of mad alistair campbell .

      Just light the blue touch paper …


  45. Guest Who says:

    Encouragingly, so far the EU head cases continue to grasp the British character as they did last time.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Who can join?
      Any European country can apply for membership if it respects the EU’s democratic values and is committed to promoting them.

      A country can only join if it meets all the membership criteria.

      How does it work?
      There are 3 main stages subject to approval by all EU countries:

      When the negotiations and accompanying reforms are completed and agreed by both sides, the country can join the EU – if all EU countries agree.

      Candidate countries
      Current candidate countries are:

      Republic of North Macedonia



  46. Guest Who says:

    Pria racking up the ratings there.


    • MarkyMark says:

      | doing the news
      | pria.rai@bbc.co.uk | http://priarai.com
      UKbbc.co.uk/news/newsbeatJoined October 2011
      635 Following


      As a journalist, Pria reports and presents for BBC Asian Network, Newsbeat and wider BBC News. Twice nominated as young journalist of the year, she uses her platform to tell stories of underserved communities on radio, TV and online.

      Asian Network – RACIST – Asian Network – RACIST – Asian Network _ RACIST


  47. Guest Who says:

    These tweets are beyond precious.


  48. Jack in the Green says:

    Whatever the rights and wrongs regarding the latest political bloodletting, it is my firm opinion that we will continue down the road of mass immigration, legal and illegal, all media programming a platform for political and social brainwashing, a return to the dreaded EU, soft pedal approach to the BBC and the continuing demonisation (hate campaign) of the indigenous white population, particularly the elderly. For me it’s today’s reality as well as tomorrows.


  49. G.W.F. says:

    All is forgiven Bray.
    Best College Green interview to date.
    Thanks to Benny Hill


    • Fedup2 says:

      I’m sure I heard a contours rendition of the Bay City Rollers tribute band ‘bye bye boris boris goodbye ‘…most of the day …
      I started a list of tunes suitable for the day
      Carrie doesn’t live here any more
      Hello goodbye
      So you win again


    • MarkyMark says:

      Bray – paid agitator from China.


      • Fedup2 says:

        It would be great value to know Bray’s home address and finances . Is he on benefits? Is he recorded as ‘unemployed ‘ or disabled ? Does he have a family ?

        He does what he does . There should be clarity about him .


  50. Fedup2 says:

    Jack – I get your drift – where I live being white and an English speaker is a reducing minority ….

    … but I’m thinking about what a next PM can and will do . The answer is – I’m deeply pessimistic . I mean – who will do what needs to be done ?
    Cutting green crap
    Cutting fuel duty
    Ending vat on domestic power
    Ending overseas giveaways
    Getting the border controlled
    Pulling out of EU / European rubbish ( ECHR )
    Strengthening the army ( quickly )
    Cutting welfare spending
    Forcing people to earn a living
    De Woking
    Taking on the BBC ( revenge)
    Taking on the EU civil service

    Will any one want to do these or have the will and drive to do them ?

    Can these be done without winning a majority in a General Election .
    New PM August .
    Party Conferences
    Pressure from BBC / labour for General Election
    2023 General Election in a Recession …….