|Now that's a nice thought...|
|But they said we'd never see Dr Who again?|
|Hmmm... that lasted at least all of the first day and |
possibly into the second
|This is serious. It's what they did to us, and will do again.|
|The reincarnation of Lord George of Dancing in the Gutter|
|Ils ont dit OUI!|
|They keep on shooting themselves in the foot|
|The Upper Classes own England (and it's possessions)|
|How strange that they seem not to understand the economics of the situation.|
|We all know some...|
|Logic hasn't really ever been high on Ukok's list of attributes|
|No longer paying for this lot would be a blessing, |
worth it all on it's own.
And now for some cheering stuff
|Start of the Festival|
|We've got a unique capital|
|Beautiful beyond belief|
|We've got a good Games going on... |
and two lovely Cabinet Secretaries
|And people are Yessing... in the Cook Islands|
...in Santiago de Compostela
Munguin's Private Jet!
PS: From YES International
In an exclusive turn of events, several anonymous sources have advised us about strange going ons in the Clair field near Shetland. A few days ago we were made aware that contractors working for BP were stood down after obtaining the results of the latest test drilling statistics. While the source refused to name the actual test drilling rig, other sources of information point to it being in the Clair field. It was said that the test results “far exceeded expectations”.
We have had other information that contractors have in fact been sent home on full pay just after receiving these results and that they were advised that they would not be recalled until after the referendum. All of this happened just shortly before Prime Minister David Cameron became the first Prime Minister to visit Shetland in 34 years. His visit was shrouded in secrecy and up until he was snapped by a photographer getting off the plane had been denied altogether.
We put questions to BP’s press office.
In an email to Yes International the BP Group press officer said “we don't comment on individual test results”. He went on to say that this week “Our CEO made the positive point during our 2Q results this week that the company has just given the go–ahead for a 6th appraisal well on Greater Clair.”
“We intend to invest billions in the area in the coming years” – BP Source
We also contacted other sources who described the results as “above expected” and “a job for life”.
The number 10 press office declined to answer our emails.