|He should join the progressives on that bench.|
He's so out of place in Labour.
|Hold the front page. Jackie Baillie lied.|
|Pretty much sums up the London Government|
|Hi there Dave. |
THIS is the BIG SOCIETY and we want a word with you.
|"Man" might be a bit flattering in this case.|
Well, OK, a lot flattering.
|Remind me, why is he the secretary of state?|
Oh yeah... Duh.
|Back to their old tricks. |
English Labour is hiring staff for Scottish Labour.
|Well, at least one part of their government listens.|
|They have Michael. They just can't contemplate obscurity|
|Well, old boy, they're British. It's quite different from being foreign|
don't you know. What!
| If you can't work that out you dumbass, |
I'm not sure you should be let out alone.
|Isn't that place falling down? Wouldn't it be dreadful if it slid into the Thames with all these fine people in it?|
|Thank goodness that these great minds are pouring over the legislation, picking out all the flawzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.|
|Just shows what a meritocracy the UK is though.|
Even oinks like this long haired beardy rebel
can get his fat butt on a red bench
for being a greasy establishment lick-spittle .
|Got it. |
Move parliament to Buckingham Palace
and find a council house for the Windsors.
|That pretty much sums it up.|
|So yeah, Francis, Scotland is on it.|
|Yep, of course you will, but no one believes anything you lot say|
any more, so take your millions and sod off.
|Thank goodness you're nothing to do with our policing. It's in enough of a mess without your interference.|