|Congratulations, Dave. We know this is what you were working for.|
|God knows what we would have to put in the Lords to keep|
the doddering old fools awake. I suggested dynamite
but no one took me up on it.
|Certainly does Winnie.|
|Our new buses.|
|And another one crosses the floor, telling us that there is a sizable|
number of Labour activists who will vote yes, secretly
because they are scared to come out.
|Yep... yer mum was right|
A waste of space
|And you thought your taxes were used to support you. Wrong.|
|What a cheering site|
|This does a disservice to chickens everywhere|
for which I apologise in advance
|There's two oppressors for you|
I wonder what Blair is thinking about Iraq right now.
Probably trying to work out how he can make some money out of the mess
|Yes, how easily we forget, eh Jakie|
|Another cheering sight|
|If I oversaw that kind of rise in human misery|
I'm not sure I could face another day.
|I'd give good money to see Willie after that debate.|
|Better do some serious crawling then... Oh you already are.|
|Dirty is putting it mildly.|
I still say we haven't seen the worst.
|Indeed it is. Quite seriously the rich have got a lot richer|
while the poor have been committing suicide in increasing numbers
Still that should suit IDS. Fewer to pay benefits to.
|We ARE all in it together|
No REALLY we are...
|I wonder what they are having today in Buckingham Palace.|
|Given the choice at the bottom of my garden I know what I'd prefer|
|And they start off being paid more than twice what nurses are paid.|
If we could have either nurses of MPs, which would you choose?
|Darling and Osborne didn't half sort them out.|
|They'd better start thinking about how they are |
going to refloat the good ship
|Seems you have some big fans up your way, Dan.|