|You wouldn't want to make it up,
unless you were writing a horror story.
|Still, it's true to say that they seem to be doing a job of work on things that matter to people
|And it the Queen can bother to turn up and read the drivel she did, the least that the MPs could do was turn up to the debates about it.
|But don't let the truth get in the way of a bit of Jock bashing
|Oh look, there they are again showing the place disrespect by turning up to work instead of sitting in the bars.
|Well said. They will sink to any depths to make a hit show.
|Here's a suggestion.
I noticed Airmiles was sporting one of these watches
that cost something in the order of £12,000
|But soon they will have got rid of the problems of the sick scrounger.
They can speed up the death rate now that the Liberals won't whine about it.
|The difference is that he has class and knows the right people,
and she...well... doesn't. Lovely country
|A vast amount of the benefits in this country go straight to landlords in housing benefits...and indirectly to employers, who can get away with paying less in wages than the average rent in the area.
|If you though McVile was a bitch,
I suspect you may be in for a surprise.
The Priti one looks like she is shaping up to
take home prizes in foulness.
|Good old Professor Stephenson.
Thicker than a thick thing that has been covered in 190 coats of thickening paint.
|The question is, who the hell would want that worm addressing their conference. I'm proud to say that I once refused the opportunity to meet him, most insistently too.
|I truly hope he bursts. Loudly.
|They were always a loving lot, the Tories, although he may have been a Liberal when he said that. Who knows? He put himself about a bit.
|This one was a Liberal.. or rather, a Whig.
|Can't argue that.
|What a pleasant man. Has he met IDS? They'd probably get on.