Wednesday 7 September 2016


Peregrin, official figures show that in the last quarter the Labour Party raised more money to fund their campaigns than the Conservative Party. The unions helped deliver this by giving over £3 million.
That means the Labour Party can send more letters, distribute more leaflets and talk to more people online about their plans to:
  • Raise taxes on you and other working people
  • Add billions to the deficit with unfunded spending promises
  • Make it easier for their union paymasters to strike and disrupt people's lives
Donate £15 or more today and we will send you a 'Theresa May: Building a country that works for everyone' tea towel
Donate £25 or more today and we will send you a 'Theresa May: Building a country that works for everyone' mug
Donate £35 or more today and we will send you a 'Theresa May: Building a country that works for everyone' tea towel and mug
Thank you,
...And the whole thing looks like it was dashed off rather sloppily by someone a big bit dodgy on the old keyboard. Who knows, maybe Paddy himself?

No new line or capital at "official" and fewer paragraph spaces than might have made it easy reading.

I'm surprised the Labour Party is making more money than them. After all it wasn't Mr Corbyn who was selling seats in the House of Whatsits, was it? 

But how I long for the days of well constructed, Etonian-style emails from the Conservatives, signed by someone I've actually heard of, and without the tacky 'kiss me quick' paraphernalia (bloody tea towels and mugs!!! What the ....?) that would be more appropriate on a stall on Blackpool front!

We'll be getting rock next!


  1. I wonder if the Theresa May Conservative mugs are Labour's old Immigration mugs resprayed. Similar philosophies.

    1. LOL... Good one lain!

      I suspect they may have had a lot of them left over...

  2. Theresa May, building a country where the non-wealthy plebs can work till they drop tea towel; now that's more honest.

    1. I might even buy one of them...

  3. Is something screwy happening to your links to other blogs? Last-post times seem to be missing, bumping some of them to the bottom.

    1. Well, I'll have a look, but I suspect that Blogger is just having a hiccough again.

      I happens de temps en temps.

      They get over it within a couple of days.


  4. one headline from the guardian

    Sturgeon shelves plan for quick second Scottish independence referendum

    another from the Herald

    Nicola Sturgeon edges closer to referendum with blueprint for independence

    you takes your pick...

    “Don't tell me about the Press. I know *exactly* who reads the papers. The Daily Mirror is read by the people who think they run the country. The Guardian is read by people who think they *ought* to run the country. The Times is read by the people who actually *do* run the country. The Daily Mail is read by the wives of the people who run the country. The Financial Times is read by people who *own* the country. The Morning Star is read by people who think the country ought to be run by *another* country. The Daily Telegraph is read by the people who think it is.'

    "Prime Minister, what about the people who read The Sun?"

    "Sun readers don't care *who* runs the country - as long as she's got big tits.

    1. Boom Boom, Jim.

      But, Titter!!! ye not... Probably it's true (except for the Morning Star which probably has updated its aspirations).

      The country is run by another country anyway.

      Eh Mr Obama!?

    2. Joking apart...the state of our press.

      Truth is she's neither moved closer, nor has she moved farther away.

      She's said from day one, she won't decide, the government won't decide, the Brit's prime minister of her government won't decide. The public will decide.

  5. Following the news today I'm thinking the Tories will be amending the "offers" A.S.A.P. Tris.

    "Theresa May: building a wall surrounding your nearest migrant camp!"

    "Theresa May: leading the world's second largest arms supplier"

    "Theresa May: Brexit means Brexit until such times as I decide it means breaks it!"