Sometime this morning, Theresa May sat down with a cup of tea and a digestive biscuit. It was supposed to be a Custard Cream but she recently concluded a custard cream was no good for dunking. So she changed her mind at the last-minute. It was a lovely cup of tea, made even better because she had changed her mind at the last-minute and opted for the digestive. … Continue reading So there will be no election until 2020, ha, ha, ha, ho, ha, stop it, no, stop, ha,ha,ha.
Right now the Tories in the EU Leave camp are saying that George Osborne’s forecasts are shit. With all the resources at his disposal the Tories are saying Osborne’s forecasts are not worth the paper they are written on. Well that’s no big surprise to millions of us. Just look at his record. So next time George comes up with a forecast telling you everything … Continue reading #Tories admit #Osborne is shit.
There are limits to our empathy – and George Osborne knows it | Jonathan Freedland | Comment is free | The Guardian. Cameron and Osborne are “gambling that Britons have empathy for pensioners and underpaid over-25s, but little for the young, for those on incapacity benefit, or on a low income with more than two children and for those who work in the public … Continue reading There are limits to our empathy – and George Osborne knows it | Jonathan Freedland | Comment is free | The Guardian
Well that took everyone by surprise, even that guy living in Downing Street looked a bit shocked. Here in Bedford it went like this: Richard Fuller 19625 (42.5%) Patrick Hall 18528 (40.2%) Charlie Smith 4434 (9.6%) Mahmud Henry Rogers 1958 4.3%) Ben Foley 1412 (3.1%) Faruk Choudhury 129 (0.3%) Turnout 66.5% Something like 33.5% of Bedford’s electorate didn’t vote. Bedford Today And Mr Fuller starts … Continue reading The General Election may be over, but we have unfinished business