on 24-09-2019 16:19
Jo is the best of a bad bunch unfortunately.
on 24-09-2019 18:34
As I posted on the What Made Me Happy Today thread:
It is interesting to note this comment from the Metro on-line this afternoon under the headline:
Is Lying To The Queen Treason And What Did Boris Johnson Say TO Queen Elizabeth II?
"While lying to the Queen might not fall specifically into the catgeory of treason, it would largely depend whether the act of ‘misleading the Queen’ is regarded as disloyal as to whether treason had been committed under those circumstances. Acts of disloyalty to the Queen can still be punishable with a life sentence in prison, although such acts used to be punishable by death. Britain’s Treason Act was written in 1351 and is still in force to this day – albeit with amendments which have been made over the centuries – but is not commonly used these days." [ read story ]
on 25-09-2019 00:04
The arrogance of the prime minister is unbelievable. In all of this, only the Liberals are talking any sense at all. A general election? A 'people's vote'? You couldn't make it up.
Never mind Boris resigning, Corbyn should be gone from the Labour Party immediately too. Get rid of the pair along with the imbecile running the Brexit party. In fact, the Brexit party should be banished from our memories.
The world of politics is a complete and utter joke and the diatribe coming from so - called educated people is never ending, boring and at times you have to wonder if we inhabit the same planet.
Revoke article 50 immediately you total morons, the world in its entirety think this country is a total joke. The lies follows lies. MPs can't even fasten their own shoes yet alone represent the constituencies who mistakenly elected them.
I spit on them....
on 25-09-2019 09:23
BBC News [website]: Wed morning reported:
Commons Speaker John Bercow said MPs will sit from 11:30 BST. There will be no Prime Ministers' Questions but urgent questions, ministerial statements and emergency debates would be heard.
Michael Gove, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, said he would not criticise the court, but he "disagreed with their position".
Pushed on whether the government would apologise, Michael Gove said they should not say sorry for "having a strong domestic agenda" and seeking a Queen's Speech;
Michael Grove also said the government would outline its approach to the court ruling later through the Leader of the Commons, Jacob Rees-Mogg.
on 25-09-2019 12:23
Yet another one out of touch with the serious reality of the situation this country is facing. I've just no time for the likes of him and Rees-Bog.
on 25-09-2019 12:31
House of Commons reconvened. Questions to ministers.
Geoffrey Cox, Attorney General, won`t answer nor will he reveal info and advice given re-prorogation...
More hiding the truth to come...
on 25-09-2019 12:33
And the roundabout recommences....