The top four in the play-offs.
The top four in the play-offs.
There are a few teams at the bottom who will just not lie down! Clubs just above the drop-zone are starting to get dragged back.
There used to be ‘honour amongst thieves’. Not any more. The current day politician has no interest in ‘serving the public’.
It is all about self, self, self. They are Career Politicians and their sole aim is to keep milking the The House of Commons cow for all they can grab.
The only way Amber Rude will resign is kicking and screaming. While she is still able to protect the real culprit, Tess May-Day, she is safe. The moment that Human Shield drops then she is probably out on her arse!
Apparently, as we go to press, Amber Rude has still not resigned from her position and Tess May hasn’t sacked her either. Seems May is crapping herself as she has been using Amber as a human shield because she knows full well that if Rude goes then she is next.
What a way to ‘run’ a country.
Oh dear, this is a tad awkward. Seems BOTH the Home Office and Number 10 knew about the problems of the Windrush generation back in 2016. They knew because the Barbados government told them.
The best the grovelling Amber Rude could come up with was that she “bitterly” regretted not recognising the “systemic” problem sooner.
She said, “I look back with hindsight and I’m surprised I did not see the shape of it sooner, I bitterly, deeply regret that I didn’t see it as more than individual cases that had gone wrong that needed addressing. I didn’t see it as a systemic issue until very recently.”
The real hoot is that there is a new Tory smug git involved in this utter shambles and disgrace. In 2016 Philip Limp-Dick Hammond was the Foreign Secretary. He was told by Caribbean ministers about immigrants facing deportation despite having lived in the UK for most of their lives, and a report about their concerns was passed to the Home Office, which was led at the time by none other than Tess May. Now there’s a thing!
Funny how this entire shambles always ends up with May at the centre. Does she have ANY conscience or dignity?
England captain Dylan Hartley has been ruled out of the summer tour of South Africa. The 32-year-old also missed a large chunk of the season in 2016 after twice suffering concussion.
Hartley sustained a delayed concussion after England’s defeat by Ireland at Twickenham in March and is understood to still be experiencing “good days and bad days” during his recovery.
His Northampton team-mate Rob Horne was forced to retire this week after suffering life-changing nerve damage to an arm during the Premiership game against Leicester.
On the day when every Englishman celebrates what it is to be English we thought it was time to reflect on what that means. So we are pleased to point out just what it is to be quintessentially English.
Chelsea beat Southampton today to set a classic FA Cup final between
Manchester United v Chelsea
on the 19th May.
Racing 92 beat Munster to set up their European Champions Cup final between
Leinster V Racing 92
On the 12th May.
Alexis Sanchez just can’t stop from scoring every time he goes to Wembley. He did it today to draw Man Utd level and was awarded man-of-the-match as Ander Herrera went on to score the winner against Spurs and take United to the FA Cup final.
Jose Mourinho was seen to smile – well sort of!
Football matches to keep us going over the weekend.