Brexit, May, The General Election And The Queen

Let me see if we’ve got this right.

So May-Day calls a General Election because she is so arrogant that she thinks she will increase her majority and this will ‘strengthen’ her position in the Brexit talks.

She actually manages to lose seats and actually lost so many that she loses her overall majority.

The only way she can cling on to be able to call herself the Prime Minister is to join hands with the DUP.

The problem is that the DUP fundamentally voted to stay in Europe and certainly demand the border between Northern Ireland and Ireland remains an open one.

As a result of all this May-Day has been forced to delay the Queen’s Speech, which marks the Opening of Parliament, until later in the week yet is still going ahead with talks about Brexit on Monday. Remember that Brexit was what she wanted the increased majority for which she didn’t achieve.

To really put the cat among the pigeons, May-Day has also told us that not only is she delaying the Queen’s Speech this year but she is also looking to cancel it for next year.

We can’t help thinking it’s all getting just a little bit too much for the poor old lady.

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Does Tess May-Day Have Trouble With Her Hearing?

May-Day was criticised as “inhuman and uncaring” after she repeatedly dodged questions about the Grenfell Tower fire.

In an interview on the BBC, Tess May called the incident which killed at least 58 people “absolutely horrifying”.

But asked whether she had failed to judge the public mood by host Emily Maitlis, May-Day appeared to mishear the question.

Emily suggested the public needed an acknowledgement of responsibility from the Government.

But May-Day simply stuck to her script: “This is an absolutely awful fire that took place. People have lost their lives, people have had their homes destroyed, they have fled for their lives with absolutely nothing.”

May-Day was then asked if she had misread the level of public anger towards her. Again, her hearing appeared to have failed her.

“What I have done since this incident took place is, first of all, ensure that the public services had the support they need in order to be able to do the job they were doing in the immediate aftermath,” May-Day replied to a question she had not been asked.

Pressing further, Emily Maitlis asked where she failed to understand public anger, given that she hadn’t initially met with residents.

Again, the so-called Prime Minister evaded the question.

“This was a terrible tragedy that took place,” she said. “People have lost their lives and others have lost everything, all their possessions, their home and everything. What we are doing is putting in place the support that will help them.”

She added: “I have heard horrifying stories from the fire brigade, from police and from victims themselves who were in that tower but also from other local residents, some of whom of course have not been able to go back to their homes either.

“What I’m now absolutely focused on is ensuring that we get that support on the ground. Government is making money available; we are ensuring we are going to get to the bottom of what happened we will ensure that people are re-housed, but we need to make sure that that actually happens.”

Understandably starting to get a tad pissed off like everyone else, Emily suggested that the tragedy could have been prevented, highlighting a 2013 coroner’s report that recommended putting sprinklers in all the buildings in the surrounding area. She also pointed out that a cheaper, flammable cladding had been used.

May-Day remained fixed to the script: “We have yet to find out what the cause of the fire was. The fire service is doing that. The fire services are looking at what the cause of the fire was. It is important that we get to the bottom of this and find out exactly what happened.

“The Government has taken action on the recommendation of the coroner report. But what we need to do in relation to this incident – to this horrifying fire – is to make sure that we get to the bottom of why this fire took place, what happened, why did it spread so unexpectedly and so ferociously and so quickly.”

Viewers accused the prime minister of “blatantly ignoring” Emily Maitlis’ questions, with one Twitter user writing: “Theresa May is precisely the kind of leader we know we don’t need at a time like this.”

Another wrote: “Infuriated by Theresa May on Newsnight. The woman only talks in soundbites,” and a third accused her of being “inhuman”.

“How can someone be so inhuman and uncaring? Theresa May is a write-off now more than ever,” said the user.

May-Day has pledged to set up a £5 million fund for emergency supplies, and said that residents will be re-homed in the borough, or neighbouring boroughs within three weeks. The Queen is looking forward to £370 million for her refurbishment!


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Jeremy Corbyn Appears As Top Of The Bill At The Pyramid Stage On Saturday

Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn is to appear on stage at Worthy Farm at next week’s Glastonbury Festival.

The Labour supremo, who has been officially endorsed by the UK grime scene, will address crowds at the Pyramid Stage on the Saturday afternoon before introducing US rap duo Run The Jewels.

The American hip hop act were vocal in their support of Democrat Bernie Sanders during his unsuccessful campaign for the US Presidency last year, while Corbyn himself was forced to cancel his scheduled appearance at the festival last year following the EU referendum.

Glastonbury founder Michael Eavis will appear on stage with Corbyn and he told the Guardian newspaper: “We’re Corbyn fans, that’s the thing.

“He’s got something new and precious, and people are excited about it. He really is the hero of the hour.”

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Only The New Premier League Fixtures Can Help Us Just Now

Everything is such a bloody mess there doesn’t seem much to look forward to. The General Election went off half-cock, May-Day is still clinging on to being called PM, we’ve had Manchester and Tower Bridge, England couldn’t beat a 10 man France, we got knocked out of the ODI that we were due to win, the Lions are struggling to win a game and now we’ve witnessed what happens when people are neglected in the Grenfell Tower.

It’s not much but at least they are in the future so they are ‘something’ to look forward to.

August 12th

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How Did This Happen In The Middle Of London?


 Twelve people have been confirmed dead in the Grenfell Tower tragedy but the death toll is expected to rise. Our thoughts go out to all those affected by the events overnight. This has happened in the middle of London and, although it would be a disaster anywhere, that does seem to make it even more shocking.
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It seems to suggest that if it could happen there then it could happen anywhere in the country. Some people will have a lot of explaining to do and let us hope that the findings do not take the ridiculous length of time to emerge that far too many inquires take.
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This Is ALL Down To Cameron, No Wonder He Ran Away

The utter mire we are in is entirely due to Dodgy-Dave Cameron. If that idiot hadn’t called a Referendum we didn’t need then May-Day would not have become our so-called Prime Minister.

If she never became our so-called Prime Minister we would never have had a spur of the moment General Election. Without a General Election May-Day would not be in the shite she is in now.

If she wasn’t in the shite she would NEVER have invited the DUP along to Number 10. Her own ego has left us in such a shite-hole it beggars belief.

Yet somehow the BBC, and the majority of our media, still lick the arse of any tory they can find. That’s who the media work for and it is about time everybody else learnt that.

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The REAL Prime Minister and her Deputy.

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What An Utter Shambles As May Has To Cancel The Queen’s Speech For Now

Tory ministers doubt that the Queen’s Speech can be delivered as had been previously arranged for the 19th. Following her arrogant call for a General Election she suddenly finds she doesn’t have a majority of 200, oh no, she doesn’t have any majority!!!

The hold-up is because for May-Day to cling on to Number 10 she must sell her soul to the DUP. A party with just 10 seats and only 292,316 votes – yes, that’s right – the country is being held to account by less than 300,000 voters. Great job May-Day, a really great job.

One of the BBC Tory reporters said there was an “ambiguity” about both what would go in the Queen’s Speech – with several manifesto pledges expected to be watered down or dropped – but also the need for the Tories to “nail down” DUP support.

For once Tim Farron said something sensible when he said: “This is an utter humiliation for Theresa May. It is time to stop trying to cling to power and time to admit enough is enough.”

As if we didn’t know these few days have confirmed that May-Day has absolutely no interest in the country or the rest of us. She is interested in what is good for the Tory party but, above everything, her real concern is for Theresa May, first, second, third and fourth.

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