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"an extraordinary lie" 21:38 - Jun 13 with 1800 viewsROTTWEILERS

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"an extraordinary lie" on 09:29 - Jun 14 with 1777 viewsspudgun

That due to an administrative error Helen Whately had somehow been mistaken for an MP, and unaccountably been promoted to a junior cabinet office whilst on a job experience programme following her dismissal from KFC for gross incompetence.

35 year old Whately, who left St Custards High Romford with one GCSE in bakery, has struggled to find permanent employment since leaving school.

The government have known about this for some months but when questioned by suspicious cabinet ministers Johnson replied with "Aaarh!!, well.... mwhah!!, phwoar!, totty.... bad Boris".

A government source said: "Our position is clear and transparent on this matter, and we don`t know anyone called Helen Whately, but we will be throwing a dead cat on the table as soon as we can, but there is an understandable shortage of them at the moment."

Chief cat procurer, Chris Grayling, is believed to be scouring the Westminster area in his pyjamas ...
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(No subject) on 11:55 - Jun 14 with 1769 viewsBringBackTheRedRoom


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(No subject) on 19:22 - Jun 14 with 1754 viewsspell_chekker

Something to do with Gove or Farage?


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(No subject) on 20:04 - Jun 14 with 1749 viewsspudgun

No, it`s the fella who`s taking the government to court regarding school closures.

I suspect it will be less than a bombshell, but may be proved wrong...
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(No subject) on 19:26 - Jun 15 with 1734 viewsspell_chekker


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(No subject) on 19:36 - Jun 15 with 1730 viewsROTTWEILERS

Bit of an anticlimax. Boris lied within the government's defence statement - said it was 'nonsensical' that he ordered schools to close (as they remained open for keyworkers).

So yeah, technically a lie, but children's human rights don't shift copy when there is the daily drum beat of fatalities to report on.

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(No subject) on 19:54 - Jun 15 with 1724 viewsImperial

Disarray, extraordinary lie. There 's no potency in language left when it is used so often in the wrong context.
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(No subject) on 20:20 - Jun 15 with 1719 viewsspell_chekker

The government has already taken its eye off the ball in the already calamitous Brexit situation.


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