I’ve left the Labour Party after nearly 45 years of service at Branch, Constituency and NEC levels,partly because of it’s continued duplicity on Brexit, partly because of it’s antisemitism, but also because its leadership is complete shit.
If this is the result of wartime rationing all local schools ought to put powdered egg and spam back on in their canteens!
Although they never played together internationally in the same game, #Wales could call upon three sets of brothers around 1960. Pictured are John & Mel Charles, Ivor & Len Allchurch, Bryn & Cliff Jones pic.twitter.com/4rEu2vexbK
Ah! they’re great. Hours and hours of fun to be had watching them stumble from faux pas to gin trap day-in-day out. Telling half the country to take your business elsewhere will take some beating, until the next time Diane goes near a mic anyway...
Farage was on to it before you could say ‘feck me! is it Christmas already?’
Labour MEP candidate Lord Adonis: If you are a Brexiteer don't vote Labour.
As a sign of just how confused and confusing these salad days of Brexit have become, or perhaps as a nod to the 42% of its own membership who voted Leave, Plaid Cymru have proudly unveiled the fruit of Gove’s loins as their candidate for the European Elections.
I’ve railed long and loud on here in the past about the ineptitude of the appointment of Sajid Javed to the Trade and Industry post and his rabbit-in the-headlights performance in that role. I said at the time there was absolutely nothing in his CV that would have even began to suggest he was suited to it, it wasn’t an attack on him per se but on the stupidity of a system that allows for nonsense appointments.
This morning I laughed my way through reading about another appointment, that of Neath MP Christina Rees. I’ll state from the outset this isn’t an attack on her, I’ve met her and she seemed a nice lady. She was good enough to take time out and come along to a London demonstration I was on....BUT... apparently she’s Vice Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group for the Hair Industry. Their remit is hairdressing, barbering and related products.
Surely to God after the three weeks he’s been here, after what he’s seen, he has to be reporting back to his financial masters that this isn’t a project to be written off. Investment would be the smart move.