287 Responses to Suspending Parliament Special

  1. Guest Who says:

    Meanwhile, over in Gretaland, Jon makes a point. Not the one he intended.


  2. andyjsnape says:

    Its a terrible few days for the eu sponsored beeb. Personally I didn’t loose any sleep 🙂


  3. Venutius says:


    Activists rallied across numerous UK cities after PM’s plans to suspend parliament….Others gathered outside Parliament late into the evening.

    “…Never have I seen so many middle class bedwetting shrieking do-gooders in one place” 😉


  4. Fedup2 says:

    Blimey Ian kirslake ? Former head of the civil service – plotting on the BBC for the civil service to obstruct the government in the run up to brexit . Wow.

    And lastly back to Humph – chatting with greens about cutting consumption – spending . I’m sure this is insulting to people who don’t earn much to have ‘excess’ like Humph can on his now £600 000 a year .

    The level of hypocrisy on this is just astonishing


  5. Guest Who says:

    OT, small but significant.


    This is the Remain ‘leadership’.

    Has the BBC shown any interest in at least one senior pol outright… telling porkies?


    • imaynotalwaysloveyou says:

      Swinson looks to be yet another pointless add-on the to the 600+ of the House of Commons troughing brigade. Whiny, badly-upholstered, ever seeking funding for this or that traitorous cause..

      We should have recognised their ilk long ago. Of course now they’re shrieking that their communist visions of utopia (plus EU moolah) are under threat.

      If our electorate were halfway sensible there’d never be people like her or her godawful party allowed to get anywhere near having a say over how we live our lives. And Gina Miller would be back in Guyana, after having been forcibly shown she’d ‘outlived her welcome’.


  6. Emmanuel Goldstein says:

    Somebody should tell the remainers that if we leave the so called ‘no deal’ way that it does not mean we will never trade with the eu again.
    What it means is that we will get a better trading deal than the one associated with the WA which remainers want.
    Instead of the 40 killer conditions in the WA we will have total freedom to come to a trade deal which we think is fair.
    How can they not understand that.

    I suppose because all they hear is extreme negative propaganda from the Remainstream media and no positives.


  7. Thoughtful says:

    Here are some interesting facts which might prove useful in the coming days – and which you certainly aren’t going to be told by the MSM.

    It would appear that the cabinet office have had to ask the Police to stop Remain protestors harassing civil servants on their way to and from their offices:

    “In an email sent to civil servants, the Cabinet Office wrote, “since the end of July a small group who support the “Stop Brexit” campaign have been protesting outside [the Cabinet Office] on a daily basis. We anticipate these will continue” going on to say there have been “incidents of unacceptable behaviour towards staff and visitors when entering” the building, which have been passed onto the police.

    I’ve made sure this has been passed on to relevant media outlets.

    Gina Miller – again.

    Gina Miller appears to have dual nationality Guyanese-British, she was born to parents of Indian Sikh descent, she was sent the Britain to be educated by her wealthy parents aged 10 and has stayed in the UK more or less permanently since.

    Brexit however is not the only arena in which Ms Miller has seriously pissed people off. She has camagined for transparency in financial products and markets, whilst refusing to apply that same transparancy to her own financial services company.

    She claims not to be a Europhile, yet has aligned herself with every one of them, and is running campaigns such as crowdfunding, and tactical voting, in favour of Europhile politicians.

    Despite the fact that Miller is not Black by a country mile, being of Indian descent, she was voted by Powerlist as the “UK’s most influential black person” which recognises those of African and African Caribbean heritage.

    Even though she isn’t Black or has much of a claim to being even of any African heritage. Maybe there wasn’t much of a choice of candidates, or maybe a committe biased towards remain wanted to raise her profile.

    We have a person here who is highly entitled and authoritarian in the way she expects others to behave, yet refuses to be held to account in the same way.
    Who lies about her motivations, and is prepared to accept accolades to which she is not entitled.

    Sounds perfect for political office!


    • Fedup2 says:

      When ms Miller was interviewed ( again ) on Toady this morning -in response to questions – she kept on saying “ we will ..”… do this and that – overturn the government and Queen using the courts ( yeah right)

      But all I was waiting for was the question “ who is this “we”? “ -to which she d reply -“ well George Soros obviously “


  8. Sir Topham Hatt says:

    The BBC meltdown is a joy to behold. They are all frothing at the mouth. Stuck in their London bubble and liberal echo chamber they haven’t the self awareness to realise that they are out of step with public opinion.

    The website front page and main picture tells you everything about the BBC position on the matter.


  9. Guest Who says:

    Small sample, nothing to concern the MSM.


    • smoogie7 says:

      88% agreed to it when I voted. I guess that I am part of that 88% who did not know what I was voting for?


  10. The Sage says:

    This is what passes for headline news on the BBC website:

    A lesbian couple say they were jeered at by staff for kissing in a takeaway.
    Alice Bowerman said she was “shocked and angry” when staff at Marmaris in Nottingham told her they “do not want to see that” as she kissed her partner Terri-Ann Metcalfe.
    Nottinghamshire Police said a “hate incident” during the early hours of Monday had been reported to them and officers were investigating.
    The manager of the restaurant declined to comment.

    Jeered at? A hate incident? Do us all a favour and get a life and that goes for the Nottinghamshire Police Force.


    • Ian Rushlow says:

      Meeting of BBC day team editorial board:
      “Okay peoples, what do we run with: the suspension of parliament and the constitutional issues surrounding it and Brexit, or this hearbreaking story of two members of the LGBT community receiving vile abuse in a Nottingham takeaway?”
      “…hmm. Tough one. Do we know anything about the takeaway?”
      “It’s called Marmaris. It’s a kebab and pizza place. I think it might be a Turkish name.”
      “Tricky. We don’t want to be accused of Islamphobia or anything.”
      “No, of course not. But we do have this policy directive to report such incidents on a regular basis, you know, like the two birds – sorry, I mean two people who self-identified as female – on the London bus”.
      “Oh, then we must publish it on the front page then. Does anyone have a number for the takeaway industry – try and get them to make a declaration against homophobia and hatred in kebab shops?”
      “Now… next item. Knife crime. We need to illustrate it with a picture of a hand holding a knife. Anyone got any ideas?”


    • Thatcherrevolutionary says:

      Marmaris?……….. Let me guess……..


  11. Ed Hitter says:

    Remember when the BBC banged on for weeks about how outrageous it was for BoJo to say that women in burkas looked like letterboxes – as he explained how the garment oppressed women but should not actually be banned.
    Well, I’m now checking to see if the Beeb is outraged by a far more extreme and thoroughly disgusting statement made today by top British author Philip Pullman, who suggests that our country’s Prime Minister should be hanged from a lamp post.
    Mmm, no, nothing so far……


  12. fakenewswatcher says:

    Ed – insn’t Pullman the one who’s made of ‘dark materials’?


  13. andyjsnape says:

    I bet NO ONE can guess what the eu.bc is constantly going on about! BREXIT!

    More divide and conquer tactics

    Beeb you have well and truely lost the debate


  14. Roland Deschain says:

    At the risk of annoying the Twitter police…


  15. Fedup2 says:

    World at 1 watch

    When the Biased BBC love a politician it’s full blown roses and chocs.

    Such is the case with Ruth Davidson . They played her resignation speech for so long I thought it was live .

    But she s a queer with a kid and a girl friend and Scottish and a Remainer . So in the words of the great Labby. sifri – it must be luv.

    For me – one less remainer politician – a liberal dressed up as a conservative . Bye .

    The bbc spent over 10 minutes on this and she s not even dead .


    • pertelote says:

      want my advice dear..just concentrate on having some more sprogs …you know it makes sense. What shall we call “it” ..I know ..Oliver (as in Cromwell)?.. Rory? why not go with the flow..Muhammad?..oh the anguish!
      ..and if it’s a gal..Kaydee (“K.D.”), Martina..or even B.J.? (nahh -;..that’s for Billie Jean!


  16. SPC says:

    Hot off the press! well my viewpoint in any case. Boris will call a general election next week to settle the thing once and for all. Labour know it and are devastated. Boris will win – Corbyn is finished – Starmer will take over as party leader and Momentum will wither away back to the pond. This will clear out the second raters, the chancers, and the gobby ones all in one go. Swinson will get a few seats mores the pity, but still will be a nonentity party. You heard it here first.


    • Demon says:

      Boris will lose many seats to the Left Wing coalition because the Brexit Party will split the Brexit vote. We cannot have an election before November and I think it’s a maximum of 6 weeks from dissolution of Parliament to Election Day.


      • SPC says:

        I don’t think the Brexit party will split the vote before 31st Oct – the electorate will give Boris the first bite of the apple and to maybe get a deal – Yes more like 4/5 weeks after a general election is called ( i.e middle of next week) – parliament is shut down in any case after that – he could have an election in mid october. Settled before the Brexit deadline by 2 weeks. Bigger mandate – job done.


  17. Doobster78 says:

    BBC – https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-scotland-scotland-politics-49509712

    Aidan O’Neill QC, representing the parliamentarians, told judge Lord Doherty: “Powers of the executive are never unlimited or unfettered.

    “We do not live in a totalitarian state.”

    Mr O’Neill said there had been a number of examples where an order already “signed off” by the Queen had been successfully challenged.

    He went on to argue the suspension of parliament meant a denial of “political accountability” and was unconstitutional.

    The QC said the case came before the court as matter of urgency in light of yesterday’s announcement.

    He argued that a previous case, involving Telegraph owners the Barclay brothers, saw them successfully challenge the validity of Privy Council advice to the Queen.

    Mr O’Neill cited a separate case where, he said, it showed there was an “obligation on the sovereign to recall an order of prorogation” if the court was satisfied there had been an “abuse of power”.


    “We do not live in a totalitarian state.” ????? Really. Then why do the Left always act like it then ?


  18. Despairada says:

    I like to have the radio on when driving and I got into the habit of listening to Radio 4 because I find music distracting but silence is also strangely distracting. However, lately, I have had to keep turning off because I can’t stand the special bbc agenda.
    Radio 4 news today and yesterday constantly repeating the lie that Boris Johnson has suspended parliament for 5 weeks. Deliberately ignoring the fact that there will only three or maximum 4 fewer days of sitting in parliament because it includes the conference season. Only the rare Boris supporter who is allowed to speak points this out.
    Where the remainers proposing to cancel the conference season?


    • Fedup2 says:

      The BBC had a chirpy Remainer from the Hansard society delightfully pointing out that the writ to prorogue Parliament for the conference season had not been issued –

      It sounded like a parting Remain gift from the traitor May . So it could have been that the traitors would attempt to run parliament on a Remain timetable to prevent A50 expiring .

      It’s strange that no one had commented on this – if anyone reading this had heard mention of it I’d like to know who discussed it .

      Despite the popcorn next week is going to see a confrontation between a biased over active speaker with height issues and either bojo or JRM which will end in tears for someone .

      With a bit of luck bojo will put JRM up against Berkow whose political life deserves to be over . And bojo should ensure no seat in the House of Lords for that traitor .


  19. Thoughtful says:

    Here is another issue that the MSM appear to be failing to report.

    Boris’s prorogation of Parliament will be for a maximum of just 4 days!

    John Major who is amongst the moaners prorogued Parliament for 6 weeks to cover up the cash for questions scandal!

    Have you seen either of these facts made known to the public? If not why not?


    • Sir Topham Hatt says:

      I think we know why – it doesn’t fit the narrative they are building. Brexit is bad, Boris is bad, prorogation is bad, no deal is bad.

      They are more interested in promoting Gauke’s interview where he says (falsely) that “There isn’t a mandate for no-deal Brexit”


  20. Demon says:

    The way these anti-Brexit donoughts keep throwing the term “anti-Democracy” about it’s clear they define the word “Democratic” in the same way they did in the German “Democratic” Republic.


    • Demon says:

      Donoughts was supposed to be doughnuts but my spelling aberration fits just as well.


  21. JamesG says:

    Do you know what this whole Brexit saga reminds me of? A middle-class family of university lecturers who are told that their large garden is going to be compulsorily purchased in order to make way for blocks of flats for working-class people: they respond by fighting tooth and nail to stop it happening, using every trick in the book, every type of legal avenue, and never accepting defeat. (Of course, if it was the other way round, the proles would be expected to just put up with it without making any fuss).


  22. Guest Who says:

    An ex Newsnight editor, who the bbc still feels is best qualified to invite back on again, and again.


    • Guest Who says:

      He does seem… special. No wonder the bbc like him.


      • Fedup2 says:

        A different version of “clash of civilisations “.
        A badly thought through Referendum which enabled the personal views of 500 MPs and Peers beyond counting to spend 3 years circumventing the vote .- getting away with reneging on manifesto promises and personal campaign promises to “ honour brexit “ .

        Compounded by the desire of the enemy EU to exploit division using a British media it knew it could rely on .

        The mistake people make is that they assume the ruling bubble is full of clever people . Well this is wrong . It’s full of self interested chancers with just a few clever types who stick out like clever people .

        I say this from personal experience . I have briefed some MPs and the occasional Peer on issues which clever people would understand and as a result ask the right forensic questions . These never came . I could see the briefing going in one ear and coming out of the other . I was reassured that because of title they were treated with plenty of respect and deference and paid plenty ….


    • Fedup2 says:

      As for Paul Mason – the same kind of mental issues afflicting the likes of Blair , Campbell , Soubry and Grieve – where their personal believes cannot be challenged – a kind of absolutism .


      • fakenewswatcher says:

        You mention Blair and Campbell. Make me think of the ‘dodgy dossier’.
        Soubry, Grieve, May, et al make me think of the ‘dodgy deal’.

        We seem to specialise in populating parliament with producers of the ‘dodgy’. I wonder why that is? All mental issues? (And we haven’t even mentioned Gordon B. yet! He claimed to have saved the world, I believe?)


        • Fedup2 says:

          On the unknown channel – also known as c5 -next week is an ex bbc employee called Paxman doing a docu on ‘why are out politicians crap “? . I’m sure it’s not a series but it is a whole hour .
          The explanation should only take 10 minutes and really hinges on the ability of MPs – once elected – to treat the views of their constituents as of less value than their expense claims .

          The MSM BBC is complicit in this state of affairs because it’s only a game and life is far easier when everyone knows their role in the ritual ‘ acting .

          Of those I named – 3 are barristers – so their souls are sold at ‘the bar ‘ of the House of Lords …


    • smoogie7 says:

      I am white and male, but not ‘aged’ or racist. It is reasons like this why I hate the opponents of Boris.


  23. Peter Sausages says:

    Koonsberg and the BBC are so upset about Boris suspending parliament.. Get in there


  24. G.W.F. says:

    Boris has triggered off the socialist revolution, they have taken our streets.


    • Doobster78 says:

      These are the Remainers who are meant to be a cut above us plebs !!!! Jesus wept !!!


    • taffman says:

      Up here we would say ‘his ed’s has gone man’
      Legends have it that if you spend a night on the mountain in Wales , you will awake the next morning either a poet or a madman!
      Remember Mrs ‘Chamberlain’. and her “Brexit means Brexit” or “Leave means leave”. She came to walking in Wales.


  25. NISA says:

    What a surprise that a very minor event in “a small country far away about which we know little” suddenly become of interest to the BBC when it denigrates Trump. In this case an unflattering primitive “statue” in Slovenia.


  26. Doobster78 says:

    And another one for the project fear tally !!


    • Fedup2 says:

      I would have thought for Remainers delayed flu vaccines is a good thing because it will kill off all those old Brexiters .

      When you think of it – even the expression of such a hateful sentiment by remainers shows that many are just not mentally well and have the mindset to drop the zyklonB into the gas chamber . Very worrying .


  27. taffman says:

    “Scottish judge to consider proroguing challenge overnight”
    In my humble opinion there is a general election coming and The Brexit Party is itching for it. All parties in Parliament are scared of it. Why? Just look at the results of the recent EU elections.
    Parliament is full of actors and charlatans, they have treated the people of GB with contempt. Three years and we are still in the EU!


    • Fedup2 says:

      Will Bojo sit down with Nigel Farage and agree a pact this weekend as a contingency should the No Confidence thing come to pass ? That will – I think deliver a brexit government .

      That is unless Labour have put in place mass voting fraud using students double voting , mass postal fraud and other organised crime so familiar to the socialists and given a collective nod by the MSM BBC .


    • Doobster78 says:

      If this ruling does the wrong way , we may as well just say f**k it, and stick Gina Miller in charge of the country !!!!!

      Strange how a unknown woman can have so much clout in our politics and legal system and seemingly endless pots of cash .

      Something the BBC never seem to question !!! Strange as they can’t help themselves checking the authenticity of any cash that goes to Leave campaign or The Brexit Party !!!


      • Fedup2 says:

        Doob – as both an armchair general, a keyboard warrior and a barrack room lawyer ( multi tasking ) the judge will swerve a judgement and boot the case upstairs so that the Supreme Court -7 of them ( or more ) can hear it and – if they’ve got any sense – swerve a judgement which might put the court above the policy decisions of HM Government .

        The judges – of course – will be Remainers ….


    • Synchronised says:

      That’s my concern Taff. Stalin said something along the lines of it’s not the people who vote that counts, its the people who count the votes that matter.


  28. pertelote says:

    you can smell Soros.


  29. theleftwilleatitself says:

    Al beeb:the brexit storm by Laura Kusnssberg is a better watch now than 4 months ago 👍


  30. Fedup2 says:

    This is the headline on the Telegraph Website –

    ‘ Jeremy Corbyn backs hard-left plan to bring cities to a halt in protest at Boris Johnson’s Brexit tactics ‘

    Assuming this is true – this is the same man who has asked for an audience with the Queen. An IRA supporter who is reverting to type by breaking laws when it suits his ‘beliefs ‘


  31. Guest Who says:

    BBC still rocking that impartiality. I sense a stink in The Farce.

    Oh, and, #CCBGB

    She might need another long break.


  32. The General says:

    Parliament rules by the will of the people.
    But look at what have they done to thwart the will of the people :
    The people voted to Leave the EU and Parliament promised to honour the wishes expressed in the Referendum. They then said they needed three years from that Referendum in order to give them time to ‘sort out’ the detail. Unbelievably, as those years came to an end, they claim that as three years have past, things are different and so they consider they don’t want to leave after all.

    So it is a good thing that when we have a General Election it is enacted immediately rather some future date (as in the USA) otherwise when the time came they could claim time has passed , things have changed and so we will not be changing the Government after all.

    What time scale do they consider the will of the people is valid for ?


    • imaynotalwaysloveyou says:

      The answer is that we’ve been frustrated and stymied by assorted categories of the following bunch of evil/naive nutters :

      Big business fear their inabilty to make big profits by loss of cheap workers.

      Politicians fear having to actually do any work thinking about legislating for the good of their own country. And they’d hate to do good for their own country because most are traitors.

      There are older well-off communist inclined voters that have learned to hate the UK and think France and Germany does everything better.

      The left-wing education system has been in place for so long now that new waves of voters have exactly the same idiotic view as their middle-class suburban BBC watching/Guardian-reading parents.

      They all need corraling into some sort of pens and kept well away from the political process, frankly.

      I think you’ll find the only timescale they have in mind is how long they can get themselves back fully into the warm embrace of the EU’s tyranny. They’re mad, and that’s why they need locking up.


  33. taffman says:

    “Brexit: UK negotiators ‘to step up tempo’ on new deal talks”
    Stopping a ‘No Deal Brexit’ is undermining our negotiator’s bargaining power. In fact it neuters it.
    MPs that have never had a real job cannot see that because they are ‘career politicians’ or they have an ulterior motive. Simples, very simples.
    Vote for The Brexit Party and drain the swamp because there is a General Election coming.


  34. Richard Pinder says:

    Using what Wikipedia says about “Fear”, lets analyse those metropolitan liberal fears of carbon dioxide and independence.

    Fear may be politically and culturally manipulated to persuade citizenry of ideas which would otherwise be widely rejected such as elitism, or dissuade citizenry from ideas which would otherwise be widely supported such as independence.

    Fear can alter how an inferior person thinks or reacts to situations because fear has the power to inhibit one’s rational way of thinking. Rational scientists tried and succeeded in calibrating carbon dioxide warming using observational evidence that eliminated all fears in the minds of these scientists. As a result, people who do not experience fear, are able to use fear as a tool to manipulate others, unless they are nice Brexitteers or nice Scientists. Remainers who are experiencing fear, seek preservation of EU rule through safety and can be manipulated by a politician who is there to provide that safety. When people are afraid, a manipulator can talk us out of the truth we see right in front of us. Words like “No Deal” become more real than reality. By this, a manipulator is able to use fear to manipulate us out of the truth that countries exist in the world that are much better off economically than Britain, but have “No Deal” with the awful EU, and instead make us believe and trust in the lies of Remainer politicians. These Politicians and Environmental Activists are notorious for using fear to manipulate low IQ middle-class people into supporting the EU and the man-made climate hoax. Through keywords and key phrases such as “a deal is for the safety of this country” or “the EU keeps us safe from Islamic terrorists and other dangerous non-Europeans” Remainer politicians invoke fear within white European people that their safety is at stake, but is neutralised by the contradictions of mass immigration and laws against the fear of immigrants. These people are expected to follow in line in order for their safety to be restored by parliament stopping Brexit, but is failing due to the contradictions such as Islamophobia, a fear which is paradoxically illegal. Professor Frank Furedi maintains that society and universities are undergoing a politically driven ‘dumbing down’ process which is manifest in society’s growing inability to understand and assess the meaning of risk. Mass immigration into Europe correlates with a dramatic fall in IQ scores, especially in London, the rise of the environmental and green movements, especially in London, and a growing obsession with risk, especially in London. Furedi has criticised the prominent role played by science in policy formation. Not very advisable if the Governments science committee had only one scientist on it, and the other members where environmental activists trying to throw him off the committee. Similar to the situation at the BBC as regards the BBC’s best scientific experts. This type of dumbing down now means that young people like Greta only go to University if they are to thick to be employed as a shop assistant due to the need to count the change, and are immature and therefore easily mislead by BBC propaganda.

    For further information, look at “Culture of Fear”, “The Power of Nightmares: The Rise of the Politics of Fear”, “Fear Mongering“,“The Politics of Fear. Beyond Left and Right” and “Mass Hysteria”


  35. andyjsnape says:

    That women Gina Miller is off to court again, good luck you’ll need it and your time is nearly up 🙂


  36. andyjsnape says:

    Anyone yet know Corbyns stand on Brexit (after 3 years), we only have the eu.bc quotes to go on


  37. Fedup2 says:

    Our Justin having a friendly chat with a couple of comrades – Clive Lewis – a nasty follower of Corbyn and a mouthpiece from the Far Left Momentum.

    All about closing down towns and cities on behalf of Remainers . No discussion of breaking the law or preventing those wanting to just go about the non brexit business .

    Webb pretended to play ‘ devils advocate instead of getting a brexit supporter to argue the contrary – but nothing new there. Seems like BBC is developing a line in anarchy .

    Sometimes I wonder who is the worst Toady presenter – but Justin Webb is up there .


  38. Fedup2 says:

    BBC puts a favourite – Shabby chakralongname on to spread poison on behalf of Comrade Corbyn .

    As an unelected parasite she hammered on about democracy as she has done in her career . But Justin didn’t ask her about how recommendations in her report of anti Jewish attitudes in her Labour Party .Again .

    By the way Lady Shabi called on street protests – lawful type of course – since she is the shadow Attorney General .

    By the way Any questions seems to have a 2-2 representation – when it should be 3-1 . When you include the remainer Chairman – Eddy Sturton it reverts to 3 remainers against 2 brexiters .


  39. JamesArthur says:

    Shadow attorney general ‘Lady’ Chakrabati- R4 what a useless woman she is spitting feathers can hardly get a sentence out without stuttering..and she is a lawyer -proposing people on the streets

    Banging on about parliamentary democracy – she who was shoe honed into the HoL for doing F*** all and as far as I know has never been elected into any position – and she is talking about parliamentarian democracy It beggars belief
    These people are so bloody arrogant and convinced of their moral high ground..


    • Doobster78 says:

      Chakrabati and Corbyn taking the moral high ground. Twitter doesn’t forget.


  40. Fedup2 says:

    Humph interviews a kraut politician who basically said – screw any new leave deal – and then the Sttange Olly Letwin . Who admitted having a phone conversation with Speaker Berkow about frastration the government plan to prorogue parliament .

    So a traitor to both the electorate and his own party . In fairness to Humph it took him about 5 attempts to get Letwin to admit the conversation – indicating the shameful biased conduct of the speaker .

    Seems strange that we land up with a parliament where the personal view of 500 MPs is more important than 17.4 million voters ( see my preamble at the top to see the numbers ).


  41. Nibor says:

    Have Oliver Leftwin , Dominic Grieve , Michael Heseltine , Ken Clarke and the others ever resigned or even protested about any government not honouring the manifestos produced at election times ?
    If not what are they beefing about when they crackle on about promises in the referendum campaign ?


  42. Monty says:

    If only she was financing these out of her own pocket


  43. SPC says:

    I see the petition seems to have peeked at around 1.5m – thats got the diehard traitors out of the way – where are the rest? Of course there have been a few small demos from remainers but nothing like what will happen if the leavers take to the streets for the first time in any numbers.
    I’ve read that if government lost control of next weeks house agenda then the PM is within his constitutional right to call brexit day at a time of his choosing i.e before 31st Oct. We could wake up one day and found we’ve left. Be careful you mutinous lot.


  44. G.W.F. says:

    The down trodden masses reveal their anger at the protest against Boris’s imposition of fascism by closing Parliament. They have taken to the streets, living off olives, crackers, hummus and champagne. They have nothing to lose but their chains.



    • SPC says:

      Ha Ha! (that is a laugh out loud) what a great visual image.


    • pertelote says:

      >G.W.F. doesn’t look like a container for olives to me..they’re grapes aren’t they…quite possibly the grapes of wrath? Brilliant photo..made me chuckle and that rarely happens a.m.!

      Love the RH placard too..which I think must say “it appears we can do whatever the f*ck we want” no sense of irony there then!..they’ll be in work by now I expect..feckin’ poseurs.


  45. theisland says:

    Sounds eminently plausible.


    • Roland Deschain says:

      It is. He was expanding on it during his LBC show last night and I reckon he’s spot on.


  46. Doobster78 says:

    Get in !!!


    • jazznick1 says:

      Alas it’s only the request for an injunction today that has been denied.

      The judge has brought the full hearing forward to next Tues – so nothing to cheer about.


      • Doobster78 says:

        That’s as maybe, however, in this current climate, I take every day that these Remainers don’t get something going their way as a bonus !!!


    • Fedup2 says:

      The Soros fund – now inc the discredited John shagger Major – are just going after any judge until they find a Remainer willing to ‘ interpret ‘ the law in their favour . Northern Ireland is next.

      I worry about the Law Lords . On my read they shouldn’t tread on parliamentary procedural toes but they are a bunch of remainers as evidenced by the recently retired sumpter .

      Sumpter delivered the frankly embarrassing Reith Lecture and let his bias out of the judicial bag . so pessimism reigns . Ironically if there is a Remain bill which lands up in the Lords next week there should be enough brexit Lords to talk it out of time – but a reckon a good few from various sides will still be away ‘ on holiday ‘ . Popcorn all round .

      The BBC will interpret all this stuff from the perspective of the desire to stop brexit as we all know .


  47. NISA says:

    Surprise, surprise the BBC fail to mention Major’s previous (see “Thoughtful” above) in this report
    Sir John Major joins court case to stop Parliament suspension

    Mmm Major now gets full honours in his address (Sir John), a step up from Thatcher or Trump


  48. StewGreen says:

    People are hijacking the #StopTheCoup hashtag .. as the main hashtag is now #StopTheCoop
    I’ve been pointing out for some time that despite their ethical claims they infiltrate your village
    and then their main biz is selling to scratchcard-addicts & alcoholics ..So #notEthical


  49. pertelote says:

    Major! ..indeed..the bloody cheek of it!!
    from ’97 – “Fury as sleaze report buried”



  50. Doobster78 says:

    HYS open. Top rated probably a complete surprise to those at the BBC.


    Heres a sample

    Corbyn et al seem to fundamentally not understand that in order to have a good deal you need to have some leverage in that you can walk away at any time. Creating a law saying “you can’t leave without a deal” means the EU can offer what they want which has caused the hiatus for the last 2.5 years.

    Yet still, we never seem to learn.

    And why should he? The proroguing of Parliament is a perfectly normal thing that happens at the end of every parliamentary session. Always has been the case (except of course when the hypocritcal Major did it to stop cash for questions arguments).

    Now, get back to work Swinson. There are potholes and run-down schools to fix in East Dunbartonshire please.

    Boris Johnson is an absolute legend. Top lad.

    Finally after 3 years of blocking from arrogant remainers, we’re set to leave. Good


    • JamesArthur says:

      I hope so Doob but keeping fingers crossed and we still have to worry that Mays deal will just be back without backstop…and we have to pay £39bn
      What all of these remainers seem to forget is this is just the leaving…the actual arrangements between us haven’t been addressed because the EU didn’t want to.. Of course they didn’t..it doesn’t work in their favour