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Lies, damned lies and the Daily Telegraph.
The Brexit Party wants us to believe that it’s a popular uprising against a closed establishment. These candidates are anything but.
Going on holiday this summer? It’s going to hurt.
It’s this or just go stand outside for three or four minutes and let the heat take me.
“LOL we’re all going to die,” we tweet, in response to the latest political news. “Yes, we know,” replies Mother Nature, and fries another pigeon.
Johnsonism is no more and no less than the idea that Boris Johnson should be remembered.
May wasn’t some passive victim of historical forces. She’s the one who created this mess.
What do we think he’s been offered then, lads? Foreign sec?
So prevalent are the lies and the embarrassments and the screw-ups that, somehow, nothing seems to stick.
They’ve got no respect, these days.