If one image sums up British politics it is Mr Johnson on stage using a kipper to get to Number 10.
A white haired couple walked into the community shop yesterday, asking if we sold daily papers. “Yes, just outside, to your right” As he went back out to fetch a … Continue reading Longing for corned beef and rationing books
“Do we not have French butter?” asks a regular customer, smiling. He knows am French by now, I’ve done a weekly shift at the community shop a while and he … Continue reading French butter? Don’t think so.
Dear England, this is France calling, we need a chat. Bonjour. You voted to become Independent UK. Fine. You took ages to tell us what you wanted and when you … Continue reading Dear England, we need a chat
Twisted truth is normal politician talk these days. Even Prime Minister talk when we hear there will be an Independence dividend. Only those with Blind Faith believe that there will … Continue reading Blind faith in Bad faith
When there are several views of the future within government which view will be put in place in Independent UK? At the moment we have a “war cabinet” and politicians … Continue reading Perfidious Albion’s war cabinet
I don’t know what it’s like to be at the receiving end of real racism. As in someone thinking I am less than them simply for the colour of my … Continue reading Are the UK and France enemies, really?
This letter is in answer to Mrs May’s open letter of reassurance to EU citizens dated 19 October 2017. ——— Dear Mrs May, thank you for your letter ‘to EU … Continue reading Dear Mrs May, citizens’ rights first ?
People keep talking about Alt-news as if it was some new American invention. Come on Brits, be proud, have Alt-News like straight bananas not been spewed for years out of … Continue reading For bananas’ sake
“Tough” she said. “If you want to vote in the referendum, you should have taken the British nationality”. I should have seen it coming. And to a point, I agree … Continue reading EU referendum: no pressure