Boris revealed as unlikely champion of the super-rich in plan to shaft poorest councils out of £300 million

UK Politics
UK tells Boris 'ditch the KY and give it to us bare back'

A reallocation of council funding could redirect hundreds of millions of pounds from so-called left-behind communities in the north of England to the leafy southern shires

Working class Conservative voter John Timms who lives in one of the “red wall” areas due to be affected claimed he felt betrayed “There was nothing in his previous actions that would suggest he was capable of this; he’s just your everyday multi-millionaire, Bullingdon club alumni with 5 names and consistent track record of being completely self-serving.”

Similarly, a snowflake that previously voted in favour of increased fossil fuel emissions and global warming stated “This is something I could not have predicted. Totally out of left-field.”

Some malignant dental plaque on a child’s molar that previously voted for more widespread use of Colgate mouthwash was quoted as saying “Dumbfounded, I’m completely non-plussed. So out of character.”

In response, a Labour spokesmen claimed “It’s like the shock reveal in Frozen that Prince Hans is actually not what he seems and is viciously underhand if, you know, Prince Hans had previously written several articles for the Express in the 90s admitting that he was completely duplicitous, would do anything for power and held the working class citizens of the mythical kingdom of Arendell in complete contempt because they were feckless, drunk and lazy.”

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