After a tense morning which saw several hours of heated debate the ECJ finally gave its verdict on what the papers have dubbed “the Brown showdown”, before also quickly deciding that the UK can cancel Brexit without the permission of the other 27 EU members, then retiring for lunch; press rumours suggest the involvement of a baguette and some weird cheese.
The Prime Minister has informed the House of Commons that the vote on one of the most important pieces of…
The PM is doing all she can to remind MPs of the consequences of voting down her Brexit deal. This includes changing the running order for today’s House of Commons’ Carol Service – ditching the majority of festive favourites, in favour of Brexit-themed reversions that really spell out just how much trouble this country will be in.
Architects at a London museum have created what they describe as ‘the perfect gingerbread city’. No, seriously. This is a…
“By hiring Tommy Robinson as an advisor and adopting an increasingly ‘anti-islam’ agenda, UKIP have lost sight of their core value of being anti-everyone. This at its most basic level is discriminatory, and I will not tolerate discrimination against any individual religious, racial or secular group. There can be no division in discrimination.”
While some would claim this chaos came about by accident, it’s actually part of a long-running campaign by the Alt-Light to steal the coveted title of ‘Crazy Town’ from Washington. Whitehall mandarin Rupert Oliver said: “All the chaps here are absolutely thrilled the UK has got the Americans on the run. I feel special mention must go to David Davis, Boris Johnson, and of course Theresa always leads from the front.”