A Limerick A Day

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Amber Rudd, who has resigned as Britain’s Home Secretary

Let’s face it, we all think it’s good
That we’ll see no more of Amber Rudd
Could Prime Minister May
Depart the same way
Fingers crossed, ’cause she certainly should.

John Moynes

Pic: The Guardian

11 thoughts on “A Limerick A Day

    1. Martco

      +1 @dav

      yet another government minister with clear ASPD issues surprise surprise

      liar liar pants on fire

      1. Daisy Chainsaw

        Nothing to do with being anti social, Martco. It’s more to do with being anti people of colour.

    2. Martco

      my train of thought was going “does she have a family, husband, kids, sitting down for the Sunday Roast, what does she tell them about her working week? is it lies there too or does she proudly announce that she manages to deport another 225 people…

      anyways then I just remembered! that wan once upon a time was married to AA Gill

  1. John f

    It all seems to be going sideways for the English. In my view most of this chaos is by design, first May called an unnecessary election that greatly weakened the Conservative government. Since then it has been screw up after screw up, this is just the latest nail in the Coffin.
    There are powerful players that have an interest in ensuring that Britain remains in the EU and Customs union. Doing so allows for endless cheap labour and favourable corporation tax rates. A weakened negotiation team to deal with the EU would ensure this.May herself campaigned for the remain side in the referendum.
    Politicians have damn all power or influence, for the most part, they are just figureheads. It’s the teams of civil servants that stand behind them that do things. There is something off about this whole story.

  2. :-Joe

    It’s funny to read people saying she would fit right in nicely here with our government…

    The tory’s like the US republicans are not a legitimate political party, they are the representatives of the obscenely wealthy old-money, upper-class, eton educated and connected establishment for private corporate finance types.

    It is not even considered controversial to say this among anyone in politics in britain who has half a clue and also that they do not have any interest in anything other than power, control and lining their own pockets with the public and tax payer’s cash.

    Racism is only a tiny fraction of it and yes she would fit right in with the FF/FG debacle and our aspiring undemocratically elected tory-boy, dear leodar himself.

    The beatings will continue until morale improves.

    :-J

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