This morning.

Ya daft hapeth.

Meanwhile…

Anyone?

24 thoughts on “Nar Then

  1. Redundant Proofreaders Society

    Good timing. Burnham, Rotheram and Anderson, and the populations they represent, are feeling their own national government is failing them.

        1. Charger Salmons

          The Labour party got a new leader.
          But I’m not sure a millionaire Islington lawyer with a poor record for prosecuting Asian grooming gangs while head of the DPP is quite the man to revive their hopes.
          I may be wrong but we’ll have to wait until Thursday 2 May 2024 to find out …

          1. scottser

            Johnson can win an election, but he can’t govern:
            https://www.thetimes.co.uk/article/boris-johnson-v-keir-starmer-latest-polls-and-approval-ratings-3pxcpwmxp

            The UK needs to raise taxes and the Tories will not tax their own, they will tax the what’s left of the working class conservatives:
            https://www.irishtimes.com/business/economy/uk-economy-will-not-return-to-pre-covid-levels-in-2021-imf-forecasts-1.4394854

            The UK still has no trade deal with its biggest trading partner and the internal markets bill is still in the background which affects the GFA, the Withdrawal Agreement and devolution among UK members.

            But you’re still going to take the bet I hope?

          2. Charger Salmons

            I’ll ask one more time because you haven’t answered yet.
            Explain to me exactly how you think a government with an 80-seat majority and leading in the opinion polls is going to fall in 2021.
            What is the mechanism whereby this Tory government will not be governing by the end of 2021 ?
            And what’s the point of a virtual bet ? If there was one I’d bet you a tenner you don’t come up with a plausible answer by the end ot today.
            Because if you did I’d have a real bet on the government falling.

          3. Charger Salmons

            I’ll ask one more time because you haven’t answered yet.
            Explain to me exactly how you think a government with an 80-seat majority and leading in the opinion polls is going to fall in 2021.
            A vote of No Confidence ? You think 80 Tory MPs are going to vote to deliberately to bring down their own government in its second year ?
            And what’s the point of a virtual bet ? If there was one I’d bet you a tenner you don’t come up with a plausible answer by the end of today.
            Because if you did and it was remotely plausible I’d have a real bet on the government falling.
            I’m all ears.Take your time.

          4. scottser

            God you’re so needy. Some of us have life you know..
            Anyway, as far as predicting the future goes all I can say is that the Tories love to turn on each other. And by ‘this Tory government’ I mean Johnson & co. I predict a vote of no confidence in him by the end of next year with Gove best placed to benefit.
            I knew you’d be too mean to take a bet.

          5. Charger Salmons

            So you’ve changed your tune from ” this tory government will not last past 2021 ” to Boris will suffer a no-cofidence vote within his own party and Gove is the likely successor.
            Basically you realised what a fool you’d made of yourself and started backtracking.
            ” Mwaaaaaw, Charger won’t have a virtual bet with me ”
            Another spoofer sent packing.

            Heh x taking out the trash.

          6. scottser

            Treat yourself to another tin of beans there spaffer. Theyll go nicely with the ass that you’ve just been handed.

  2. george

    Irish Diplomats are not political appointees. They are civil servants in the Department of Foreign Affairs.

      1. Rob_G

        This is classic Vanessa

        – make some bombastic, inaccurate assertion
        – called up on it
        – “ah sure begorrah, Christ t’night, them FG feckers up dere in da Dáil”

        Repeat, ad nauseum

  3. Huh?

    I don’t get Vanessa’s comment, I don’t see any evidence of that being how consul generals are appointed.
    They’re usually civil servants or members of the community?

    1. v AKA Frilly Keane

      I was being facetious

      poor lads there in the active spin units, demented trying to steer their own spin
      that even a bitta tongue-in-cheek triggers them
      I have to wonder now- are all those Fine Gael online activists suffering from PTSD

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