On the radio, yesterday, I heard about a theatre troupe that will be taking their pantos around the local towns and performing in the streets á la Miracle Plays.
Lilley gave her enough rope then pulled tight and strung her up! It was great viewing! I don't think Emily was chuffed!It takes a bit of bottle when in the witness box to respond to defence counsel in such a matter, but on the few occasions I've tried it, they fold like a wet paper bag.
And her alter ego, the one she doesn’t like (apparently), Lady Nugget, is the ugly, wicked stepmother, as well.Emily Thornberry for the ugly sisters.
Both of them.
Worwy Stewart. He's volunteered to be the front of the horse and he says he doesn't need a costume. Borington_lad is the back end.And her alter ego, the one she doesn’t like (apparently), Lady Nugget, is the ugly, wicked stepmother, as well.
More panto cast suggestions, please.
We’re looking to cast the Wicked Witch, the Fairy, the Prince - who, in the final scene will be strung up by the gonads by the ‘WokeVolk’ for sexual harassment ...
I don't think BoJo is backing down. More like he's giving the rebels a chance to give in gracefully by making minor concessions.The Telegraph are up and down like a pair of whores drawers. Half their articles are pro Boris, the others, like this, twist the story to suggest that Boris is backing down in some way. Watching him in the house yesterday, I very much doubt that he will be in the mood to give any quarter.
A British government effort to distract from domestic criticism over the handling of the coronavirus crisis may have contributed to London’s decision to backtrack on the Brexit deal, the EU’s top Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier told ambassadors.
Mrs L is firmly on Boris side over this and thinks the EU are being a bunch of Tuesdays.The EU seem determined to assist BoJo - they've just made the very point that BoJo was. The text in the withdrawal agreement can indeed by exploited by the EU in the manner that he stated.
Prime Minister holds 'constructive' talks with senior MPs and tells them he will act on their concernswww.telegraph.co.uk
Looks like if BoJo gives a little ground, the Tory rebellion will fizzle out. The rebels will feel they've made their point, BoJo gets his bill through largely intact and the EU froths with impotent rage.
In any event, BoJo (although he won't put it as bluntly as that) can hold the ROI hostage, simply by making it difficult to cross the UK land bridge in both directions. All he needs to do is let the EU make the first move, impose reciprocal restrictions, say the EU started it and watch the ROI's economy go down the $hitter.
Or alternatively "as well as dealing with the complex issues surrounding the global pandemic the UK still found time to dry bum the EU"Desperation - Desperation - Desperation
I'm pretty certain that you were told to ram your red lines up your ARRSE back in January.