Britain’s most senior conjugal experts are trying to judge whether a Mr Boris Johnson – sometimes of Uxbridge and South Ruislip – acted dishonestly, and possibly unlawfully, when he told his queen of hearts, Mrs Marina Johnson, [read...]
“This is an outrageous fillibuster, completely at odds with the UK’s proud traditions of swift and efficient legal procedure and constitutional clarity – cough, cough, excuse me I seem to be choking on something…” [read...]
As he emerged from his humble shed in his Cotswold back garden, a blushing David Cameron was carried on the shoulders of grateful voters towards the bookshops where eager readers were already eagerly reading and nodding in agreement with every word. [read...]
The Home Office has revealed plans to introduce an EU style ‘fishing quota’ to deter migrants attempting to cross the English Channel, claiming that this is necessary to stop the flood of migrants trying to land by boat and other assorted sailing vessel on UK shores. [read...]
A leaked document from the Brexit party today confirmed that two of the largest tugboats ever designed are under construction in a disused Pottery in Stoke.
Funded jointly by Aaron Banks and Jacob Rees-Mogg, [read...]