I haven’t had chance to properly read the stories yet, but on Monday (16th Sept) there was due to be a meeting to discuss Brexit or something between British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, and his counterpart from the diminutive European country called Luxembourg.
It would seem that the Luxembourg PM decided to be an arse, and try to set up Boris by hosting a press conference outside in front of hostile protesters who seem to provide credible evidence that the people of Luxembourg have started mating with vegetables. Read more ›
The other day, former British Prime Minister David Cameron crawled out of the woodwork to apparently launch a new book, slagging off the popular replacement for his replacement Boris Johnson as well as his former friend Michael Gove. Read more ›
Translation plug-in now added to ConservativeChitChat’s #blog, so now if you want you can read it in a choice of 58 different #languages, including Latin + Welsh + Scots Gaelic.
Though the plugin uses Google Translate, so exactly how good the translations are…
In other website news, the latest update by the creators of the theme used for this wordpress blog seem to have made a mess of things with the latest update to it.
The Speaker of the UK Parliment John Bercow MP (aka “Mr Squeaker”) has apparently launched an all-out attack on new British Prime Minister Boris Johnson, and apparently is toying with the idea of “procedural creativity” to continue screwing-up Brexit for the majority who democratically voted for it.
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A few moments ago I created a LinkedIn Group for ConservativeChitChat to extend the options for people of a Conservative persuasion to connect.
It’s 12th May as I start typing this attempt at a blog post, about 45 days after Britain was supposed to exit the EU either via a Real Brexit WTO “no deal” method or a Lesser Brexit with a deal that’s not really a proper full Brexit from the EU.
Party members do not appear too amused, with 82% of members wanting rid of PM Theresa May and a new party leader put in place according to a poll by the people over at ConservativeHome.
The electorate also seem even less amused than that, with the party losing over 1300 Councillors in the local elections at the start of the month, and things looking not much better in the polling for the upcoming European Elections costing £150million that we shouldn’t be needing to have. Read more ›
Some time around 2016/2017, much was being made about how the USA was cutting emissions big style by increasing use of Natural Gas.
Fast forward to today’s UK Budget statement thingy……….
The feedback in the comments were largely not of a positive supportive nature, and more along the lines of it being a batshit crazy stupid idea…. Read more ›