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Trump's new Supreme Court pick will be announced at 9 P.M. Eastern. My bet from the short list is Brett Kavanaugh, but I can see Hardiman being the pick.

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3 hours ago, Death Impends said:

Yeah, it's Kavanaugh.

Not an absolutely horrible pick other than his position on Presidential indictments.

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Joke doing the rounds

 

What do Theresa May and Gareth Southgate have in common?

 

They’re both going to need a new cabinet by next Weekend

 

 

 

I’m here all week folks. ;) 

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3 hours ago, philheybrookbay said:

Joke doing the rounds

 

What do Theresa May and Gareth Southgate have in common?

 

They’re both going to need a new cabinet by next Weekend

 

 

 

I’m here all week folks. ;) 

 

I preferred the other version "The UK might have a trophy and no cabinet by Sunday evening". 

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Our new DExU Secretary of State Dominic Raab is making a statement on the UK Government's White Paper on Brexit.

 

He's getting his arse handed to him by the Speaker, because the White Paper has not been made available to MPs prior to his statement.

 

Welcome to your position you tool.

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Orange git has landed and insulted May, suggesting Boris as replacement. 

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2 hours ago, Deathray said:

Orange git has landed and insulted May, suggesting Boris as replacement. 

 

It’s alright for him to do that though, as he’s “liked a lot” over here. Delusional pile of cunt.

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4 hours ago, Deathray said:

Orange git has landed and insulted May, suggesting Boris as replacement. 

Only we are allowed to do that.

Trump should mind his own fucking business.

Mind you, Boris as a replacement.....:lol:

 

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Did y'all see where he said Ireland is a part of the U.K.? 

As if we needed another nail in the coffin for U.S. diplomatic relations.

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8 hours ago, Zsa Zsa's leg said:

Did y'all see where he said Ireland is a part of the U.K.? 

As if we needed another nail in the coffin for U.S. diplomatic relations.

 

George Dubya thought Wales was in the U.S. :o

https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/bush-asks-what-state-is-wales-1608549

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2 hours ago, Cat O'Falk said:

 

He's got the intelligence of a parsnip. There's only three other countries that exist according to him: Mexico, I-Raq and the Moon.

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You people are harsh.  I think what Dub-ya meant was what part of UK Ireland is Wales in.

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7 minutes ago, Sir Creep said:

You people are harsh.  I think what Dub-ya meant was what part of UK Ireland is Wales in.

 

I remember her back in the day talking on TV about this. When she replied it isn't in the U.S., it's in the U.K., he said oh, it's in England.

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Much as I don't think he's funny........

 

Lol.

 

 

 

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Government defeated on remaining in the EU medicines regulatory framework by 4 votes.

 

And that wasn't even the defeat they were expecting.

 

Division on the possible defeat on the Customs Union on now on BBC Parliament. Tory rebels allegedly being threatened with a General Election if this goes through.

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8 minutes ago, YoungWillz said:

Government defeated on remaining in the EU medicines regulatory framework by 4 votes.

 

And that wasn't even the defeat they were expecting.

 

Division on the possible defeat on the Customs Union on now on BBC Parliament. Tory rebels allegedly being threatened with a General Election if this goes through.

Government win by 6 votes.

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Can't be a GE on this.

 

Really can't be.

 

If Brexit doesn't happen, or even isn't 'hard', there will be utter mayhem.

 

* hmmmm, that might change my opinion......crash and fucking burn baybeee.

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I like the fact that the Lib Dems, who are the ones most determined to ‘fight to keep us in the EU’, had two of their prominent MPs absent from the vote.

 

Vince Cable, the leader, was at some kind of unspecified meeting which the party whip allowed, without checking when this vote was, and his predecessor Tim Farron was at a fucking £5 lecture somewhere on why gay sex is a sin for Christians.

 

Toilets.

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The UK needs out of the EU and hopefully then the EU will start losing members. The EU needs to learn they can't flood countries with migrants and then bully them into submission if they protest. Btw #Freetommy.

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Fuck Tommy.

 

Prick of an Irishman.

 

As a Scot I don't want to be part of an Evil Empire, so that means fuck the EU as much as the UK.

 

 

 

The Faroes are part of Denmark yet still were allowed to say 'fuck off' to the EU.

 

 

 

 

Just want to see both entities 'burn'.

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Labour's antisemitism diatribe, primarily Corbyn's handling of, is becoming increasingly horrendous. 

 

At last, yesterday, Deputy Tom Watson spoke out against the party's far-left and their inherent issue with antisemitism, and called for them to adopt the IHRA definition of antisemitism and end the investigations into Margaret Hodge and some other geezer who's name escapes me, and failing to do something along these lines would "disappear the Labour Party into a vortex of eternal shame and embarrassment".

 

He's absolutely right. Jeremy Corbyn's utter insouciance on the issue is disgraceful, and alone renders him pretty well unelectable. Why does he let his party resist adopting the guidelines others have done? Why does he, at the best of times, ignore the issue, or, at the worst of times, exacerbate it by potentially exhibiting it himself, or launch investigations into those members of his party with their concerns? 

 

And now, today, Watson's facing demands to fucking resign. It's disgusting. It's madness.

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Now you see the Westminster dichotomy.

 

It's either a bunch of hapless racists - see Windrush (Tories) or a bunch of hapless racists - see antisemitism (Labour).

 

And yet both pander to middle England.

 

 

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Not familiar with UK politics at all, is this true?

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