|True Words Spoken In Jest|
The first page was getting rather huge, so let's start again from the beginning of 2017.
Received in August 2020
Scittish Health Sec. J. Freeman explains political reality
Received in July 2020
Fuelled by the contents of his 180-quid coffee mug (left in picture),
President Trumpa man with the right priorities
Received in June 2020
The Prime Minister channels Tommy Cooper
Received in May 2020
The Prime Minister loses patience with a picky newshound?
Not much to laugh at in April
Received in March 2020
The early bird gets the grabbing done when the going gets tough
Received in February 2020
An unimpeached Trump reaction to the Washington Post?
One teeny cone for him, two tubs for her . . .
Received in December 2019
A break from the TV election grind . . .
Received in November 2019
Some comments on next month's general election
Oh, Jeremy has a MeeToo Moment!
Civilians usually need a word of explanation . . .
Received in October 2019
Getting a jump on the general election campaign?
Parliament reopens with the same tired crew of stooges . . .
Message for Met Commissioner Dick . . .
Zombie Yob: Take me to your leader, I can save your planet!
Received in September 2019
Luxembugger PM does an EU garage sale . . .
Received in August 2019
Darn the Yeller Brick Road to the Palace of Westmonster?
Princess Kate gives her daughter a protocol lesson
Received in July 2019
Received in June 2019
State visit bragging rights
Received in May 2019
Labour also plays the Euro-elections bollocks card . . .
The price of Big League politics
Reality bites Ann Widdecombe
Received in April 2019
Now we know
Received in March 2019
The wife of the Prince of Wales meets one of his Joneses
The perils of DIY after an druncken lunch
Received in February 2019
“Done the kissing thing with lots of Frogs; never a prince . . .”
Received in January 2019
Another busy day in prospect for President Trump
“And these are today's snacks between meals.”
Received in December 2018
“There isn’t enough soap in the known universe to wash out HIS foul mouth!”
The new Brexit £50 note bears a strong message
Received in November 2018
Priming the audience before his Budget speech
Received in October 2018
Ryder Cup golf and pillar boxes have SO much in common. Not.
Received in September 2018
A deputy's advice to the leader who looks like he's just swallowed a wasp
Prince William in Japan armed with his grandpa's joke book?
Received in July 2018
Harmony in Helsinki
The Prime Minister explains her approach to Brexit
Received in June 2018
A challenging time for the G6½
No threat left unspoken?
Received in May 2018
The Clegg/Morgan/Miliband Bremoaner Show
Received in April 2018
Received in March 2018
Received in February 2018
Out-of-work politician visits Presidential Portrait Gallery in D.C.
"Is it Gary bloody Lineker?"
Boris Johnson, the Foreign Sec., depicts the post-Brexit Golden Age
President May explains her foreign policy in China
John Elton in questionable company
Received in January 2018
The president of the European Commission gets more ideas above his station.
Moi Aussi en France
"Get your tits out! (oh, they are out)"
Received in November 2017
It's cruel to mock the afflicted; but lots of fun if they deserve it!
President Trump takes a lesson in gesture politics
BBC presenters come out in favour of redaction and censorship
It's not just the blokes you have to watch out for!
Received in October 2017
The Razor May strikes back!
Prince Harry gets tough with a popcorn grabber
Received in September 2017
Boris does some ushering at the Tory party conference . . .
Received in August 2017
How to spoil the Merkel holiday mood!
Received in July 2017
Boris with a menu problem!
Nervous time for the Balls Monster at Glastonbury
Received in June 2017
The new French president is never backward in coming forward
Received in May 2017
Don't you just HATE cold calls?
Liberals pick real wimp as their leader!
President Trump's daughter meets the international set's working women,
Received in March 2017
“How's the head now, Mr. Farage?”
Received in February 2017
“What to you think of the robot, Prime Minister?”
Received in January 2017
“Hail to the Trump . . .”
It's a fair question!