The PalArse of Westminster


Exposing the hypocrisy, greed and incompetence of our "respected" elected political "elite".

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

The DUP Deal That Dare Not Speak Theresa's Name

The £1bn DUP deal is done and signed not by Theresa May, but by the Government chief whip Gavin Williamson.

For why?

May knows that her time as PM is not finite. When she goes, the deal can continue without being renegotiated.

To pre-plan one's own demise is sensible, wrt funerals and wills. However, in politics such pre planning becomes a self fulfilling prophecy!

Viscountess Monckton of Brenchley Nails It!

Monday, 26 June 2017

DUP Deal Sign Off Today

Sunday, 25 June 2017

Corbyn Addresses The "Oppressed" Masses

 Let them eat humus!

Wednesday, 21 June 2017

Old McDonnell Done For Incitement To Riot?

Tuesday, 20 June 2017

Germans Troll May

The Ifo Institute for Economic Research is a Munich-based research institution. Ifo is an acronym from Information and Forschung (research). As one of Germany's largest economic think-tanks, it analyses economic policy and is widely known for its monthly Ifo Business Climate Index for Germany.

Friday, 16 June 2017

Corbyn Walks A Well Trodden Road

Corbyn and his Trot associates/enablers are more than prepared to the use the bones of the dead to provide the bedrock on their road to power.

This technique is far from unique, and has been used by many other dictators in the past.

Thursday, 15 June 2017

Queen's Speech Slated For 21st June

Enigmatic Farron

Tim Farron’s parting shot, as per the Independent:
We are kidding ourselves if we think we live in a liberal and tolerant society.
Now then, does he mean that his party couldn't tolerate him being a Christian, or that society couldn't tolerate him having non pc views?

Wednesday, 14 June 2017

May's Mexican Wave

A farewell wave perchance?

Tuesday, 13 June 2017

May Says Sorry!

Theresa May has apologised to the 1922 Committee (ie her backbenchers) and (on Friday morning last week) her campaign team for the ongoing clusterfuck.

She says she can fix it.

Now all she needs to do is apologise to the country!

Monday, 12 June 2017

Death By WhatsApp - Oh The Irony!

Conservative MPs are reportedly plotting the end of Theresa May via the very communication method she has campaigned against for so long - encrypted WhatsApp messages.

There's irony for you!

Back To 1922 For May

Theresa May faces a less than impressed 1922 Committee tonight; the members of which will politely put across their view that the election was not terribly well run or thought through, and that May's performance was somewhat lacking.

Well then....let's see what happens.

Sunday, 11 June 2017

Juncker's Fault!

What a Clusterfuck!

- Direct rule from Stormont

- Laughing stock of Europe

- Brexit negotiations start next week

- Corbyn has been legitimised

Anything else to add to the list of horrors that May has unleashed?

Friday, 9 June 2017

British Democracy In Action!

Mayday Mayday! - Hung Parliament


"Congratulations" to Theresa May for shooting:

- herself
- her party
- the country in the foot

Whatever you political persuasion, batten down the hatches; the next few years are going to be turbulent, unpredictable and unpleasant!

Wednesday, 7 June 2017

Diane Abbott Is "Unwell" - Again!

Tuesday, 6 June 2017

Diane Abbott's Miraculous "Recovery"

Diane Abbott Is "Unwell"

Tories Do Irony

Monday, 5 June 2017

Defeat From The Jaws of Victory?

Friday, 2 June 2017

Andrew Neil Nails It

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

Those Whom The Gods Wish To Destroy, They First Poll

My advice to both Labour and Tory candidates alike is to ignore the polls, they have proven to be worse than worthless over the past few years.

To place your faith in them, especially given their volatility, will drive you insane.

Tuesday, 30 May 2017

Woman's Hour Gives Corbyn a Helping Hand

Monday, 29 May 2017

Lenin Reborn

Thursday, 25 May 2017


Friday, 19 May 2017

Labour Recycles Old Tory Poster

Laura Kuenssberg Nails It

Thursday, 18 May 2017

Another Day Another Manifesto Launch

Meanwhile, in a universe far far far away....

Wednesday, 17 May 2017

McCluskey Backtracks - Predicts Labour Landslide

Labour's Offworld Manifesto

Labour's uncosted manifesto has received a thorough financial kicking from people/organisations with some knowledge/understanding of how the real world works.

Paul Johnson, director of IFS, said:
They are looking at raising an awful lot from companies and high earners. The chance of getting £50bn are pretty small. It seems to us is that if they were able to raise that amount that would take tax burden in the UK to its highest level in 70 years."
John O'Connell, chief executive of the TaxPayers' Alliance, said:
"This entire manifesto is based on the clearly absurd belief that businesses can be repeatedly hammered with massive tax increases and crippled with regulation without any wider impact on the economy, jobs and investment.

If even a handful of these disastrous ideas were implemented it would mean misery for the many and employment for the few.”
Ironically the coup de grace was delivered by that tired old union dinosaur, McCluskey of Unite, who doesn't think Labour has a cat's chance in hell of winning and said that holding on to 200 seats - a loss of 29 seats and its worst result since 1935 - would constitute “a successful campaign”.

Fair enough, Corbyn and co want to drag Britain backwards; why not back to the 1930's?

Tuesday, 16 May 2017

Labour's Faceless Drones

We are all faceless drones under Labour!

Labour's Uncosted Manifesto Launch

Despite it being leaked last week, the Labour manifesto will be officially launched today.

The oft repeated phrase "fully costed" has been used in the build up to the launch by party bigwigs. Except it isn't, McDonnell has admitted that the figures for nationalising water haven't been worked out yet!

Friday, 12 May 2017

Labour Candidates Disown Unicorn Manifesto

Labour candidates are promising Labour voters they will remove Corbyn after the election in a desperate bid to win support on the doorstep, and are disowning the manifesto (even though it has yet to be officially published).

One Labour candidate described the manifesto as “childish”, as per the Telegraph:
Those of us who are realistic about this know we can't stand on the manifesto that has been produced by the party so we won't mention it on leaflets and on the doorstep.”

One senior Labour candidate said:
"This is nothing more than an expensive wishlist. Some of it may be harmless but the rest of it reads like a 10 year old's letter to Santa Claus."
Another, fighting to hold onto a marginal seat, said:
"You could promise unicorns for everyone, none of this is going to happen.

It's a ludicrous document, it won't serve Labour MPs well on the doorstep and the public have largely stopped listening and taking us seriously anyway.
How can voters trust people who stand for a party for which they neither support the manifesto nor leader?

Thursday, 11 May 2017

Corbyn Pulls Out Of Poster Campaign Launch

Chaos abounds within Labour, following the leak of its 1970's manifesto.

Labour To Drag Us Back To The Seventies

Labour's leaked manifesto appears to have fallen through a window in time from the 1970's, as it proposes taking us back to the "good old days" of a.o.:

- Nationalisation
- Beer and sarnies for union oligarchs at Number 10
- Wage caps

Wednesday, 10 May 2017

CPS Statement

CPS Ruling

Hummus and Falafel For Victory Party


As per Guido Fawkes, Jeremy Corbyn’s son is planning a “hummus and falafel” victory party at Number 10 Downing Street if his father becomes Prime Minister.

How very "middle class Londonesque" of them!

I am rather concerned about the lack of quinoa though.

Tuesday, 9 May 2017

Corbyn (aka Monsieur Zen) To Remain Leader Even If Labour Defeated

Jeremy Corbyn (aka the self styled Monsieur Zen) has stated that even if Labour is defeated he will remain as Labour leader.

Well then, let's see how that works out in reality!

Monday, 8 May 2017

Labour Loves Marx

John McDonnell, Labour's shadow Chancellor, has come out in support of the theories of Karl Marx as espoused in Das Kapital.

Voters have a clear choice vote for economic policies that are relevant to the 21st century information age, or vote for policies designed for an era that has long since passed and that have inflicted economic misery on millions in the countries in which they were imposed.

Friday, 5 May 2017

Google Votes Conservative

Labour In Denial Over Local Election Results

Having been trounced at the local elections, Labour are of course blaming the media but are also claiming that it doesn't matter.

Meanwhile UKIP, having seemingly been wiped out, need to wake up to the fact that now we have Brexit their raison d'Γͺtre has ceased to be.

Thursday, 4 May 2017

Corbyn To Respond To Prince Philip's Retirement

Wednesday, 3 May 2017

Dossier Shenanigans

Shenanigans indeed!

Thursday, 27 April 2017

Mugwumps United

Boris Johnson called Jeremy Corbyn a "mutton-headed mugwump", which is rather ironic given thta one year ago Nicholas Soames called Johnson a mugwump as well!

The dictionary definition is:
"A person who remains aloof or independent, especially from party politics." But as it rhymes with "chump", it can be used to mean "idiot""

Blair Sticks The Knife Into Labour

Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Is Nicola Sturgeon a Laughing Stock?

Nicola Sturgeon appears to be becoming 'laughing stock' over her claim that the general election is not linked to independence.

That at least is the view of Ruth Davidson (Leader of the Scottish Tories).

A laughing stock?

Surely not!

Elections of Yesteryear

Tuesday, 25 April 2017

Nuttall Bottles It

Monday, 24 April 2017

Commies Back Labour

Blair - The Sequel

Just when you thought it was safe, up pops Tony Blair advising people not to vote Labour but instead to vote Liberal Democrat or Tory where the candidate is not committed to a "hard Brexit".

For good measure Blair has also said he is considering returning to politics.

My advice is simple, stay where you are obviously doing the most good namely acting as a Middle East peace envoy.

Oh, wait....

Thursday, 20 April 2017

The BBC is Evil and Corbyn Is Donald Trump

Jeremy Corbyn's brother, Piers, has come out swinging in the first day of the general election campaign.

He has called the BBC "evil", and described Jeremy as being like Donald Trump.

Usually, towards the end of a gruelling campaign, people and parties start to go mad. Labour has decided to start insane in the hope that they will be normal by the end of the campaign.

Good luck with that then!

Wednesday, 19 April 2017

Labour Does Irony

Clegg Positions Himself To Takeover From Fallon After Forthcoming Election Drubbing

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Tuesday, 11 April 2017

Oops! - Treasury Forgets To Mention Inflation

Monday, 10 April 2017

Wednesday, 5 April 2017

A Small Gesture Speaks Volumes

Kudos to Theresa May for this gesture.

Tuesday, 4 April 2017

When Is An Election Promise Not A Promise?

Question: When is an election promise not a promise?

Answer: When it is out of date!

Monday, 3 April 2017

Advice To Michael Howard Re Singeing The King of Spain's Beard

You are not Prime Minister, nor leader of the Tory Party; best not to pre emptively singe the King of Spain's beard or play with matches near his majesty!

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Ken Livingstone's Hitler Fetish

Livingston faces a Labour disciplinary committee this morning.

Tuesday, 28 March 2017

The Sturgeon May Photo Opp - Spot The Difference

The same meeting, the same people; can you spot the difference?

Yes, that's right, Sturgeon is orange in the first one.

How is it the Daily Mail missed that???