Tag: britain

UK Told To Stick Vaccinations Up Their Holes

UK delegates to Ireland are today trying to decipher where the Five Lamps are, after being told that there is where the alleged 3.7m surplus vaccination doses offered to Ireland should be delivered, along with another instruction that they declined to share with the press. “Yes it’s frightfully odd, but we were giving the Irish… Read more »

Johnson Wouldn’t Have Signed Up To Northern Ireland Protocol If He Knew He’d Have To Honour It

LABELING the EU’s decision to take legal action over the UK government’s continued flagrant disregard for the Northern Ireland Protocol as ‘silly business’, PM Boris Johnson insisted he honestly wouldn’t have signed up to the ‘blasted thing’ if he was actually expected to honour it. “Mea culpa, I feel ruddy well stupid, I had no… Read more »

Loyalists Renege On Good Friday Agreement Except The Bit Where They Get Out Of Jail

A NUMBER of Loyalist paramilitary groups have written a really rather crossly-worded letter to the prime minister of Britain expressing their dismay at the ongoing Northern Ireland Protocol issues, while also withdrawing their support for the Good Friday Agreement, more or less, there’s a few bits in there they ‘want to hang on to’. “Mr…. Read more »

“Starving Children, Escalating Crime, Destroying Economy,” Johnson Reveals UK Roadmap Out Of Lockdown

AS NATIONS such as Ireland look on enviously at the progress the UK makes with its vaccine programme, PM Boris Johnson has revealed details of the country’s road map out of lockdown. Johnson, famous for his trustworthy nature and ability to lead without any hiccups, mishaps or law breaking has said that lockdown restrictions in… Read more »

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