July 3rd, 2013

Brian Sets CMS Committee Date

One for the diary.


8 Comments

  1. 1
    Lady Ding Dong says:

    Custard pies at the ready.

  2. 2

    Not just Leveson, of course, but quite noticeable how that now Guido is part of the Establishment, he chooses to protect the identities of the Downing Street fuckbunnies.

    Andrew Marr must be feeling decidedly miffed and wishing he could have been part of the Cameron Camelot.

  3. 3
    Junk sells. says:

    chilcot is a no news is w good news bear.
    levson is all publicity is good.
    alpha.
    gamma.
    .
    .beta is the son.

    • 4
      Junk sells. says:

      money is the mi key.
      it is as straight as it gets .
      it is dutchdeutche.
      .
      .
      zoodzed

      • 6
        40 words. says:

        all the world wrd40 is in the mouth.
        the universe is in the head.

        • 7
          40 words. says:

          money is straight.
          as soon as it is a note, it can bend.
          .
          .
          .
          notes can bend.
          prevailing wind.

          .
          .
          collect change.
          lots of it.

  4. 5
    jolly hols says:

    24th July?
    With parliament beginning their summer recess 18th July I’m sure the questioning will be a sham enquiry!


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What’s he been doing FFS, mining bitcoins?


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