Liz Promises Lionesses a Downing Street Party

Boris is currently under fire for choosing to take a holiday over hosting a No. 10 reception for the victorious English Lionesses. While Downing Street says discussions are continuing around trying to find a time to host the team, it looks rather odd that plenty of other England sporting victories have been celebrated far more than Sunday night’s. The former FA head has called the lack of a No. 10 reception “disappointing for the players. What they have achieved is incredible.” To be fair to Boris, Sadiq Khan is also under fire that there’s been no traditional bus parade… 

Tory MP Tracy Crouch has called on both Rishi and Liz to commit to hosting a reception in September if elected leader, a commitment Team Liz has been happy to make. In an apparent dig at the current No. 10’s failure to find time:

“The Lionesses have been an inspiration to our nation. Liz will host a reception in No10 if she is Prime Minister in September and her government would ensure the Lionesses are recognised for their historic victory in a suitable way.”

Promising to host a party in Downing Street will do little to cool allegations that she’s the Boris continuity candidate…

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Coffey Denies Showing Sports Bra During Euros Celebration

Thanks for the clarification…

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Cost of Boris’s Flags Revealed

Guido’s Freedom of Information request has finally been answered: Boris spent £71 on flags and bunting to decorate Downing Street for his photoshoot leading up to the Euros final last month. Money well spent, keep the bunting for the World Cup just around the corner…

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Paragliding Greenpeace Loony Hospitalises Two Football Fans

Two football fans were hospitalised after a Greenpeace loony bungled a paragliding stunt at the Germany-France Euros game, to protest tournament sponsor Volkswagen. Greenpeace have apologised for the incident and the 38-year-old climate activist was arrested. Gaia hopes the lefty activist faces an appropriate penalty for his reckless actions… 

The activist had intended to drop a slogan-covered ball onto the pitch, however his yellow parachute clipped ‘spider cam’ TV cables causing him to crash. The climate nutter had the phrase “kick out oil” printed on his fluorescent yellow parachute, however Gaia suspects that the only thing Greenpeace will be kicking are themselves following this failed hugely dangerous stunt…

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Tory MP’s Awkward Euros Sweepstake

Alongside many constituents, Tory MPs have launched a sweepstake for the 2020 Euros – a potentially risky draw for some to enter given their anger at England over taking-the-knee.

Earlier this month, four Tory MPs in particular spoke out against the team’s virtue-signalling: Brendan Clarke-Smith, Tom Hunt, Jonathan Gullis and Lee Anderson. While Lee Anderson explicitly called for a boycott, Clarke-Smith didn’t hold back, saying Gareth Southgate’s comments were “an insult to fans’ intelligence” and said fans were sick and tired of being “lectured on morality”. Guess which team Brendan drew in the MP sweepstake…

  • Felicity Buchan – Switzerland🇨🇭
  • Aaron Bell – Belgium🇧🇪
  • Jane Hunt – Russia🇷🇺
  • Ben Spencer – France🇫🇷
  • Kat Fletcher – Ukraine🇺🇦
  • Jonathan Gullis – Netherlands🇳🇱
  • Paul Howell – Turkey🇹🇷
  • Matt Vickers – Croatia🇭🇷
  • Siobhan Baillie – Italy🇮🇹
  • Virginia Crosbie – Denmark🇩🇰
  • Stuart Anderson – Wales🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿
  • Brendan Clarke-Smith – England🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿
  • Imran Ahmad Khan – Spain🇪🇸
  • Andrew Griffith – Sweden🇸🇪
  • Mark Eastwood – Scotland🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿
  • Andy Carter – Portugal🇵🇹
  • Suzanne Webb – Hungary🇭🇺
  • James Daly – Germany🇩🇪
  • Robert Largan – Poland🇵🇱
  • Gareth Bacon – Slovakia🇸🇰
  • Luke Evans – Czech Republic🇨🇿
  • Gagan Mohindra – North Macedonia🇲🇰
  • Dehenna Davison – Austria🇦🇹
  • Craig Williams – Finland🇫🇮

Bad luck Brendan – and Matt Vickers of course…

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