We’ve failed humanity.

syria 29 August 2013 0 Comments

Tonight the UK Parliament voted in favour of dictators gassing their people. I’ve never ever felt ashamed to be British before, but this is a terrible decision. When soman, tabun and cyclosarin starts being dropped on innocents and protesters, the regimes will use tonight’s vote to give them comfort that one of the few nations […]

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Why so much talk and so little trouser on riots?

London,politics 8 August 2011 0 Comments

Everybody seems to be wondering why the UK response to rioting has been so slow.  There are also plenty of people asking why Boris doesn’t do something. The answer is pretty simple; the civil disturbance is now so serious that the only reasonable response to it is an invocation of the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 […]

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We The Citizens: That email they sent you, translated.

Fake Letters 6 July 2011 0 Comments

Dear Ben, I hope this finds you well. Ten glorious, assembly free days have passed since the National Citizens’ Assembly gathered and I am writing to give you a short, but not nearly short enough, update on the tedious minutiae of developments since then. If you’re like our members, Monday is a pretty dull night.  […]

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Defiant Brown prepares to eerily haunt House of Commons

Labour Leadership,politics 3 September 2010 0 Comments

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown has indicated that he intends to return to Parliament as a golem to haunt the Labour Party, it has been revealed. The MP for Kircaldy and Cowdenbeath has let it be known through close friends that he aims to sit ashen-faced and scowling through the debate on constitutional reform when […]

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Andy Burnham reveals inspiration for Labour leadership bid

Labour Leadership,politics 25 August 2010 0 Comments

Mr. Burnham, member of Parliament for the safe Labour seat of Leigh, in working class Wigan, finds himself inspired by the plot and music from 80′s film ‘The Karate Kid’.

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Hours to rescue Britain from the Brown stuff

Election 2010 5 May 2010 0 Comments

Britain is broken, but it can be fixed.  Society began to decline when the state managed to convince the people that the state could solve their problems by intervention into their lives. Today, we’re told what to do by a Government which doesn’t know what to do with itself.  A cabal of social workers and […]

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Calm the fuck down

Uncategorized 17 April 2010 5 Comments

Okay, so the opinion polls, on the weekend after the LibDems scored well in the first live televised debate, show a serious swing towards the LibDems.  And, okay, the polls seem to show a Hung Parliament with Labour having the largest number of seats on UNS. But seriously, there are two more debates and almost […]

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Gordon prepares not to bottle something

Election 2010 5 April 2010 1 Comment

The BBC is reporting as a certainty that our Prime Minister, Gordon Brown, is going to ask the Queen to dissolve Parliament and call an election.  Finally. After thirteen years of decay and vandalism of our constitution and the principles of our nation, the bottler in chief, who legendarily lost close to £7bn of our […]

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Polls for breakfast, polls for dinner

Uncategorized 13 March 2010 0 Comments

Opinion polls are the methodone fix for unreconstructed politics addicts between elections.  Our resident pusher is Mike Smithson, the genial and analytically astute host of http://politicalbetting.com, a site which pulls together the rumour-mill, the important political; stories of the day and opinion polls, for the important task of facilitating the lucrative political betting market. It’s […]

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Geraldine Dreadful MP wants her own website

Uncategorized 23 February 2010 2 Comments

Geraldine Dreadful MP, Labour member of Parliament for the midlands constituency of Sickle and Hammer East is demanding her own Constituency Website. Is this a development you’d welcome as we enter the General Election? Let me know at ben@nabidana.com

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