02 Jul '17 15:20>1 edit
Originally posted by divegeesterrant ? I would say it's you who has had ' a couple of friendly juices'
Well it's the weekend (and you've ) isn't it. Let's see what Parliament looks like on Monday, after your rant today.
Anyway, why wait until Monday? Below are a few of the headlines from the BBC News web site today --
'The Conservatives must "change hard" to win over young voters who backed Labour in June's general election, Theresa May's most senior minister has warned.'
'Thousands of people gathered in central London to demonstrate against the UK government's economic policies.'
'Theresa May has made David Davis's job more difficult by setting "red lines" for him in Brexit talks, his ex-chief of staff has told the BBC.'
'The Prime Minister has urged the leader of the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) and Sinn Féin's northern leader to reach a deal to restore power-sharing.'
'The government should listen to review bodies' recommendations for public sector pay, Michael Gove has said.'
It looks like Mrs May,and the tory government, have a few problems.