In my lifetime, never has a Prime Minister been equally loved and loathed. Love her or hate her, right or wrong, the Iron lady stuck to her convictions.
So, your thoughts, and perhaps time for a new poll.
Apparently it is Morally wrong to pay tradesmen in cash according to Treasury Minister David Gauke.
Seems to me that it is way easier to hit the hard working* man in the street than to go after all their tax dodging mates in the mega corporations.
Same old Tories!
* Work - something...
would that mean wallpaper-heir Osborne would be in charge of the Tory party?
would that mean that Cleggy would be Prime Minister?
would that mean that Ed Miliband would become far more important than he deserves?
God knows, I never thought I would want Cameron to remain in his position...
Dear XRV TLD Riders
We need to start putting a ride together soon as we already have about 20 riders who have registered an interest whatever it is, and as this is Ride 5, want it to be the best yet. After a weekend of discussions in the TLD Board Room, this what we are proposing. We hope you...
Road safety minister Mike Penning has sounded the death knell for the unpopular and widely criticised swerve test for learner bikers wanting to get a full licence.
Announcing the results of the review of the test launched earlier this year he said a the altered driving exam would include "a new...
Did anyone hear Jim Naughtie on Radio 4's Today programme this morning? He made a classic Spoonerism and mispronounced government minister Jeremy Hunt's surname.
You can listen to the few words on Guido Fawkes' website
But Naughtie had to try to carry on despite realising that he had called a...
Do I wish the Prime Minister would stop asking rhetorical questions? Yes I do.
Has he listened to Barack Obama's speech patterns and decided he'd like a bit of his popularity? Yes he has.
Would he kindly disappear up into his worthless, value-free, elitist, regressive arse? No, I'm afraid he...
Nich Brown, general secretary of the Motorcycle Action Group (MAG), says he does not believe transport minister Philip Hammond’s claim he will not fund any more speed cameras and will tackle a 14-year ‘war’ on motorists.
But the BMF said it was “good news indeed”.
MAG’s Brown said...
Motorcyclists at the head of a group of riders will face stiffer penalties for
speeding under a crown court ruling.
Being the lead rider in a group is an aggravating factor making you partly
responsible for speeding offences of those behind you according to the decision.
The ruling can be...