Summer, summer, summertime
Time to sit back and unwind
Here it is the thread slightly transformed
Just a bit of a break from the norm
Just a little somethin’ to break the monotony
Of all that hardcore politics that has gotten to be
A little bit out of control it’s cool to vote
But what about the riots that soothe that moves governments
Give me a soft subtle brick
And if ain’t broke then maybe try to kick it
And think of the summers of the past
Adjust the bass and let the parliament blast
Pop to my MP and let me run a rhyme
And put your PM on notice and fight back 'cause this is Starmertime
Consider yourself lucky. I was toying with…
Calling out around the shires
Are you ready for a brand new beast
Starmer’s gone and the time is right
For dancing with Wes Streeting
You made a good call there Wza.
Aye. Needs work. But I’m sure it can be readied in time to be an opener for Labour Thread Pt III.
Just waiting for Sir Graham now. Can’t decide if he’s being ruddy bloody respectful and not announcing the letters until after the platty joobs, or if they legit haven’t hit 54 yet.
The flagshaggers booing Johnson has given me a bit of hope
Is that what he looks like?!?
(I mean he’s a tory mp - of course it is! I dunno why I’m surprised. Was just expecting something more like dick van dyke as the old bank manager in Mary poppins)
The email said it was a Bring Your Own Boos event
And I think we can all agree that the respectful silence with which Sir Keir was greeted is in fact an emphatic endorsement of the current path of the Labour party, as the masses quietly recognised that this is a party that’s ready to govern with absolutely no fuss, noise, or policies
“I see the Queen’s bank manager has arrived.”
Oohhhhhh it was 20 decibel points of (booing) ahead (lower) he meant
I missed the video of Boris arriving. Notable enough that the BBC cut off from an interview to point it out:
This gets a rare chuckle from me towards a politician’s tweet.
I’ve had the footage rolling in the background for the last two days and only two things have made it worthwhile, Seamus, a gorgeous Irish wolfhound taking part in the event and the boos for Boris.