Category: tories out


Just because I’m a dickhead, I’m going to throw a bucket of cold sick on the objectively good news of Parliament wrenching control of the entire Brexit process away from Theresa May’s hideous government via the Letwin Amendment:

Any indicative votes that are held on Wednesday will be non-binding.

Which means that despite all of this even if one of the options that is proposed that day does secure a majority vote of approval by Parliament, Theresa May’s government can still choose to basically just ignore it and pretend like it never happened.

This is how full the benches are on the discus…

This is how full the benches are on the discussion about Brexit right now.

It’s almost like the Tories just don’t give a shit or something…

Government could ignore indicative Brexit vote…

Government could ignore indicative Brexit votes, says Liam Fox:

As if you needed more proof that the government is self-serving beyond the point of reason and openly holds the institution of Parliament in absolute giggling contempt.

We’re down to the wire on Brexit and here’s a cabinet minister saying “I mean you can vote on other options besides the two shit ones we’re prepared to offer, but we’re just going to ignore you anyway so have at it.”

politicalsci 2019-03-24 13:59:25

21 months after the Grenfell fire:

21 months after the Grenfell fire:

  • 354 buildings still have flammable cladding in England
  • 176 high-rise buildings in London have still not removed the Grenfell-style cladding.
  • Grenfell bosses received more than £90k and housing staff £131k in bonuses, while some households STILL do not have permanent homes.

There’s STILL no #Justice4Grenfell

We need a General Election and to finally vote the Tories out.

politicalsci 2019-03-17 20:10:29


The UN report by Philip Alston on Tory Britain…


The UN report by Philip Alston on Tory Britain:

14 million people – a fifth of the UK population – live in poverty

Child poverty is predicted to rise 7% between 2015 and 2022

Homelessness is up 60% since 2010 and an  exponential growth in
the number of food banks.

A 49% real terms reduction in funding for local governments since 2010

When asked about the kind of future the UK faces, Mr Alston said:
“Britain is heading towards an alienated society where you have pretty
dramatic differences between the upper classes and the lower classes.”

politicalsci 2019-02-18 11:58:51

Tory MPs Are Absolutely Losing It On WhatsApp …

Tory MPs Are Absolutely Losing It On WhatsApp At The Thought Of A June Election:

Oh dear God.

Look I want the Tories out of power but after the 2015 general election, the 2016 EU Referendum, the 2016 Presidential election, the 2017 snap general election, and the 2018 Congressional midterm elections… i’m just burnt out on electoral politics.

Not to mention the constant politics-induced migraine and depression that comes from following the Trump administration and the ongoing cacophony of screaming insanity that is Brexit.

I can’t go through this all over again so soon. I really can’t.

Send help. And lots of strong alcohol.