Category: uk lolitics

Tim Farron pictured with his son Jude, 11, at …

Tim Farron pictured with his son Jude, 11, at a Liberal Democrats march/rally on 12th September 2015.

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I’d just like to take a moment to remember one of the greatest moments in the history of British pop music.

*history of British politics

Cameron reportedly LOVES reading insulting comments about himself online and Marr’s became one of his favourites. At dinner parties, he apparently selects the best ones and has his friends read them out to his kids to make them laugh. He used to take his kids to wave at protesters from windows too and have them “mark” the effigies out of 10. But Marr’s apparently became a family favourite.

David Cameron with two of his children, Nancy,…

David Cameron with two of his children, Nancy, 13, and Elwen, 11, and two other runners, after running The Great Brook Run together in Chadlington, Oxfordshire, on 28th December 2017. Photograph taken from Twitter.

Nick Clegg and Miriam Gonzalez Durantez at a t…

Nick Clegg and Miriam Gonzalez Durantez at a technology conference in Boecillo, Spain, on 28th December 2017.

David Cameron with his seven-year-old daughter…

David Cameron with his seven-year-old daughter Florence at a Yoshi Sushi restaurant on 26th November 2017. Taken from Instagram.

Ed Miliband with his seven-year-old son Sam at…

Ed Miliband with his seven-year-old son Sam at NYC Bar and Grill near Doncaster on 25th November 2017.

Nobody but nobody can convince me…

theelectiondiaries:

….that George Osborne has not danced around the Evening Standard offices, eyeing his vengeful copy for the next day and singing “Look What You Made Me Do” absolutely word-perfect, and if you do not think this, you do not appreciate the sheer glorious bitterness of our ex-Chancellor.

Update: I am now also convinced that “Call It What You Want” is David Cameron’s post-Brexit song and I assure you all, my darlings, you will never not convince me of this truth.

“The Cameron children (12-year old Nancy, 10-year-old Elwen, and 5-year-old Florence) ran around the…”

“The Cameron children (12-year old Nancy, 10-year-old Elwen, and 5-year-old Florence) ran around the dining room with their cousins (on their last night in Downing Street.) It would be a great upheaval for them too. “Florence keeps talking about going back to the old house” one guest said. “David has to explain she’s never actually lived at the old house. Then she went back to the old house, saw how small her bedroom was, and said “Daddy, I want you to stay on being prime minister!””

David Cameron’s five-year-old daughter Florence had some serious concerns about the size of her bedroom on hearing they were leaving Downing Street.

OH MY GOD 🙂

(Also, fun fact, they actually ended up having to renovate the house so Florence got a bigger bedroom. Cameron kids know how to get what they want :))

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“He (David Miliband) says he tended to emphasise “the bigger view over the narrowly partisan view”…”

“He (David Miliband) says he tended to emphasise “the bigger view over the narrowly partisan view” and “the policy over the personality.” Subtext: no one will ever sing a football song about me, but I’d have made a darn sight better PM than Ed or Jeremy. The leadership contest all but destroyed his formerly close relationship with his brother..At one point, their mother, Marion Kozak, admitted to being “in despair” at relations between the two. Will the relationship ever truly heal? “Well, we’re both different people now, aren’t we” he says, skirting around the question. How far have they got, I wonder. Has anyone made a joke about it yet? He laughs deeply, shaking his head. “I think that would be bold.”..In his book, Miliband describes the effects (of the leadership campaign) as “so negative, both short and long-term, both personally and politically.””

David Miliband presents his next taught semester in his highly specialised field of “How I Hate My Brother”.

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Nobody but nobody can convince me…

….that George Osborne has not danced around the Evening Standard offices, eyeing his vengeful copy for the next day and singing “Look What You Made Me Do” absolutely word-perfect, and if you do not think this, you do not appreciate the sheer glorious bitterness of our ex-Chancellor.