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The Mayor Dec 16
'Kin ell. The same really shite flimsy gammon-fisted "joke" by every Brexiter. Please tell me my Christmas Crackers are imported from the EU.
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The Mayor Dec 16
If it later transpired that the public were lied to about the Tour de France win and that by selecting him they will have to forfeit their rights, jobs and financial security then sure thing. Big fan of G but even I have limits. Now this Brexit bollocks you've been selling us ...
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The Mayor Dec 16
Dear accounts department. Good news. I will still keep on paying my license fee now that has won - absolutely the right result.
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The Mayor Dec 16
The kind of blingy opulence which clearly states. "I could have paid tax, but I thought Fuck it, sparkly jacket"
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Team Sky Dec 16
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The Mayor Dec 16
Replying to @DrLisBoulton
Because he's worth it!
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The Mayor Dec 16
Hamilton has less personality than he pays in UK taxes, plus driving a car is not really a sport. Harry Kane has won nothing of significance (a few penalties). Thomas the clear deserved winner and Yarnold second.
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The Mayor Dec 16
Santa lives in Lapland. Lapland spans across Finland & Sweden. Both countries are in the EU. After the 29th of March 2019, EU citizens will no longer benefit from free movement of labour. Kids - ask your red-faced, slightly racist uncle why he is so determined to ban Santa.
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The Mayor Dec 16
So May has one of three what weeks imaginable. Fails to sell a duff deal to anyone and Labour drop in the polls. Play the long game as much as you like but if you cant score an open goal you are useless.
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The Mayor Dec 13
Replying to @nytimes
London is awash with petty crimes. I recently held a door open for a stranger and they had the sheer audacity to walk through it without thanking me, or stopping to talk about the weather. "We're not in New York you know" my disapointed stare at the scoundrel clearly implied!
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The Mayor Dec 13
Multiple choice: Dominic and Jacob were on the losing side of an election. Should they ... A) get over it! B) stop talking down our prospects C) ignore the will of their people D) demand a second vote without any conscious acknowledgement of the irony.
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The Mayor Dec 12
For the record I think the 48th letter would have been from someone very close to May. She can't appease the ERG with crumbs from Brussels but she can castrate them before bringing back the crumbs. No Leadership challenge to hold over her head at the future flashpoints.
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The Mayor Dec 12
So May wins by a bigger margin than Brexit. Take it all the Brexiters will stop talking the Government down and respect the will of their people?
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The Secret Barrister Dec 12
You lost. Get over it.
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The Mayor Dec 11
Sad times for British Cycling.
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The Mayor Dec 11
Or in other words the collective negotiating strength of the EU is formidable. Ireland benefits from it, we think we don't need it anymore because of something to do with BMW's, Proseco & a bus of lies.
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The Mayor Dec 11
- losing an ECJ ruling, - a definitely happening vote - a major U-Turn and no vote - grovelling trip to Holland - stuck in a car in Germany - meet the EU - a no confidence motion from her own side. And Theresa May is only 38 hours into her week!
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The Mayor Dec 11
Wow. 2018 Nobel Prize for Slopiest Shoulders is most certainly in the bag with this. Bookies paying out.
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The Mayor Dec 10
Smart tactic by Peoples Vote folk. If Corbyn does this it will fail & his own party conference vote would compel him to back a 2nd Ref. I expect he will resist the vote-of-confidence call. Not a serious attempt to dislodge May but attempt to get Labour into 2nd Ref camp quicker.
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The Mayor Dec 9
And some people thought his "long game" may have been about keeping us in the EU. Nope. It is about using Brexit to bring it down and create his own Unicorn/Rainbow Socialist Utopia.
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