Morons, who don't like being in control of their 2 ton vehicles, have reacted with anger over government proposals to cut the drink-drive limit to just one pint.
After the success of a scheme in Scotland, to reduce the drink-drive limit to the equivalent of just one pint of beer, the government is considering a similar approach here. Most normal people have looked at the catastrophic drunk-driver accident statistics and given this policy the nod, as it will undoubtedly reduce serious injuries and road […]
Teachers reacted with hurt and dismay yesterday, when, for no particular reason, The Minister for Schools, announced that they were all crap and don't know anything about education or how to teach.
Minister for Schools, Nick Gibb, yesterday announced that he thought that teachers were rubbish and they didn’t really know a great deal about education. Mr Gibb, formerly an accountant, who joined the Government in the treasury in 1998, somehow feels qualified to speak vociferously about the British education system. Thousands of Lessons Mr Gibb claims […]
Amid strikes from the Junior Doctor, an over stretched NHS and complications with the NHS 111 helpline non-medically trained Health Secretary, Jeremy Hunt, offers his hints, and tips of how to deal with medical emergencies and procedures.
Hello there readers! It’s Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt here; looking to give you medical advice and top tips on how to stay healthy. Now it doesn’t take an idiot to realise that there are currently problems with our overstretched health service. In fact, I’ve made sure my department has fed the right wing press as many […]
The Druid's Loom Comment
Today The Druid’s Loom asks a question of profound significance to the destiny of this Wiltshire town, and the fate of its children and grandchildren and great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren etc. Who will speak for Swindon? This comes following the news that next year that parking charges are going to be introduced at some […]
Downing Street reacted with amusement today, when asked why the Prime Minister is considering a really expensive independent school for his son as opposed to a state school.
It emerged yesterday that David Cameron, is considering a range of really posh and expensive schools to send his son. This is despite suggesting in 2009, before he was elected that he would really like his children to go through the state education system. Common Practice When asked about this sudden change in opinion a Downing […]