I see El Presidente has been offered a peerage. In other words, he is to become a Lord – an unelected representative of the people.
Quite what qualification this controversial personality has for making political decisions on the national life of this country, I’m really not sure. Cricketing prowess, some 30-40 years ago, perhaps?
But, let us be fair and put to bed any scurrilous suggestion that homes in Spain and Alderney might be in any way connected with tax avoidance. Absolutely not.
Similarly, we should ignore any comments that his support for Brexit might in any way disadvantage the ordinary working people of this region or their football club.
And likewise with remarks that Johnson might be merely returning a favour for Beefy putting his substantial weight behind a campaign which was all about the survival of the Tory party and its lying leader.
No, how dare they! This is Britain in 2020. It is not some 3rd world country riven by disease and poverty, led by and dependent upon a corrupt and dishonest government. Let us rejoice. And pray.
Don’t worry someone will be along soon to tell you it was all for his work for charidee!
Best not put up a statue then!
Well that’s not fair, if they don’t keep putting statues up we won’t having anything to knock down.😜