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Month: July 2016

Paul Flynn thinks you’re gullible

Newport West MP Paul Flynn isn’t happy with a recent photo of empty Labour benches during a debate on Wales on July 11th. It’s worthwhile mentioning the July 11th date again just so that people are quite aware of the date, which as you should know by now was July 11th. In the article from the Labour friendly Western Fail, Paul Flynn stated the following. Source: Welsh not...

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Take me to your leader – 2016 edition.

Back when Labour held their leadership election last year I ran a comparison of the four horsepeople of the apocalypse that were standing. As a lot of Labour MPs clearly didn’t like the results of last years contest, and because it’s quite easy to do, here’s the updated version featuring this years entrants. There are no shocks contained within this image. I’ve done enough of these now to have not expected anything different. We know that the only thing Labour are interested in is borrowing money, which is why the only time you’ll see them turn up to vote...

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Did your MP vote against new nukes?

The latest figure on renewing the UK’s nuclear weapons stands at between £167 billion (MoD) and £205 billion (CnD) depending on whose figures you believe. Both eye watering amounts are calculated on the initial cost plus 30 years worth of upkeep. New Prime Minister Theresa May opted to call a vote on renewing the nukes, presumably in order to piss off Scotland a bit more and as an easy way of causing further division amongst Labour. But enough about that, let’s get on with showing who voted to spend billions of pounds on weapons of mass destruction and who...

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Roald Dahl

Wales Millennium Centre and National Theatre Wales In September 2016, more than 120,000 people attended Wales’ largest ever cultural event, staged to celebrate the centenary of Roald Dahl. With over 7,000 people performing, making and volunteering, Roald Dahl’s City of the Unexpected was a totally surprising celebration of the man, his characters and his stories. The Welsh capital – where Roald Dahl was born on 13th September 1906 – became a place where reality was turned on its head, and where the laws of physics, logic and the predictable gave way to magic, fun, invention and the surreal, as if Dahl himself was at the helm. Participants and audience members immersed themselves in everything from large-scale events to intimate performances – all staged across Cardiff’s streets and public spaces, in shops and arcades, at iconic buildings and parks. To mark his centenary and to give thanks for the legacy he created, Roald Dahl’s City of the Unexpected was a world-class event worthy of a world-class...

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Wales Millennium Centre and National Theatre Wales In September 2016, more than 120,000 people attended Wales’ largest ever cultural event, staged to celebrate the centenary of Roald Dahl. With over 7,000 people performing, making and volunteering, Roald Dahl’s City of the Unexpected was a totally surprising celebration of the man, his characters and his stories. The Welsh capital – where Roald Dahl was born on 13th September 1906 – became a place where reality was turned on its head, and where the laws of physics, logic and the predictable gave way to magic, fun, invention and the surreal, as if Dahl himself was at the helm. Participants and audience members immersed themselves in everything from large-scale events to intimate performances – all staged across Cardiff’s streets and public spaces, in shops and arcades, at iconic buildings and parks. To mark his centenary and to give thanks for the legacy he created, Roald Dahl’s City of the Unexpected was a world-class event worthy of a world-class...

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