Or Trainspotting . . . or Outlander . . .
I thought Brown saved the world. . . .One still laments the Brexit vote that led to Cameron's demise, wasn't great but was a better PM than all the above put together - Inc. Brown trousers.
I did not understand why Cameron resigned. Perhaps he simply could not, in good conscience, deliver a Brexit. However, I do not need to tell you his mistake was to let the vote be a simple majority. It is a shame, but it is his own fault he could not work out an exit that approached what he tried to offer in the first place.
Perhaps he anticipated an existence similar to the Gray Lady. Though I suspect she was what you get when you try to avoid getting a Boris or someone firmly in another camp and pick a bowl of Jello™ to lead your party and country. He could have done better.
But he did not, so now he has to live with the ignominy.
Back to St. Mel of Gibson and killing Jews English Scum: Haddock thinks if she wins the majority in the . . . heh . . . heh . . . bwa!ha!ha! Scottish Parliament – which she already leads – this is The Signal that Mel will Fuck that Hot Bond Girl over the Prisoner's Dead Scotland will be free!
Boris the Spider will just say "no." Not on his watch. His majority is safe for four more years, so no reason to cave. The Toad leading the SNP can only burp about "democracy!" and "will of the peoples," and Boris just has to remind him that they agreed to the conditions of the vote, they lost, and go fuck your mothers. So while Sir Stampin' is at least coherent when he engages Boris – a major advance compared with the Mad Uncle – The Toad is just a one-line comedian. When Boris becomes bored with reminding him that his party agreed to conditions and lost so fuck you, he just has to describe how well the Scottish government is handling things.
And the SNP may yet implode over its former leader winning in court . . .
. . . and giving evidences – Ta – that Haddock lied to her parliament.