Sunday 14 February 2016

Osborne and Very Little

Private Eye and Twitter are not without their faults.

But the papers, and thus also the broadcast news networks, do at last appear to be catching up with them on what ought to be the story of the year, at least so far.

George Osborne is a major shareholder in a family company that cannot be bothered to pay any corporation tax, and which therefore simply does not do so.

Read that over, until it quite sinks in.


  1. Jeremy Corbyn's only intervention on the EU referendum is to oppose Cameron's pathetically weak pledge to scrap some benefits for immigrants (which he hasn't even managed to do).

    Golly, isn't the Far Left in touch with the public mood?

    What the British people really want is to give even more benefits to immigrants.

    Corbyn and the Left are so out of touch its laughable.

    1. Massive swings from UKIP (a busted flush) and the Tories at this week's local by-elections, with Labour candidates clocking up 60 and 70 per cent of the vote from one end of England to the other.

      And now, this.