THE prime minister has been placed in parliamentary checkmate by his opponents. What can he do to break out?
WHAT exactly has happened in Parliament this week? And would it be easier to understand if told via the medium of Street Fighter II?
Dear Boris, or should I say, The Bedwetter.
JEREMY Corbyn has explained to Conservatives that he is not the film character ‘Marty McFly’ and suffers no instinctive reaction to being called ‘chicken’.
AN upcoming general election will let the UK vote for parties they despise less than they despise other parties for the fourth time this decade.
BORIS Johnson is to restore his majority by challenging the Commons to British Bulldog then stopping the game when everyone has crossed the floor.
JACOB Rees-Mogg has admitted that he only lay down on a Commons front bench because the opium had seriously hit.
IN THE most important 24 hours for British parliamentary democracy since last time, MPs will today attempt to prevent a no-deal Brexit. Here’s how it will work.
THE prime minister has made a statement to the nation that he has a lovely new puppy that he enjoys petting.
MICHAEL Gove has confirmed the government will ignore any law passed against a no-deal Brexit and existing laws prohibiting cocaine.
PROROGATION, the word on every Briton’s lips this week, definitely means the dissolution of Parliament before a Queen’s speech.
ANY political party promising free, clean toilets in city centres would win 88 per cent of the vote, research has found.