Brexit TV

Parliament’s off on its jollies,

The Speaker removed from his chair.

Oh how I will miss these comedians

But their break’s far too short, so beware.

 

So what will I do with no Brexit TV?

No Commoners standing to bleat.

Will BBC Parliament go off the air,

Or fill my spare time with repeats?

 

I wish I could say that I’m better informed

By listening in to the House.

Debaters appear as confused as myself,

And often do little but grouse

 

Parliament’s off on its jollies,

And as in the Christmases passed,

Pantomime Season’s upon us

And all the MP’s? They’re the cast.

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Don Matthews

Sat 22nd Dec 2018 21:59

I echo Brian's comments here Stephen. The rhythm and rhyming is excellent. And the content is very appropriate ?

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Sat 22nd Dec 2018 19:30

Great rhythm and rhyming...deserves more interest.

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M.C. Newberry

Fri 21st Dec 2018 17:50

"A Deceit of Politicians" - my own collective reference for these
clowns. I judge the importance of a job by the time we can live
properly without it working for us (let alone against us, as is so
clearly the case in the Brexit saga). See the hours that medical
staff and other emergency services work on our behalf and
compare them with those found in the Houses of Parliament and
other "governing" authorities. I rest my case, m'lud!

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