UK POLITICAL PARTIES [BREXIT TIME]  DISCOUNTING SMALL PARTIES OF NO REAL CONSEQUENCE.

Brexit itself get a perfectly acceptable and reasonable acronym which goes, with poetic licence,

B = Britain / R = Resents /  E = European or Euro PEON whichever /  x = an unknown amount in mathematics, likewise an infinite amount of  .............. / I = Intransigence / T = Throughout / ........the whole bloody period.

 

In those dreadful days in March, April and yet to come in May of 2019,  the word POLITICS was foremost in many minds, many totalling scores of millions of UK voters, added to which there was a sizable international audience which I won't bother with for they were mere eavesdroppers on London!

Everybody had their own views on what politics were all about, particularly in this  period.

It's healthy to have those views, whether like me you are for all intents and purposes apolitical, or political leaning to the left or right of centre, or centre  itself. For 61 years from the then age of enfranchisement [21] I voted Tory but now I am passionate about achieving a Brexit at any cost, ergo, I will now put my cross alongside a prospective Brexit Party MEP or MP!

In the period mentioned above, viz Spring of 2019,  I read printed matter, watched main stream TV and also televised Parliament just to get a feeling, a kind of apolitical feeling of what turned out to be a sheer mad House, when I only wanted a beginners guide .  It was off-putting and indeed, it did put me off.

Still I was able to assess the various parties on their performance in the House, and I decided to pen a little aide-memoire, a kind of quick reference should I not keep up my watching schedule: I have cancer and spend much time in oncology departments.

This is it in a nutshell, or more exactly in a table.

WHAT POLITICS MEANS TO SOME PARTIES, USING ITS LETTERS AS ACRONYMS

To the Tories

 

Policies

Of

Lasting

Intellect

Transparent

In

Conservative

Strategies

To the Labour Party

 

People

Of

Lamentable

Intelligence

Trading

Invidious

Contrite

Stubbornness

Brexit Party

 

Principled

Organisation

Logically

Intending

To

Impose

Changed

Status quo

SNP

 

Pernicious

Oafs

Languishing

In

Theory

Intensely

Confrontational

Scots

CHANGE UK

 

Probationers

Offering

Ludicrous

Ideas

Touting

Incongruous

Concepts

Sarcastically

 

 

Was there a bogey in the parliamentary morass in any or all of the parties above ?  You bet,  and he wasn't an English person,  but a grossly annoying Jock called Ian Blackford a former Scottish Banker [leader  of the SNP at Westminster], who, had there been a fair minded and unbiased House Speaker, would have long been out of the House on his arse for gross disrespect to the Prime Minister and her office, on several occasions. 

Just doodling

Bye bye