This Week… The British political class and other squeaky Neanderthals


"We like our fun and we never fight, you can't dance and stay uptight" – Toploader

"A paranoid is someone who knows a little of what's going on" – William S. Burroughs

"We would all like to vote for the best man but he is never a candidate" – Kin Hubbard

"There's no reason to be the richest man in the cemetery. You can't do any business from there" – Colonel Sanders

"Death is but a door. Time is but a window" – Ray in Ghostbusters II


Whatever you do, don't mention Brexit FFS! It's all gone horribly wrong. The Brexit Secretary — the one who's in charge of all things Brexit for the UK, appointed to the role by the PM — resigned because he "cannot support the terms proposed by the deal with the EU". Sorry, what?!?!?!?

'Reponsible for the UK's withdrawal from the European Union.'

Talk about throwing your toys out of the pram. We pay this man hundreds of thousands of pounds to do his job, the least he could do is stick with it. What an utter fucking shambles. David Cunting Davis didn't stick with it either, the shithouse.

And he wasn't the only one. Yesterday began with the resignations of:

Ending with…

The only fucker we all want to quit, Michael 'snivelling smarmite-nosed' Gove, decides he doesn't want to quit.

Of course he fucking doesn't.

That face of his makes me sick.

Who would have thought it would get this bad, eh? Not these gammons, that's for sure.

We're going in reverse so fast that we may be speaking like this soon.

Classic cat & mouse.

Fuck me, this is real… and totally shit.

This week also brought us the news that Afrojack "might make a jazz album tomorrow. Probably not. But maybe." What a crazy character!!! Who knows what mad musical stunt he's going to pull next??? He'd better make sure it doesn't clash with Wayne Shorter's Marshmello collaboration.

Have a lovely weekend eveyone. Oh, and London crew – come join us at NT's in London Fields tomorrow night when R$N's very own Ally Tropical will be joined by special guests Onlee [Vague/DJ Mag] and Max Wyatt [Dansu Discs] for the second edition of Plant Life.