Death would be too quick, even if he was tortured. Prolonged humiliation would be better, then deathSeems JRM is in trouble as in his conference speech he said that the purpose of the voter ID rule, which he was partially responsible for, was to affect access to voting in their favour - although it backfired on them as Tea hoped. Of course we all knew this all along, but actually admitting it is a big no-no and lots of people are calling for an investigation.
I would absolutely love it if he died. But, failing that, going to jail for this would be a pretty close second.
“The Cabinet Office has today sought leave to bring a judicial review,” the letter said, adding: “We do so with regret and with an assurance that we will continue to cooperate fully with the inquiry before, during and after the jurisdictional issue in question is determined by the courts.”
You'd have thought people would have learned by now that saying "That wasn't funny!" about something that's making people laugh at them has never, ever made people laugh any less hard, and infact usually makes it funnier still.
He's a special case, though, because he's developed the art of deploying an 'amiable buffoon' persona to mask the fact that he's an amoral scheming cunt to a level of zen-like perfection.Are Tories generally too uptight to be self-deprecating, have a laugh at their one foibles? Boris seems like he might be an exception, but the rest seem like starched underwear types.