IdleRich

IdleRich
This is a crazy story, is this what the government is supposed to be doing?

I know this sounds dramatic, but we hold copies of a "confidential" plan run by the Tory attack agency Topham Guerin to pay influencers to attack @GoodLawProject over the Christmas period. Topham Guerin's client, on this occasion, is Palantir. Influencers are asked what their “fee expectations” are for agreeing to send two tweets, one a video and the other a follow-up written tweet about Good Law Project. Those who accept the offer – which bears the branding of Topham Guerin – are told they must “keep the brand confidential and not tag Palantir”. The briefing document is clear that Good Law Project is the only target. And the content must "go live before the New Year."

I guess this is a natural consequence of a world where saying something is good is more important than actually making it good.
 

Mr. Tea

Let's Talk About Ceps
The latest YouGov poll puts Labour at a 30-point lead over the Tories, but what's really interesting is that the Tories are only five points ahead of Reform (18% vs 13%). I mean Reform are a bunch of pricks, obviously, but it'd still be funny as hell if the Tories actually came third by popular vote in the next GE.
 

version

Well-known member
This unfolding gambling scandal says it all, really. They're on the brink of collapse and they're still working an angle and trying to squeeze some money out of it.
 

Mr. Tea

Let's Talk About Ceps
This unfolding gambling scandal says it all, really. They're on the brink of collapse and they're still working an angle and trying to squeeze some money out of it.
It's great, isn't it?

You can just imagine Sunak, still reeling from his D-Day cock-up, scanning the morning papers, spitting out his Frosties and yelling "YOU HAVE GOT TO BE SHITTING ME!"
 
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