I think it was stuff like this,which is basically 2 fingers up to the electorate or at least to those that voted to leave the EU,that Trump was alluding to when he said “I’m going to drain the swamp” piss take doesn’t even remotely cover this.
Parasites invading Houses of Parliament
A bed bug expert says an infestation of the insects in people's homes has been traced back to the Houses of Parliament.
Managers at Westminster say urgent action has been taken to tackle the parasites, which live in upholstery as well as bedding.
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PERVMINSTER EXPOSED More than 24,000 attempts to access porn websites were made in the Houses of Parliament since the general election
Figures show 24,473 attempts were registered after the General Election in June till October — about 160 a day
By Lynn Davidson
8th January 2018, 1:23 am Updated: 8th January 2018, 4:06 am
MORE than 24,000 attempts were made to access porn websites in Parliament in just four months last year, official stats reveal.
Figures show 24,473 attempts were registered after the General Election in June till October — about 160 a day.
24,000 attempts were made to access porn websites in Parliament
There was a sharp increase in September, with 9,467 requests from the Houses of Lords and Commons.
However, the number of attempts overall has been steadily declining since 2015.
It comes after Theresa May sacked her No2 Damian Green over “misleading” statements he made about porn found on his office computer in 2008.
Parliamentary authorities claimed yesterday that most attempts were accidental.
The only possible explanation is that they get so pissed and drugged up in their boozy lunch breaks that they trip over the carpet upon entering their office and accidentally fall on the keyboard and just happen to make contact with a porn site?
Staunch Remainer Ken Clarke’s speech on Brexit in the Commons appeared to send his Tory colleague off to sleep today.
Brexit supporter Sir Desmond Swayne, the MP for New Forest West, was sat behind veteran Tory veteran Mr Clarke during his 10 minute speech on the EU Withdrawal Bill in Parliament on Tuesday afternoon.
The MP, who served as David Cameron’s parliamentary private secretary, looked visibly bored as he rested his head on his arm during the first part of Mr Clarke’s speech on the amendment to the bill.
Appearing to poke fun at Mr Clarke, Mr Swayne, 61, looked sleepy as he leaned back into his seat and closed his eyes during the session of oral questions in Parliament.
Desmond Swayne appeared to be very relaxed during Mr Clarke's speech. (ParliamentTV)
Midway through Mr Clarke’s speech – after a few minutes of shut-eye – Mr Clarke jolted back upright and opened his eyes, before browsing on his mobile phone.
Backbencher Mr Swayne has been a keen supporter of Brexit and the EU Withdrawal Bill. (ParliamentTV)
Leave backer Mr Swayne voted for the Government’s EU Withdrawal Bill in September last year, while Mr Clarke did not vote.
Writing on his blog in November last year, Mr Swayne accused some MPs of “hijacking” the bill, claiming some politicians “want to use it as a vehicle to wrest control of the negotiations with the EU from the Government and to have Parliament dictate the terms of any agreement itself”.
The Standard has contacted Mr Swayne for comment, for his reply click the link..... 14961_1460135437.mp3