I remember one of the first cars I was put into, I suddenly looked up and there were all these ink marks on the ceiling. And I said to the stern-faced police officers who were driving, “What’s this?”. And they sort of shuffled a bit uncomfortably and they said, “Well, sir, that’s the previous Prime Minister”. I said, “What? Gordon Brown?!”. Apparently he used to gesticulate. So my early days in government were basically under the kind of Banksy stuff of Gordon Brown.

Gordon Brown’s graffiti was basically my introduction to government.

—  Nick Clegg, Season 1 Episode 3 on Unspun with Matt Forde

i just found out there’s some ‘political satire’ programme on the dave channel and look at this list of guests 

you could throw a handkerchief over them ideologically and  these centrists have the nerve to say the left is an echo chamber

of course as the chomsk says ‘the smart way to keep people passive and obedient is to strictly limit the spectrum of acceptable opinion, but allow very lively debate within that spectrum’ 


15 minutes of our Griffin boys celebrating ❤️🚨🏆


Pretend baby: [cries]
Matt: You touchin’ it’s upset it.
Jon: What’s it want?
Jane: Jon strikes me as a serious, thoughtful chap and he’ll want to think about all of the things that the baby will need and he’ll want to anticipates that he’ll get those needs.
Matt: You sure it’s a burp?
Jon: [burps] You burp - encourage the baby!
Matt: [burps]
Jane: Matt’s just your bouncy, excited guy and I think if they were parents, real parents, I think they would complement each other beautifully.