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A hungry fox is desperate. He must stop his craving but how? This ambitious fox found an opening in the hollow of a tree and jumped in and having helped himself to all that his position allowed he found he was in a fix. He could not go forward nor could he back out. Aesop had an answer to the dilemma of the fox. But Bo Jo is yet to find one.

Benny

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(The spin doctor responsible for the famous “Labour isn’t working” poster during Margaret Thatcher’s general election campaign has died aged 77. ‘For Whom the Bell Tolls’ Sorry Metallica, -benny)

 

For whom the bell tolls:
Tim had his line.
For whom the bell tolls
Tim had his word.
‘Labor isn’t working’ got Thatcher her plum role
The lie well told did the trick:
let Marge lead ‘er barge up the Brexit; what now?
Benny

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Perfidious Albion

 

No deal, oh not much time! Either way Brexit

Whether we settle in the end  a back stop

Or hard,- where the border takes us, I wonder-

A border is a border for disaster

I shall dump Irish question straightway-

EU can have Dublin solve this one

So my promise I keep to do or die:

Brexit is over with! -’tis a consummation

Devoutly to be wished! To speak one thing,

And do another is Prime Ministerial

So easy with no conscience prick

I do but dying is for another.

Benny

 

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This royal throne of kings, this sceptred isle,

Has done worse lateley, methinks by fools-

Westminster breeds dem, Brexiteers all!

This fortress built by Nature for herself

Brick by brick undone, -‘mendment they call it,

These jackals in for kill, and by law too!

Shall leave no stone, Boris in gold’locks

Alderman, grab what you can from shambles;

It cost you lies and loss of manhood, so stuff-

Before Nigel runs in with  wrecking crew

His grinning fleer, I loath say spells zero.

This blessed plot, this earth, this realm, this England,
This nurse, this teeming womb of royal kings,
Fear’d by their breed, and famous by their birth…

Benny

 

 

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