Those UK sanctions against Russia in full.
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Excellent satire, 5*
However, I have thought of some essential imports from Russia:
- Steak Tartare
- um ... hang on a minute ...
- ah yes, natural gas - oh, we need that ?
<I don't want to be serious, but the newly-discovered gas fields near Crimea may be relevant ? - oh, you don't want to be serious. Fair enough>
Please don't overlook the bronze we took from those cnunts in the curling…like that didn't hurt!!??
If I wanted to be serious, I wouldn't have put it on here. Anyway, whatever you think we should or shouldn't be doing, it's fair game to satirise the government's 'tough line' on Russia, which seems to involve William Hague wagging his finger at Putin and Putin asking, 'Who is that little bald man with the Rotherham accent? Ha ha ha!'
He seems to have very little time or respect for balding Brits.
His conversation with Andrew Marr was more one-sided than his interrogator on a rowing machine.
There was some commentry on the Today programme this morning. They were sniggering at phrases like "The EU has to speak with one voice" which was interpretted as "We don't intend to do anything as long as Russian billions keep flowing into the City of London."
Chelsea must be a bit jittery though.
This is minimalist and delightful.
Could the Ed please consider a left alert with a nice, pristine column of white space beneath Andy's headline?
I'm with Squudge, lots of stars.
This is minimalist and delightful.Agreed - have some starz
I didn't actually notice that this had taken off until I looked at the top 10 and found it at number 2. And I was awarded writer of the month in a grossly unfair miscarriage of justice. Must be my week.
i bet Fernando Torres is pleased. Ukraine invasion means he gets 170k/week for another year because Chelsea wont be able to sign another striker in the event of sanctions.
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