Chancellor George Osborne yesterday confirmed his “man of the people” status by excitedly announcing that Star Wars Episode VII is set to be made in the UK. “The UK really is the perfect setting for the next film in this saga”, Mr Osborne may or may not have gone on to say, “It tells the story of a brave Imperial government making difficult decisions in the face of an insidious rebel threat”. Continue reading →
Darth Vader, chairman of the Galactic Empire’s “Better Together” campaign, today warned Ewoks that removing the controversial Death Star from their homeworld of Endor would result in the loss of thousands of jobs.
“The Rebel threat has not gone away”, warned Lord Vader in his regular Daily Mail column, “In terms of uncertainty and potential risk it has, if anything, increased. What’s more, moving the Death Star to another location would come at the cost of thousands of jobs, which would be devastating to the local economy”. Continue reading →
Judging by some of the other posts on this site, you might be forgiven for seeing me as some kind of seditious bounder, a treasonous jock with a disturbing Thomas Paine fetish. To tell the truth, you wouldn’t be entirely wrong.
However, in the interest of balance, allow me to take the side of our blue-blooded superiors for the duration of this post. Let me set aside my personal beliefs and offer some honest, heartfelt advice on how best to preserve that fine institution – the British Monarchy. Spoiler warning – it involves this guy… Continue reading →
Friends, relatives and former servants of the Dark Lord Sauron today blasted organisers of a string of parties planned to coincide with the former statesman’s funeral. Social networks have been abuzz with men, elves, dwarves and hobbits planning impromptu celebrations, with many planned to coincide with Sauron’s official funeral, held today in Barad-Dur.
David Edwards, pictured in 1987
“Today is not a day to revel in the death of another being”, sighed David Edwards, former Communications Director under Sauron’s leadership, “Whatever your political views, we can all agree that we should set our differences aside and think of the family that have lost a relative”.
A series of images now, which rather nicely sum up the No campaign’s approach to open debate.
What happens when this video goes viral, answering ten of the most enduring myths peddled by the unionists?
Well, what about when National Collective publish a piece about the financial history of Ian Taylor, the single largest Better Together donor? Remember that all of the claims made in the article have been public knowledge for years, cropping up in investigations by the Guardian and Reuters.