Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Lord Bonkers' Diary: There can be no doubt that he was Terribly Sorry

Lord Bonkers continues his seat-by-seat discussion of Liberal Democrat prospects at the next general election.

Sheffield Hallam

We can, I trust, also be confident that our leader will retain his seat. Some reason that he has upset the student vote because, after waving that wretched pledge of his at everybody last time round, he stung them for a small fortune when he got the first whiff of power.

However, given that the polls closed as early as 10pm, one has to question how many students actually made it into the booth to vote for him last time.

Besides, Clegg has since apologised. Whether he was apologising for making his pledge or for breaking it was hard to tell, but there can be no doubt that he was Terribly Sorry.

Lord Bonkers was Liberal MP for Rutland South-West, 1906-10.

Earlier this week in Lord Bonkers' Diary

  • "Top Secret: Burn Before Reading"
  • The mint cake workers of Kendal
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