Bitesized Blighty: May 13, 2016

London Staff  Follow

Both Cameron and the Queen have been caught out by the press this week saying things that they would probably rather were kept from public ears. On Tuesday, PM David Cameron failed to notice the news camera’s whilst telling the Queen about his upcoming anticorruption conference, exclaiming proudly, “We've got some leaders of some fantastically corrupt countries coming to Britain... Nigeria and Afghanistan, possibly the two most corrupt countries in the world.” Read More

As mentioned, the Queen was also caught off guard discussing some of her personal opinions of the Chinese government during their visit earlier this year. When talking to a senior police officer about her dealings with the Chinese during the state visit, the Queen remarked that she thought their behaviour was “very rude” and even rather “extraordinary." Read More

In other news, the police deemed it necessary to blur out the faces of some sheep that had been stolen this week in order to ‘protect their identities.' Completely flummoxed by these goings on, Brits took to the internet to ridicule this decision, coming up with some classics such as, "I wondered why the picture looked a bit woolly."  The lambs' identity was "protected due to their age and vulnerability," West Midlands Police have since said... ok. Read More  

Popular Blog Posts

By Views  -  By Popularity

Blog Archive