In which the reader is invited to consider the A-Z of charges laid at the door of Prime Minister Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson.
Author: Steve Pottinger
Steve is a poet, author, and a founding member of Wolverhampton arts collective Poets, Prattlers, and Pandemonialists. His work has appeared in magazines and anthologies, and he’s a regular contributor to online poetry platforms. Earlier this year, his poem ‘Fatima’, written in response to *that* government advert, went viral. You can discover more of his work via his website https://stevepottinger.co.uk or follow him on Twitter @BigStevePoet
Steve Pottinger highlights the poor treatment of British Gas drivers who have been forced to work overtime with no extra pay. Andy Burnham has criticised the company and shown support to the workers planning a strike.
Steve and Tim discuss how Tim plans to mark 100 days since leaving Cassandra, and how great it is that there’s no racism in the UK. Catch up on their previous conversations too!
Steve and Tim have been discussing the importance of flying the Union Jack, and the troubling issue of crisis actors at protests. Catch up on their previous conversations too!
“Hello, you’re through to our helpline!” “Thank god!” “How may we be of service today?” “It’s my operating system…” “Yes?” “I think it’s corrupted.” “OK, we can help with that.” “Great.” “This is usually a simple fix, sir…” “Really?” “Let’s just run through a few checks…” “Right…” “And see where that gets us.” “Perfect, thanks.” […]
Steve and Tim discuss the magic money tree that can fund a £37 billion failed test and trace programme, but can’t fund a proper pay rise for nurses.
Steve and Tim discuss the huge possibilities on offer when growing vegetables in your car boot. And tunnels. Catch up with the conversation!
Today, bus drivers at Go North West in Manchester go on strike in protest at the ‘fire and re-hire’ policy that has seen them forced to accept new contracts with worse conditions. How did we get from transport workers being heroes to villains, in ten short months?
Steve and Tim discuss the deep fake behind the recent Mars space mission and the relative cost of the UK’s test and trace programme.
Steve and Tim discuss the difficulty of maintaining cleanliness while living in a car, and how hard it is to still access all the facilities and services, once you’ve exited a long-standing relationship.
Welcome to Schroedinger’s Border. This is the border in the Irish Sea which the UK government negotiated and which the UK government says doesn’t exist, and which is both there and not there as long as it’s kept in a box and nobody looks at it.
Poem, by Steve Pottinger
Steve and Tim discuss the importance of statues, how they are under threat from woke mobs and antifa, and how Spaffa really is doing his best to help.
Steve’s friend Tim suspects his plumber may be part of the Big Plumbing corporate machine, controlling his life.
Steve Pottinger speaks with people on the ground as British importers struggle with the reality of trade outside of the European Union. “Given the lengthy negotiations which preceded this treaty, it’s hard to imagine much goodwill in the EU if and when it comes to helping dig the UK out of a hole it’s chosen to jump into. The implications of that are profoundly worrying for us all.”
Steve’s friend Tim can’t get his ex to accept his offer of fish, and is struggling to get by on the “specialist catering” offered by his mate Spaffa for £30
Steve’s friend Tim believes the protests in Washington DC were organised by Antifa and were not the work of Trump supporters …
Steve’s friend Tim has to reassess his options having left his partner Cassandra to move into his car. “There’s been a certain element of re-evaluation, Steve.”
“Doing more work on your car then, Tim?” “Nope.” “But – ” “Not this time.” “Quite a few modifications there, though.” “Yep.” “So…?” “Nothing to do with me, Steve.” “Really?” “I’ve learned my lesson…” “That’s great news, Tim.” “…and I’ve got an expert in.” “Music to my ears, Tim. Who is it?” “Spaffa.” “Spaffa??!!” “Yep, […]
“Working on your car again, Tim?” “Yep.” “Checking the spark plugs? Topping up the oil?” “Nah, mate. Taking out the airbags.” “The airbags??!!” “That’s right.” “But why on earth…?” “Don’t want anything to do with them, mate.” “Well, none of us want anything to *do* with them, Tim. They’re just there for emergencies.” “They’re a […]