We’ve officially slipped through the dimension loop, folks, where black is white, dogs are cats, and tabloid papers print anti-government propaganda.
Take the Express, usually the first to nestle gently against the thighs of government whilst having its ears tickled. Their headline is about cuts to public services, principally the police:
In the olden days (yesterday) they’d be crowing the Tory doctrine that cuts were streamlining services and adding quality without the cost, but now they’re printing an interview with the top bod of the Manchester Police saying the Conservative policy of stripping the shite out of the public purse was making it impossible to operate effectively.
And – heavens to Betsy – even The Mule have got in on the action, having a pop at May and her lackeys for having the new passports printed abroad because it’ll save 120 million in the long run, which is facking hilarious when you think about it. So much for Brexit bringing industry back in country:
Okay, at heart these are still the right-wing bullshit machines, with The Express doffing their caps to the power of the police and the Mule getting jingoistic about the UK passport, so not much has changed, but it still amuses me to see these Tory bumlicks getting all Socialist Worker (in a very abstract way) on the governments arse.