LONDON — Former Chancellor George Osborne's family business took a £855,000 hit from the collapse in value of the pound against the dollar and euro after last year's Brexit vote. Osborne & Little, which sells wallpaper and furnishings,...Show More Summary
LONDON — George Osborne has been criticised by several MPs after reportedly telling colleagues that he would not rest until Prime Minister Theresa May was "chopped up in bags in my freezer." The former chancellor's remarks were revealed...Show More Summary
Hell hath no fury for a Tory scorned. At least George Osborne is acting as if that is the case, given his reported remarks. Yes, saying you won't rest until bits of Theresa May are quivering in multiple bags shut away in the freezer is such a hoot that my sides have hardly stopped aching since lunch time. Show More Summary
Michael Gove, a fanatical Brexit member of the British government, and his Tory pal George Osborne have been snapped on their Wagner holiday at Bayreuth, blithely inhabiting Wagner’s imaginary world. See here for pic. The pair are regular Wagner-goers back home, both at Covent Garden and at Longborough. They are publicly divided over Brexit and […]
“I coulda had class. I coulda been a contender. I coulda been somebody.” Are those famous Marlon Brando lines from ‘On The Waterfront’ swirling round George Osborne’s head? Bitterness towards Theresa May and the world in general, is the most obvious explanation for the ex-Chancellor’s behaviour. There must be a certain degree of enjoyment for more...
George Osborne loves Peter Mandelson. David Cameron and Nick Clegg's coalition was rife with cross-party passion. Steve Bannon's good for a hate fuck. Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are good for a hate fuck. Emmanuel Macron and Justin Trudeau are...
The past week has seen some pretty important changes in the political map: 1. Former Chancellor George Osborne has described Theresa May as a “dead woman walking”, after her humiliating performance against the pathetic Jermey Corbyn, which involved blowing a 20 point lead in just a few weeks, and losing her majority in Parliament. (Thank […]
George Osborne has called Theresa May "a dead woman walking" and suggested the prime minister would be forced to resign imminently. The former chancellor said he did not expect to back the prime minister for much longer. "I think we will know very shortly. Show More Summary