"If a normally proportioned man waved his wang this hard, he'd take off." /2
"the sheer malice that the anti-EU crowd bear towards each other ...
They block each other on Facebook, snipe at each other in the press, /3
"The 'ordinary people versus the elites' shtick that the likes of Darren Grimes are still breathlessly spurting in a bid to whip working-class white men into a murderous frenzy" /4
"There’s no Will Smith or Martin Lawrence in this line-up, /10
"They are, however, truly execrable human beings." /11
40. Another wizard idea from the PR geniuses: a Brexit concert. Suggestions for a name include BRock Around The Clock and BPops. Read the full amusing story here.
Let the River Run currently has a shade over 5,000 views on YouTube, most of which resulted from a tweet mocking how few views it had on YouTube.
Banks originally told the Electoral Commission he only met Russian officials once.
It has since emerged that he met embassy officials as many as 11 times before and shortly after the referendum. /33
192. “Wiggy and I like winging it.” No plan? No shit. /44
217. All bar one of the acts booked to appear in their mega-BPop concert pull out, leaving them with a bill of Phats and Small. /47
219. “We have comprehensively overspent on the campaign anyway.” /48
253. More complaints about the Tories busting spending limits at the 2015 general election: “We’re supposed to be Great Britain, not a banana republic!” /54
257. David Cameron’s “world war three” Mansion House speech. Nothing much of note, but I’ll never pass up an opportunity to link to this debunking of a Brexiter staple. /56
267. Another “humorous” reference to killing Dominic Cummings. /59
271. An entire new tranche of acts pulls out of BPop Live after finding out that it is promoting Brexit. /61
Funny; that’s not what your emails on the day said. /64
Singapore’s spectacular economic growth is almost entirely attributable to the open migration policy it embraced until 2011. /72
What to do next with the infrastructure and power base they have built? Banks fancies setting up “a rightwing Momentum”. /74
349. Farage is suddenly “battle-hardened”, having been a portrayed as a thin-skinned, whingeing snowflake all the way through. /79
“I am convinced that the Queen secretly loves him [Farage], and would welcome him as a knight of the realm.”
(Honestly almost done now) /80