Tag: Nicky Morgan

Jeer and flout the Devil, for he cannot bear scorn

Roger Ackroyd, Going Postal

    Deep below the Palace of Westminster, that seat of British democracy designed by Charles Barry and  Augustus Pugin – the latter soon afterwards to be housed in Bedlam where he was to die – there winds a ragged line  of persons intent on making for a chamber that is unknown to most of the inhabitants and workers within the walls  of this vast Castle Gormenghast. Only the leader, Kenneth Clarke, knows the true nature of the task ahead and he  has gathered around him five others who share his apocalyptic vision of Britain’s future which must be made to  come to pass. As they move along corridors and wind down forgotten and dark staircases, Clarke has some growing  unease about his fellow participants.
    “I could do with a gin and tonic”. A voice from the rear of the file echoes down the line.
    “I don’t think it was a good idea bringing along Anna, you know”. Clarke had hesitated in his downward  step on the staircase that led ever deeper. He turned to Nicky Morgan who almost bumped into him. “Keep an eye on  the old soak. I don’t want this being ballsed up.”
    Morgan who was beginning to wish she hadn’t been persuaded to join the group offered a solution: “I could  take her back and we could try and find someone else?”   
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The Ten Plagues of Brexit: Nicky Morgan, Death of Firstborn

The Ten Plagues of Brexit: Death of Firstborn (with Nicky Morgan)
Nicky Morgan MP warns of death of first born

A vote to leave the European Union could have a devastating impact on the life chances of young people, Education Secretary Nicky Morgan has said.

Entering the debate over EU membership, she urged parents and grandparents to think how their vote would affect opportunities for the next generation.

“It’s clear, that if Britain leaves Europe it will be young people who suffer the most, left in limbo while we struggle to find and then negotiate an alternative model. In doing so we risk that lost generation becoming a reality,” she said.

“And everyone who casts their vote must understand that. If parents and grandparents vote to leave, they’ll be voting to gamble with their children and grandchildren’s future.

The so called BBC.

I must stop giving them ideas EU Directive 11:1-12:36

Question Time with Going Postal, 17th March 2016

On the panel: Conservative education secretary Nicky Morgan MP, Labour’s shadow defence secretary Emily Thornberry MP, the SNP’s trade and industry spokesperson Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh MP, Ukip’s leader in the European Parliament Roger Helmer MEP and director of the Institute of Economic Affairs, Mark Littlewood.
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