I haven't stopped laughing at this since I saw it on Instagram yesterday. You will need to turn the sound right up - the only way I could get it onto blogger was to film it from the screen. Funnily enough, this is pretty much what he was actually saying when it happened. I love the Manchester accent.
I find myself with a spare hour this morning so I thought I would squeeze one in, so to speak. I haven't got much to say really - apart from what you would expect me to say - but I will say it anyway. A couple of years ago the UK pages of Blogland would have been bursting with indignation over a certain politician called Corbyn, but - very strangely - not a single mention has been made of the Conservative Party Conference held only last weekend. Perhaps everyone is embarrassed.
Growth, growth, growth. How about a game-changing tactic? Stability, stability, stability? Most people would welcome that. Oh well, give her a chance, they say. It's a pretty high-stakes gamble against the rest of the world.
I think that the Tories biggest weakness is to rigidly stick to outdated ideology against all advice, at the same time spouting the same old guff about 'common sense'. You can blame 90% of what is going on now on world events, but it only takes one person wanting to make their mark in history to make it immeasurably worse. Immeasurable because everything is a surprise as it unfolds to inexperienced people without a plan.