I recall buying some socks in M&S .... I think it was 1974 ....Anyway,I suspect in this modern age where M&S find retailing difficult, a nice pair of trousers from M&S may be an oxymoron.
If the demonstrators trash London in the name of democracy, could someone pick me up a nice pair of trousers from M&S?
It is unbelievable how inept M&S are at identifying the needs and requirements of their potential customers, the styles that are required and providing a retail experience that is conducive to getting those potential customers to purchase. While some may consider it to be science, it isn't rocket science.
I'm glad you checked .... there's a nasty rumour going round that's its gone AWOL.Last time I checked the UK still had a government.On McDonnell and the march (replies suggest he didn't actually say 'force'):UK does not currently have a legally elected government.
People are already putting out "The Truth"-type spin about the evil residents causing the fire deaths.
I sense terrible echoes of Hillsborough.
I would imagine if it hasnt already done so the threat level needs to go back to critical just to protect polling stations on Thursday.Former SAS hero, Lord Nuttall VC DSO and bar will be on the job ....
Tis a challenge that Diane Abbott would rise to with absolute ease. My only concern would be whether His Munifisence Pope Paul Nuttall VC and bar would dare have such a rival in his government of all the talents ?!?Would she really have been worse than Jacqui Smith? Appallingly incompetent and out of her depth undoubtedly but worse than Smith? That is a real challenge.Diane Abbott - The Best Home Secretary We'll Never Have? - Discuss.Think of the previous 6 Labour Home secretaries. All of them duffers but perhaps Jacqui Smith being the absolute rock bottom of the barrel.She was the longest serving Home Secretary for 60 years, so she must have been doing something right (even though Blair's reforms did remove some of the inherent problems with the role). And there can't be many politicians who have been able to use a stint at the Home Office as a pre-cursor to becoming Prime Minister - it doesn't exactly have a history of enhancing reputations.
TM was a useless and ineffective Home Sec, she has been a petulant and inflexible autocratic PM for nearly a year, and been in charge of a supremely useless campaign team. None of this bodes well for the next few years in office.
Straw, Blunkett, Clarke, Reid, Smith and Johnson
Clearly only after a trip to A&E because of laughter induced cracked ribs.