news.sky.com/story/labour-wins

Might have a little jaunt to Chester. They have always been people with a very good judge of character.

Brexit....food costs 

BBC News - Brexit added £210 to household food bills, LSE says
bbc.co.uk/news/business-638211

Rishi not Dishi, has to pay more for my fishy.

I don't think he has even noticed... 🤔

Every Christmas season an estimated 3.6 million Japanese families treat themselves to fried chicken from the American fast-food chain, in what has become a nationwide tradition. It follows a successful corporate marketing strategy from decades ago.
Larry prefers sushi.....

Just in case, I think the concensus is.....
"he is a wrong un".

Getting too old for this, even though DePfeffel has long gone, cannot seem to rid the party animal in me...🐈🐈‍⬛🍾🍷🍸🍹🍺

In quite moments of reflection, which is in fact most of the entire day, I cannot help.but think back to happier, healthier and more prosperous times....

@Number10cat We foster cats for a local charity. Our current cat came to us through them with five newbord kittens. They found homes, but we kept her.

lunaanimalrescue.org/

@Number10cat We're not in a position to give a permanent home to a cat now, but, just drawing attention to #foster #caring People who can't make a long term commitment can often offer a domestic home in the short term to older cats who've lost their carers and during kitten season when shelters can be full to bursting. In the past we've had a few and although it hurt when they moved on, it felt like a good thing to do #caturday

cats.org.uk/

A great charity, cats protection help so many faltering felines. Providing new families for so many poor creatures.

Can't wait to cause some gentle mayhem...😼

Photo: Justin ng

That enigmatic smile.....contemplating the next saucer of milk.

Painting by Leonardo da Vinci/Fat Cat Art

Comedy....with anatomy. 

Dabbled in the arts......now for some less highbrow humour.

A little dive into culture and the arts.....

Purry, Purry nights.......(Vincent Van Gough)

Brexit, Gove...non lingua??? 

independent.co.uk/news/uk/poli

There has been some alarming sycophantic rhetoric from Gove over the years...not sure you can top:

Gove described in evidence, before the Leveson inquiry, that Rupert Murdoch was "one of the most impressive and significant figures of the last 50 years".

It's a pity that this morning, he cannot describe in evidence, one benefit of the post-brexit trade agreement, for industry, employers or their workers.

Cat got your tongue 👅🐈......

fb.watch/g_TrjYAAL8/

Just wanting to show off our never-ending feline fabulousness.......

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