Swipe left/right

Milibert, who beat his brother Ernie by a whisker to be Labour’s new leader, gave an emotional speech to the party conference today, declaring ‘I love my brother’. Again.

Detailing his plans to unify the party and resist Conservative slash-and-burn austerity cuts, he stayed away from actual policy commitments, focusing instead on a broad narrative of where the party must go.

Referencing past successes, he squeaked, “Yes conference, it is time to play the music, yes, it is time to light the lights, and yes, it’s time to remember the muppets, on the Muppet Show tonight,” but he emphasized the need to move forward and for all party members to join him in the long walk “from Sesame Street to Downing Street.”

Despite the rhetoric and the rapturous applause, nothing could stop the specualtion as to whether Ernie would take up the job as Shadow Chancellor, or leave politics for good and leave the job open to Count Von Count, or even Fozzie Bear.

Waka waka waka!” said Fozzie to journalists after Milibert’s speech. Again.

 

Breaking News: 'So is this the sort of stuff they teach at church now?'

Trending Now

  1. Pics
    People are sharing things that look like penises and it’s mildly chucklesome
  2. Pics
    These 22 photos taken a moment before disaster struck will make you laugh or intake your breath 22 times
  3. Pics
    15 fashion photos flawlessly recreated on a modest budget
  4. Pics
    20 times Captain Obvious saved our lives
  5. Pics
    Competition result to name this pond even better than Boaty McBoatface
« Swipe navigation »