Tuesday, 7 January 2014

Lookalike - Wind in the Wimbledon edition

This from the Graun...

Stephen Hammond, the minister for buses and rail, who lives six miles from Westminster, used the government's "top up" cars 138 times in a year. These cars are at the call of ministers if an official departmental vehicle is unavailable. On 19 occasions Hammond used the service to move his red boxes unaccompanied from one place to another.

Where have we heard that before?

What is it with the internal combustion engine and Tory Transport ministers? 

Pointless signs - Wetherspoons

This from a Mr Whitley...

Spotted in a Wetherspoons' loo..

Has Mr Bowker been reminiscing over a few beers?

UPDATE: This from Deep Stoat's Brother...

Reminiscing or predicting?

I give unto you the Office of Passenger Rail Services!

SRA for short, obviously.