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124,311. Houses of Westminster: Woman in £1 million hat makes speech about austerity. (United Nations & Houses of Westminster) David Icke, Agenda 21: The Plan to Kill You, 2016
115,399. This is Britain’s most famous building known around the world as a symbol of our nation. Inside its magnificent walls history is made: these are the Houses of Parliament. Inside the Houses of Parliament s1e5, Channel 5 2017
115,400. A complex maze of secret rooms and hidden worlds. ibid.
115,401. The roof is leaking, the walls are crumbling, now Britain’s most famous building is in danger of collapse. ibid.
115,402. The Expenses Scandal also had a darker side and the worst offenders would pay the price. ibid.
115,403. The building had been accidentally burnt to the ground; that gave the Victorians the chance to rebuild it, and they really went to town. ibid.
83,779. The great parliament held here in Westminster, held by Simon de Montfort in the name of Henry III, the first parliament ... (England & Parliament & Houses of Parliament) Professor David Carpenter, Magna Carta and the Mountford Parliament, lecture February 2015
83,780. Magna Carta had laid the foundations for the development of parliament. (England & Parliament & Houses of Parliament) ibid.
83,781. The first official use of the term parliament was in 1237. (England & Parliament & Houses of Parliament) ibid.
38,875. When the rules were announced for a competition to rebuild the Palace of Westminster after the fire of 1854 it was specified that the design must be in the Gothic of Elizabethan style. (Parliament & Houses of Parliament) Monarchy by David Starkey: Survival
38,865. The Houses of Parliament: this was the job that made Pugin’s name. He got it as a result of the old Palace of Westminster burning down in 1834 ... Pugin wanted to build something that would match Westminster Abbey next door. (Parliament & Building & Architecture & Houses of Parliament) Fred Dibnah’s Building of Britain: Victorian Splendour
38,866. Building began in 1837 and the Barry-Pugin partnership was right for the job. Pugin looked after the detail of the design. (Parliament & Building & Architecture & Parliament) ibid.
38,869. Knight says that the Palace of Westminster – home to the British Parliament – is used as a meeting place for at least two Masonic lodges. One of these lodges is called the New Welcome Masonic Lodge, which regularly hosts blood-curdling rituals and ceremonies inside the Palace of Westminster. Members of Parliament from all political parties gather together wearing white gloves, sashes, lambskin aprons and wielding ceremonial daggers, swearing blood-thirsty oaths of allegiance to each other. (Parliament & Houses of Parliament) Chris Everard, Illuminati vol I
38,892. I think ... that it is the best club in London. (House of Commons & Parliament & Houses of Parliament) Charles Dickens, Our Mutual Friend, Mr Tremlow
76,492. It’s in danger of collapse. (House of Commons & Houses of Parliament) Inside the Commons ***** BBC 2015
76,494. Built on the site of William the Conqueror’s first palace, the mother of parliaments is where the laws that affect all our lives are made. Rebuilt in Victorian times as a Gothic fantasy palace, it’s an eight-acre jumble of buildings and courtyards with a hundred staircases, over a thousand rooms, and three miles of passages. (House of Commons & Houses of Parliament) ibid.
76,496. The palace of Westminster often looks one great building site. (House of Commons & Houses of Parliament) ibid.
76,500. The Palace of Westminster is a maze of tunnels and towers. (House of Commons & House of Lords & Houses of Parliament) Inside the Commons II: Upstairs Downstairs
76,501. Built nearly a thousand years ago, Westminster Hall was where King Charles I was sentenced to death. (House of Commons & House of Lords & Houses of Parliament) ibid.
76,504. The building’s cast-iron roof – one of the biggest in the world. (House of Commons & Roof & Houses of Parliament) Inside the Commons III
76,506. A Victorian palace that is becoming increasingly dysfunctional. (House of Commons & Houses of Parliament) Inside the Commons IV
103,711. The sewage ejecters and many other parts of the palace are on their last legs. (House of Lords & Houses of Parliament) Meet the Lords III: Brexit and Exit
125,683. Mistrust that may just have its roots in a chapter one decade ago: MPs accused of being on the take when a national newspaper blew the lid on their expenses system, in a country still reeling from a financial crisis. (Parliament & Politics & House of Commons & House of Lords & Houses of Parliament & Scandal) Expenses: The Scandal that Changed Britain, BBC 2019
125,684. How much did those events rewrite the relationship between parliamentarians and the public? How much did it redirect the whole course of British politics? (Parliament & Politics & House of Commons & House of Lords & Houses of Parliament & Scandal) ibid.
125,685. The job of redaction took place in secret. (Parliament & Politics & House of Commons & House of Lords & Houses of Parliament & Scandal) ibid.
125,686. ‘From porn films to bath plugs’ … ‘chandeliers, horse manure, swimming pools, housekeepers’ … ‘It’s a classic smear this’ [Mandelson]. (Parliament & Politics & House of Commons & House of Lords & Houses of Parliament & Scandal) ibid.
125,687. The moat belong the Douglas Hogg; the expense was for cleaning it. (Parliament & Politics & House of Commons & House of Lords & Houses of Parliament & Scandal) ibid.
125,688. Another kind of second home: a duck house. (Parliament & Politics & House of Commons & House of Lords & Houses of Parliament & Scandal) ibid.
125,689. Five Labour MPs and Two Conservative Peers who were eventually jailed. (Parliament & Politics & House of Commons & House of Lords & Houses of Parliament & Scandal) ibid.
131,025. This gathering of cunts does not represent the people who elected it. 400 Leave constituencies would be a landslide under voting protocols but the reverse is true.
They voted for a referendum
They voted for Article 50
The main parties had Leaving the EU in their manifestos
They voted out May’s deal three times.
They seem to have made No-deal illegal, thus scuppering any chance of negotiation.
They don’t want an election despite Magic Grandpa calling for one constantly.
They won’t table no confidence as they don’t want an election even though there is now no majority government.
They have used the sainted Jo Cox as some sort of symbol to tar Johnson.
The Speaker is entirely biased against Brexit.
400 or so MPs have lined up with the Establishment, the City, Academia and diverse vested interests to deny the referendum result. They don’t want a deal… they want to stay in the EU.
There were terms for parliaments in days gone by – Long, short, Addled etc, but this is the Traitorous Parliament. (House of Commons & Houses of Westminster & Brexit) Is a cunt online 28 September 2019