Taking the scraps from the British table

I see that Eileen Paisley, whose contribution to public life was as a councillor many years ago, has been made a 'Baroness' in the British House of Lords. Her new name in this glorified talking shop will be Baroness Paisley of St George's, after the ward which elected her to Belfast City Council in 1967.

Nepotism has been a long established feature within that 'political party' but I suppose if the DUP are prepared to let family members of prominent DUP figures take the scraps from the British table then who am I to argue.

I do however find the DUP's new 'Orphan boy Oliver' approach to politics amusing.

Gone are the days of NEVER, NEVER, NEVER!!!

It has been replaced by Please Tony, may we have some more?

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