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Wednesday, 16 November 2016

Prime Minister May, speaking about the dangers of the 'global elite'

PM  condemns 'global elite' while dining with men in white tie, ermine, and two guys on gold thrones




As the Lord Mayor Andrew Parmley listened to the PM, the man next him appeared to drop off


Sitting in gold chairs (some even nodding off after the meal) the guests listened to Prime Minister May, speaking about the dangers of the 'global elite' for 'ordinary people', Brexit and Donald Trump. The food and the £300 per bottle wine for this chamber full of hypocrites and hypocrite in chief May, did not come from the local Food-bank.


This was Mrs May's first major speech since Donald Trump's historic victory in the US election - but not everyone appeared to be hanging on her every word
David Davis the Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union, appeared to be taking a power nap as the Prime Minister read her speech










What became of any food left over (after these gannets had taken their fill) is not reported.


Guests at the Lord Mayor's Banquet in London


The menu.
The Seaside
Morecambe Bay Potted Shrimps
Herb Salad and Melba Toast
Casa Silva Reserva Viognier 2015
Colchagua Valley Chile
The Fells
Fillet of British Beef
Red Wine Sauce
Seasonal Market Vegetables
Rosemary Roasted Potatoes
Chateau Lynch-Moussas 2003
Pauillac Cinquieme Cru Classe
The Dairy
Selection of Lancashire Cheeses with Celery Grapes and water Biscuits
Dewlay Creamy, Blacksticks Blue and Mrs Kirkham’s Crumbly
The Beachfront
The Lord Mayor’s Knickerbocker Glory
Apricot Sorbet, Vanilla Ice Cream, Cherry and Mango Sorbet
Topped with Woodland Mixed Berries and a Wafer
Chateau Haut Bernasse 2004 Monbazillac France
The Funfair
Tea and Coffee
Mini Toffee Apple, Fudge, Chocolate Flakes and Blackpool Rock