A Bit of a Bully – Priti Patel


Well-known bully Priti Patel inspires a bingo game after her latest “egregious” telly box blunder over Christmas Covid-19 rules

This morning, finger wagging firebrand Priti Patel did what she does best during an appearance on the telly box: The Home Secretary made a total prat of herself by contradicting her never-sorry self.


Appearing variously on BBC Breakfast, Sky News and ITV1’s Good Morning Britain, Patel – a woman well known for irritatingly saying “movin’” rather than “moving” – showed her incompetence by moving the goalposts of what is and what is not allowed this Christmas.


Mocked resultingly on Twitter and summed up a “bit of [a] bully” in a mocked up Bullseye poster, Patel again proved herself a shameless snitch in remarking: “If I saw somebody flouting coronavirus regulations and the laws, of course I would look to inform the police about that.” 2020’s ultimate “neighbour from hell” then contradicted herself by adding: “[The police’s] role is only to enforce egregious breaches… We’re not here to criminalise people.”


Could someone in government now do us all a favour? Please put poisonous Priti Patel back in the dart box for Christmas.


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A Bit of A Bully –The Twitter user to most accurately sum up the Home Secretary’s latest telly box appearance was one Mark Steel. He remarked: “At last something good has come of Covid. Priti Patel says she won’t be visiting her parents for Christmas. They must be fucking delighted.”
A Bit of A Bully – Twitter user Matthew Payne rightly surmised the shameful contradictory nature of Priti Patel on coronavirus: She’d report her neighbours, but she was happy to let off Dominic Cummings.
A Bit of A Bully – Amusingly, a gentleman named Mike Sweet tweeted: “Priti Patel has a weirdly irritating way of speaking which is difficult to categorise. She is incapable of pronouncing the end sound to lots of words, and yet simultaneously sounds as if she is aping a ‘posh’ accent. It’s all very Mrs Bucket.”
A Bit of A Bully – Another Twitter user shared a new game called ‘Priti Patel Bingo’ complete with an accurate analysis of her misuse of words like “moving,” going,” “working” and “doing.”
Matthew Steeples
A graduate of the London School of Economics, Matthew Steeples is a writer and marketing consultant. He conceived The Steeple Times as a media arena to fill the void between the Mail Online, The Huffington Post and such organs as the New York Social Diary in 2012.



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