Tag Archives: “LLLP”

LLLP Derailment.

I have been surfing around looking for welfare benefits solutions for what seems like an age.  So this weekend I am going to have a break and write about some thing different. Ever since the Last Laugh Looney Party has been … Continue reading

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LLLP and Trump

Once again the Last Laugh Looney Party has been brought back to assist Prime Minister, Mrs Maynever.     This time it was at the world leaders summit ——- the World Economic Forum at the Swiss luxury resort of Davos. … Continue reading

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Plastic Fantastic !

At last I can see my blog is beginning to have a global impact.   I am talking about all my rants about excessive packaging.    (You can see my earlier blogs by clicking on Packaging in the Tag Cloud) … Continue reading

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Eat Your Greens

What a wonderful Christmas present.   A cure to fend off dementia may be within our grasp. A study at Rush University in Chicago shows that eating more green vegetables may stave off dementia. The Government is always keen to … Continue reading

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BREXIT Negotiations Stalled

The Last Laugh Looney Party recently helped with the Brexit discussions with Mr. Junket and successfully negotiated some of the more important issues for older people namely :- small print, packaging and gadgets.   (You can see all my earlier posts on this … Continue reading

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Best Before Never

It was only at the end of July that the Last Laugh Looney Party successfully concluded their Brexit negotiations with Mr Junket of  the European Union.  Finally they have agreed to ban all SMALL PRINT. (See my blog in the Archive dated 31st … Continue reading

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LLLP Brexit Negotiations on Gadgets

As the Brexit negotiations continue, the Last Laugh Looney Party, continues to take a prominent lead in the discussions.  After the success they had in reaching agreement in banning packaging, they moved forward with the progressive proposals on “small print”. … Continue reading

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