Friday, February 3, 2017

Since Justin Tipuric last missed a tackle...

  • Britain has had a new PM and voted to leave the EU
  • An orange, TV personality in a wig was voted President of the United States of America
  • £1.8m people sign a petition to stop an orange, TV personality in a wig who was voted President of the United States of America from visiting Britain 

  • Ian Duncan Smith resigned as Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
  • Stephen Crabbe was appointed Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
  • Stephen Crabbe was caught in sext scandal
  • Stephen Crabbe resigned as  Secretary of State for Work and Pensions
  • Roy Hodgson was sacked as manager of the England football team
  • Sam Allardyce appoint manager of the England football team
  • Sam Allardyce sacked as manager of the England football team
  • Gareth Southgate appointed manager of the England football team
  • England won a Grand Slam
  • Ireland beat New Zealand in America (and claimed victory of the big three Southern Hemisphere teams) 
  • An American president visited Cuba
  • Leicester City won the premiership 
  • Wales football reached the semi final of a major competition 
  • National Living Wage comes into force
  • The Panama papers were released
  • Junior doctors went on strike 
  • Primary school children went on strike 
  • London got its first ever Muslim mayor
  • Manchester United's final game of the football season was cancelled after a suspicious package was found. It later turned out to be a training aid with the word "bomb" sellotaped to it
  • The Chilcott Enquiry was finally released
  • Labour Leadership election held after a vote of no confidence in Jeremy Corbyn. Corbyn won.
  • Trident was renewed
  • The last VHS video recorded was produced
  • A summer Olympics was held in winter...and Britain finish second
  • A 58 year old war ended in Colombia
  • Bob Dylan won a noble prize
  • The Queen turned 90
  • An unlawful killing verdict delivered in the Hillsborough Disaster case
  • Great British Bake Off left the BBC
  • Nigel Farage resigned as leader of UKIP 
  • Diane James named as UKIP leader
  • Diane James resigned as UKIP leader
  • Paul Nuttalls is named leader of the UKIPs
  • Two UKIP MEPs have a fight at the European Parliament leaving Stephen Woolfe hospitalised
  • A gorilla escaped for its London Zoo enclosure and with his new found freedom drank 5 litres of Vimto and passed out
  • Muhammad Ali, Prince, Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, Fidel Castro, Gene Wilder, George Michael, Leonard Cohen, Ronnie Corbett, Arnold Palmer, Johan Cruyff, Andrew Sachs, John Glenn, Rick Parfitt, Liz Smith and Caroline Aherne, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Graham Taylor, John Hurt, Nancy Reagan, Pete Burns, Anton Yelchin, Merle Haggard, Harper Lee, two thirds of Emerson, Lake and Palmer, Mr Fuji, Chyna and Boutros Boutros-Ghali sadly died.
  • 128,880,000 children have been born 
  • 843 new words were added to the Oxford English Dictionary 
  • 7 new stars were born in our galaxy
  • Cristiano Ronaldo has earned approximately £69 million pounds in wages and sponsorship
  • Beauden Barrett has scored 380 points for the Hurricanes and New Zealand
  • Dylan Hartley has managed to get suspended just once.



Well done Dylan.

 

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