The Quest for the Fabled “Window of #Brickgate” – Part One

A cautionary tale, written, forsooth, verily, in the aftermath of #Brickgate.

Wirral In It Together

ornate letter Once upon a time…

…good, humble townsfolk heard tell of words scribed upon an United Kingdom Party of Labour, National Executive Committee (NEC) official missive, which proceeded along the lines…

…that in the Lifcard Village quarter of the settlement of Wallafey, ensconced within the fiefdom of Merfeyfide, situated in the outermost, north western, seafaring extremities of the grand English realm – was a building …with a window.

But not just any window.

It was further written that on the eleventh or twelfth day of the seventh month of the year of Our Lord Two Thousand and Sixteen, the window of which we speak was attacked by a person unknown – and who remains unheralded to this day – whom it is assumed was armed with stone mafons’ expendables, and was able to cast them thither in anger and, being fleet of foot, make good…

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