Anagrams of the UK Prime Minister and, in alphabetical order, his entire cabinet
Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson = Job: philander, offend, laxness…or fee
Nigel Adams = Gen: dim, alas
Steve Barclay = Beastly, carve
Thérèse Coffey = Eyes the coffer
Nadine Dorries = No. 1 siren – dread
Oliver Dowden = Wooden drivel
George Eustice = Gee, is rogue etc.
Natalie Evans = Venal (i.e. Satan)
David Frost = Sordid & v. fat
Michael Gove = Evil hog came
Simon Hart = Norm: a shit
Alister Jack = Rackets – jail
Sajid Javid = Did savij? Ja!
Kwasi Kwarteng = Wankers gawk I.T.
Brandon Lewis = O, nab swindler!
Priti Patel = La tripe pit
Dominic Raab = Maniac – do rib
Grant Shapps = Prang (P.S. shat)
Alok Sharma = Harm koalas?
Rishi Sunak = His rank is ‘U’
Anne-Marie Trevelyan = Tree? Animal? Nay, never!
Elizabeth Truss = She a Z-list brute
Ben Wallace = Eel can bawl
Nadhim Zahawi = Had a zani whim
Boris Johnson = Josh Robinson; Sir John Hobson; Jobs, Sir? Oh … Non!!!!!
Priti Patel = Pitta Peril (the most benign of my versions – another is very strictly embargoed!)
Dominic Raab = Rabid Monica; I’m on Bacardi
Sajid Javid = Dai JJ Davis
Michael Gove – Eg, macho evil
Rishi Sunak = I rush, I sank
Jacob Rees-Mogg = Egg? More a CS job!
Grant Shapps = PS Sharp tang
And for a few others:
Dominic Cummins = I mind scum coming
Theresa May = Hey, A-stream; Stay, hear me
Arlene Foster = Seen for later
Nigel Farage = An egg? A flier!; I enrage flag; I, General Fag
Nigel Lawson = Wine? Gallons!
David Cameron = Damn void race
Ann Widdecombe = Mad cow need bin; Wend, dim beacon
Donald Trump = Portland mud
Katie Hopkins = A pink shite, OK?
Neil McEvoy = My violence
Patrick Minford = Mad Prof in trick
Jeremy Corbyn = Ne’er cry, ‘My job’
Owen Smith = He win most; Thin meows
George Galloway – Roll away, ego-egg
Marine Le Pen = Leper in name
Prince Andrew = Wand’rin’ Creep
Recep Tayyip Erdogan = Proceed, yet a-praying
And now some slogans:
Unleashing Britain’s Potential = A latent English Putin in a Boris
Get Brexit Done = Extend Brit Ego
Take Back Control = Bleak contract, OK?
A Strong Economy = As Tory conmen go
I also have some balanced anagrammatical sentences, not all political, with identical letters either side of the caesura, eg:
Theresa May has me teary; My ears hate Theresa May
Osama Bin Laden is a lone bad man
Elvis Presley verily sleeps
Andrea Leadsom dreams a ‘no deal’
Tiny morons mob Tommy Robinson
These are but a few examples of an ever-growing Word document in my computer!
LOL heap – I kneel!
Like help alone?
It’s also possible to compile three-way sentences, i.e. with two caesurae. Once, a friend thought of ‘Edward Heath had teeth’ as a two-way ‘balanced’ sentence. I then prefixed that sentence (purely from the point of view of the miners in the early 70s), so as to create ‘The hated Ted Heath had teeth’. A similar sentence would be ‘Diva romanced David Cameron, diamond caver’. I must admit that, for me, words are a kind of modelling clay – very, very malleable and with infinite possibilities. I firmly believe that people of all ages do need toys!
BTW, I have felt like using ‘Hope Ella Klein’ as an alias!
Trim cred? Moi?
And a new one – new Tory slogan …
Build Back Better = But I’d bet blacker
😸😸 And I have a new one (one of several). This one refers to what a certain person would have been likely to say about the organisation which she used to lead: Dis is cracked (8,4)
And here, we have a really nasty piece of work: I’m in putrid lav (8,5)