Just ask Boris Johnson. Boris – who is favourite to become the next PM – got a court summons over lying during his Brexit campaign.
The floppy-haired buffoon faces accusations of misconduct in a public office over claims he misled the public by saying the UK sent the EU £350million a week.
Proof of the old saying: “All could be well and then you could get hit by a bus.” But if they start taking MPs to court for lying they may as well turn Parliament into a Wetherspoons as there’d be no politicians left.
Then there was the Spice Girls opening gig that was marred by horrific sound problems.
A sound engineer has been sacked for causing the issues – apparently he had turned the girls’ microphones on.
I’ll tell you what I want, what I really really want, is the Spice Girls to sod off to obscurity again.
And John Cleese, inset as Basily Fawlty, caused a stir with some mad rants about London not being English any more.
He’s maybe trying to become the Minister of Silly Talks now his comedy career seems to be as dead as a parrot. I hear he might be touring a one-man show dubbed Enoch Powell’s Flying Circus.
It has so far been a good week for at least one London football club as Chelsea beat Arsenal in the Baku beyond to win the Europa League final.
If Gunners fans manage to get home in the quickest way possible from Azerbaijan they could be there in time to watch Tottenham Hotspur in the Champions League Final tonight.
Liverpool and Spurs fans have invaded Madrid for what promises to be an absolute cracker of a match.
There were 13 goals over four legs of the semi-finals – and more drama than a year’s worth of Netflix box sets. I expect goals and more drama – and have an inkling that Spurs will nick it.