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We have scampered like feral brats across the Isle of Sodor, untrammelled by the rigid lines of regulation in the real world.
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As the days are getting shorter, so it seems are the newsworthy men.
John Bercow elevated to the Speaker’s chair, by tradition, not because he couldn’t reach it unaided, was notContinue reading →
The hypocritical actions of The Times this week, in publishing the identity of ‘Nightjack’ the police blogger, contrasts harshly with both the victory of Suzanne Breen in obtaining a court ruling that she need notContinue reading →
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Gordon Brown has been sounding like a cracked record of late, stuttering his way through Prime Minister’s Question time, pausing only to expose his slack tongue in the floor of hisContinue reading →
MPs redacted expenses have been released this morning by the parliamentary authorities. HERE
Don’t bother looking up Tony Blair’s – so redacted as to be a miracle he admits his name is TonyContinue reading →
Old Holborn, with characteristic chutzpah, has outed young Patrick in return. If Patrick is congratulating himselfContinue reading →
The answer is that Colin Port did.
It is one thing grandstanding to the tabloid readers and assorted bigots, quite another to face up to the wrath of three High Court judges.
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On Sunday, whilst the world was consumed with the Moto GP duel, Geert Wilders was giving a remarkable speech to the Danish Free Press Society concerning the battle between two ideologies. It is aContinue reading →
Mr Justice Eady refused an injunction to prevent The TimesContinue reading →
I had a choice yesterday. Watch Rossi disappear up his own exhaust, or watch the area heats for the Tracteur Pulling 2009 European Championship. Or do the ironing
I opted for second choice on the grounds that itContinue reading →
The tentacles of the troughing pandemic are spreading into every corner of public life.
Little wonder that that the Metropolitan Police were so unwilling to press charges against MPs in respect of alleged fraudulent expensesContinue reading →
Nu-Labour’s desire to infiltrate every last bastion of your private life continues unabated.
The Family and Parenting Institute, yet another government funded quango, is to be headed by the ferociously feminist Dr Katherine Rake.
Is this self-delusion on the part of the Righteous, or a sinister plot to increase company profits?
The American senate voted overwhelmingly yesterday, to limit nicotine in cigarettes. The legislation, oneContinue reading →
T’was barely two weeks ago that a Bank of England Committee member Andrew Sentance was telling Channel 4 news that:
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The twin specialities of the Righteous, the ‘emotive’ platform, and ‘oppressive’ legislation, will reach a crescendo today as Mrs Ball’s lays down her bear trap.Continue reading →
John Ozimek in The Register has an exclusive interview today with Jim Bates, the man firmly in the sights of Operation Ore Ire. I am reproducing it in fullContinue reading →