July 20th 2009 was a good day to bury bad news. All eyes were on The Constitutional Reform and Governance Bill which was having its first reading in parliament andContinue reading →
Proof positive of something many of us had suspected for some time by careful observation of the native population, and from our own entirely subjective experience.
Living under a LabourContinue reading →
When ‘Call me Dave’ said that he owed it all to one lady – and the BBC cameras homed in on Samantha Cameron, it was yet more evidence that those with the biggestContinue reading →
Are losing theirs and blaming it on t’economy,
If you can save yourself when your pensions all shot through,
But make allowance for Gordon’s thieving too;
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Archimedes was sitting in the bath when he discovered the relationship of weight to volume.
Newton was out scrumping apples.
From next month, a team based at UniversityContinue reading →
The Primrose Hill (and a few selected postcodes East and West) mob have been out in force the past few days. It is a curious view of life, politics and economics thatContinue reading →
The remorseless search for those with the guts to give their all for Allah continues.
Richard Barrett, head of the United Nations’ al-Qaeda and Taliban monitoring group revealed the viciousContinue reading →
Following the guilty verdict in the Vanessa George trial earlier this week, Ed Balls told the BBC that ‘this kind of abuse’ represented ‘a deeply distressing and disturbing case’.
But ‘this kind ofContinue reading →
Sometimes, having the face and the tenacious nature of a pit-bull terrier isn’t always an entirely miserable thing. Sometimes, doggedly following a trail which has grown so faint that it hasContinue reading →