The headmaster’s spectacles gleamed as he turned from the leaded windows of his study to beam upon the three boys who stoodContinue reading →
It’s very rare indeed that I would endorse a centralised EU response to a problem.
Europe’s air industry has called forContinue reading →
Barbara Harris runs a eugenically minded American charity which offers drug addicts desperate for their next fix £200 to be sterilised.
Her aim is to permanently prevent drug addicts havingContinue reading →
Unless you have a poorly canary, or some other obscure use for recycled dead trees – it is officially a waste of money relying on newspapers for factual and balanced reporting during this election period.
FollowingContinue reading →
Ahhhh! This morning we have the delectable Ms Winslet, arms held aloft in prayer to the almighty, roped to the bow of yet another creaking tub full of screamingContinue reading →
Remember when Tony Blair and Kevin Keegan got together for a bit of head tennis?
It helped to convince a lot of people thatContinue reading →
When I read things like this, my soul blossoms just a little:
“Fantastic,” says Sean Paige of the financial crunch that isContinue reading →
The South African Institute of Race Relations (SAIRR) proudly calls itself ‘South Africa’s Leading Research and Policy Organisation’, so it is a little surprising that they ‘desisted from issuingContinue reading →
I have for some weeks been regaling southern readers with the hitherto hidden tales of corruption, lies, graft, drug taking and gangsterism in the murky depths of Labour’s Glasgow heartlands. It has seemed aContinue reading →
It’s surprising who’s been affected by this disaster, really:
The eruption of Iceland’s Eyjafjallajokull volcano has closed airports and canceled flights in Europe,Continue reading →
Gordon’s people had negotiated his position to the right of Cameron, so that he appeared to be leaning over to look at the others rather than squinting at his notes.Continue reading →
Good Lord – there are some interesting candidates standing for election in the Cambridge area alongside Old Holborn.
One who particularly raised my eyebrows is Helene Davies-Green who is standing for UKIP in SouthContinue reading →
… the one-eyed snake is king:
A pornographic magazine for the blind has been launched – complete with explicitContinue reading →
It had to happen; everything else that you might possibly enjoy has been banned. Why would they allow boning to continue? ObnoxioContinue reading →
It was painful to watch a professional journalist degenerate into the pub bore on the Daily Politics show.
I refer of course to the once respected Andrew Neil, for manyContinue reading →
Is this picture exploiting the war in Afghanistan for a propaganda stunt? Or the Prime Minister expressing solidarity with our boys in Afghanistan?
About five minutes after the human race stopped burning yak pats for heating and cooking purposes, some bright spark started panicking about howContinue reading →
Our translators have been working overtime through the night to translate the manifesto into intelligible English – we will bring you further chapters as the team complete them. Original ‘Gordogarbage’ in italics.
ThisContinue reading →
I was amused to find this article (in German, unfortunately!) which claims to have unearthedContinue reading →
One which caught my eye was this one.
“We allContinue reading →
Worse Than Mephedrone
Following on from the Mephedrone ban a more sinister and dangerous threat needs to be eradicated from the streetsContinue reading →
Everyone is a bit of a hypocrite sometimes. I catch myself being hypocritical, even. But for all that, there’s nothing IContinue reading →
One may indeed be all a-flutter that our rulers have once again deignedContinue reading →
In the light of Stuart MacLennan’s sacking, can a slightly more weighty scalp be far behind?Continue reading →
Glasgow City Council may have shied clear of investigating contracts drawn up by Steven Purcell but all is not quiet on that score.
One of Steven’s network of gay friends is under the microscope at thisContinue reading →