It was dark and stormy night in 1726. Tobias Muddlestick bent over the leather bound ledger, dipped his quill in the ink, and carefully inscribed the words ‘Received 6d’. He paused over the words headingContinue reading →
Our Vera only got £32,383 of our money as a resettlement grant when we kicked her out of Redcar. The ‘winding-up’ expenses she can draw on finish onContinue reading →
I hate the men who would prolong their lives
By foods and drinks and charms of magic art
Perverting nature’s course to keep off death
They ought, when they no longer serve the land
To quit this life, and
On Friday, the High Court gave permission for a judicial review of the government’s failure to hold a public inquiry into the UK’s alleged complicity in the torture of a large number of civilians.
I received a donation of a dog a few weeks ago. I am the mad English woman in my local neighbourhood where my door mat is the unofficial repository of pets the local Arabian populusContinue reading →
“BRITAIN has kings, but they are tyrants; she has judges, but unrighteous ones; generally engaged in plunder and rapine, but always preying on the innocent; whenever they exert themselves to avenge or protect, itContinue reading →
In an age when the Pizzeria guarantees your appetite will be sated within ten minutes of your call, I wonder atContinue reading →
400 years before Christ was born, Hippocrates wrote his essay on the so called ‘sacred disease’ – Epilepsy. He was trying to debunk the theory that epilepsy represented a ‘possession by the spirits’.
2410Continue reading →
She has never lived it down – this part of the Dordogne is bang in the centreContinue reading →
Perhaps the website designer is working on some horizontal bars? Or did he mean ‘charges will occur from time to time’?
The Crown ProsecutionContinue reading →
I am a great fan of “Dogma”. The film, that is, which itself is based on a witty and potentially irreverent view ofContinue reading →
Another fascinating article in our series of short hackiographies of the faded stars of yesteryear who have been absent from the public eye…
Dame Petey Mandelslime of Goy was aContinue reading →
Language is the tool of choice for the Social Engineer. Professors tell university students that there is no such thing as ‘right or wrong’, we are all autonomous and can pick our beliefs to suit ourselves. The mediaContinue reading →
I see the progressive wing of British society is up in arms because our new Prime Minister has dared to utter heretical words. In Parliament, heContinue reading →
Justine Greening, Economic Secretary to the Treasury, has hit on a cunning plan.
He hasContinue reading →
Sadly, I am getting old enough to have seen Andrew Lansley’s ‘reform’ of the National Health Service before. Then it was the Tories introduction of the ‘Internal Market’; it failed then and Lansley’s plan is going to failContinue reading →
I remember the lesson very well. As young potential officers, we had been told to assemble by the statute at 8.00 am sharp. We duly assembled on time, sitting around the baseContinue reading →
Admittedly the media in general are having a hard time. The Grauniad’s traditional source of income, all those lovely publicContinue reading →
Spain winning the world cup has had a dramatic effect on marital relations in Holland.
Dutch porn star @BobbiEden wanted to increase her Twitter following.
She offered a free ‘blow job’ to her relatively fewContinue reading →
I would not claim that every inhabitant of Weegie land is incapable of stringing together a sentence that doesn’t contain words of a sexual nature, words moreover, that imply a violent sexual threat, nor that they cannot converse withoutContinue reading →
It is fatal for me to read the comments on this blog late at night – they are always superb and well thought out, so much effort goes into them; we shall ignore the churlish few. Every time IContinue reading →
Now that Mr Moat has awarded himself the prescribed martyr’s end – ‘he said he’d never let the filth get him’, and he can be duly revered in chavland; the flowers can pile up onContinue reading →