Mrs Murrell Goes to Brussels.
Mensheviks v. Leninists.
You may be surprised to learn that Labour, under Mr Corbyn’s leadership, does have a ‘strategy and communications chief’ – the millionaire Seumas Milne.
The current chaos suggested that this was a party in disarrayContinue reading →
Corbynoses and the Book of Brexodus.
And the children of Blair were fruitful, and increased abundantly, and multiplied, and waxed exceeding mighty; and the land was filled with them. They were known henceforth as the Blairites.
Now there arose up a new kingContinue reading →
A Very British Revolution.
Seeing Cameron with stiff upper lip, facing the British press after the referendum results, I cannot get the image of Alec Guinness as Colonel Nicholson in Bridge over the River Kwai out of my mind.
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So if we’re not Remainia, what happens next?
“Sneer at us, scare us, patronise us; but never forget; For we are the people of England, that have spoken now.”
With apologies to that nice Mr Chesterton!
Cap’n G hasContinue reading →
Jo Cox and GoFundMe.
Even as we are exhorted not to discuss the ‘whys and wherefores’ of her murder, and in particular, not to ascribe our own beliefs to the possible motivation of ThomasContinue reading →
Suffer the little children under the EU…
Never mind David Cameron eating small roasted babies for breakfast, I’m more concerned with what the EU is doing to those wide eyed African babies this morning.
Starving them by way of penalising their parents,Continue reading →
Such an undignified tussle over Jo Cox’s still warm corpse.
Who can make the most mileage in their chosen campaign by invoking her name?
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Cliff Hanger comes to an End.
Cliff Richard’s punishment for being a wealthy celebrity who chose not to marry has come to an end. Two years of the Internet and the media being given free rein to speculate and fabricateContinue reading →
Corrupt Police Officers?
By 1988, Lynette White had been a prostitute for 6 years. Since she was 14 years old, to save you working it out for yourself. She was bright and bubbly, but had never progressed beyond theContinue reading →
My interest in Autism stems from my days with the Court of Protection. There is a form, a ‘CP3’, on which the GP or Consultant is invited to put ‘simply’ the reason why he thinks hisContinue reading →
J’adore, Flabradors, and Guards’ma’doors.
The British are a funny race. Did anyone enquire as to the state of health of Frenchman Gerard de Nerval’s pet lobster as he walked it round Paris? Sentient? Fricasseed? Boiled even? We were contentContinue reading →
Is ‘Inventative’ a word? I wasn’t sure – it suited my purposes as an alternative to ‘Investigative’ but I couldn’t find it in the dikshunary. (I do use one occasionally!)
My search for theContinue reading →
New Scientist journalist John Hoyland coined the term ‘nominative determinism’ to describe the alchemy by which some people seem to be drawn to their jobs by virtue of their birth name. Though given that most surnamesContinue reading →
The ‘Voices’ begging to be heard?
Oft’ times, when I am struggling to resolve opposing opinions, I will stare out the windowContinue reading →
It’s a good news/bad news day…
Shall we have the good news first? Pour yourself a cup of coffee and pull up a chair… Settled? OK!
For the past 154 days of the year, you have been working hardContinue reading →
“Being wrongly accused of rape is no minor slight”.
Alexander Economou – Not Guilty of Harassment!
The Economou/de Freitas story was destined to attract global attention in these feminista times. He said/she said has become the bread and butter of the media –Continue reading →
Swallows and Amazons.
Gosh! Was it really 60 years ago today that I was eight years old? Did the sun really shine all day in June back then? Did I really cycle from Westleton to Dunwich day after day,Continue reading →