There was an expectant air in the main stream media yesterday, waiting for ‘it’ to kick off. Waiting for ‘it’ to fill their column inches for them, for ‘it’ toContinue reading →
Many readers have turned away from newspapers towards the Internet, the Internet in turn has spawned a reversal of the accepted procedure whereby news filtered fromContinue reading →
Lord Ahmed who was jailed for 12 weeks for sending and receiving text messages while driving on the M1 has been released by the Court of Appeal. The sentencing judge, Mr Justice Wilkie, made it clear his text messagingContinue reading →
Ashley Cole needs his right to privacy and threatens the Sun newspaper just before being arrested for using abusive language!
The philandering husband of Girls Aloud singer Cheryl Cole has threatened to sue the Continue reading →
It is difficult to think of a more effective way to ensure that another 3 million properties are built in Andorra, and another 3 million relatively wealthy people move their savings and pensions out of the UK into Andorra, orContinue reading →
A HACKER attack on the health records of Gordon Brown and Alex Salmond has sparked a huge security alert.
Confidential computer files on the Prime Minister and Holyrood’s First Minister were illegally targeted along with the records of scores of otherContinue reading →
The February edition of HMRC’s thrice-yearly “Employer Bulletin” normally contains a CD of software designed to help small firms deal with their tax obligations. There should be an employee database, tax calculators and automatic form generators. “Install Immediately”, the taxman’sContinue reading →
Neither those who love me, nor those who wish they’d never set eyes on me – and I’ll admit to a few, would ever accuse me of being a feminist.
I believe too strongly in the superiority of merit as theContinue reading →
Vince Cable has tabled a parliamentary question challenging the Treasury to reveal the contents of a Treasury dossier submitted in evidence to the Competition Appeal Tribunal last December by the Merger Action Group who were opposing the Lloyd’s – HBOSContinue reading →
Andorra is only three hours south of here, so we took off on Thursday lunchtime intending to buy a few essential blogging supplies before nightfall. 4 litre bottles of whiskey for £15, cartons of duty free cigarettes at £20 a time, the little detailsContinue reading →
I had not thought I should write in support of Sir Fred Goodwin, nor any other banker, but the sinister orchestration of media voices baying for his blood has brought out my mothering instincts.
Leave Freddie alone. No one, so far, hasContinue reading →