Category Archives: Labour
A few weeks ago, talking about BNP proposals for teenage mothers, I wrote: given that it’s an insane plan based on a kneejerk reaction to create a non-solution to a perceived problem, there’s every chance it might already be being considered at some level of the Government. God, I hate being right: Mr Brown says [...]
I suppose I should be glad that my gym gives out free copies of the Daily Mail, because if they hadn’t, I’d never have known that they were posing the question of ‘Should Britain invade Zimbabwe?‘ For those of you wondering what might happen if Britain was to invade Zimbabwe, you’ll be glad to hear [...]
I’ve been messing around with writing poetry recently, and my thoughts went back to those glorious days of yore when artists didn’t have to worry about pleasing the masses. All they sought to do was win the attention of a single wealthy patron, who would shower them with sufficient coin to ensure they could continue [...]
I’m rather disappointed that Swiss Peter’s reason for resigning from the Cabinet wasn’t ‘to spend more time with my tan’.
Well, the BBC have given away the result of the Labour Deputy Leadership election, but it’s still fun to watch the results announced – there seemed to be an air of relief across the hall accompanied by a (larger than you’d expect if they were just being polite) round of applause when it was announced [...]