Monthly Archives: September 2019

Do Labour need some water to wash down that humbug?

For all that his critics may often deplore Boris Johnson’s choice of language, it seems to me that he generally chooses his words quite carefully – by which, I mean not that he couches his meaning in soft phrases designed … Continue reading

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Christmas can’t come early enough for these turkeys

So the Supreme Court has ruled that Boris Johnson’s prorogation of Parliament was unlawful – by reference to a law that does not exist.  We are told that the length of the prorogation is one of the key reasons for … Continue reading

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Greta Thunberg – Role Model or Victim?

According to a fairly recent scientific study, what you see first when you look at the famous image above, can often depend on as simple a factor as how old you are.  The younger you are, the more likely you … Continue reading

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Never mind the coup, let’s have those by-elections

It’s perhaps fitting that a significant number of those who are hysterically screaming about a fascist coup having taken place in the UK, can’t even spell the word.  Within hours of the announcement that the Queen had agreed to Boris … Continue reading

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