Monthly Archives: December 2019

Enough With Selfies

The Union is dissolving faster than Arctic ice. Disintegration is unstoppable, England adrift a certainty. Only Boris’ bluster makes it appear whole and intact. If pigs could vote, the prime minister carrying the slop bucket would get elected every time, … Continue reading

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The Best of 2019

Kamikaze England is about to commit economic and political suicide by voting for a congenital liar, an unreconstructed narcissist bereft of a conscience but not lost for plans to drop Scotland’s constitutional ambitions into a wood chipper. Scotland is about … Continue reading

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The Irishman – a review

If there is an aspect to The Irishman pundits and critics alike are talking about more than anything it’s the films three-and-a-half hour length. Yes, it is an indulgence, a mighty one, one many a master filmmaker falls prey to … Continue reading

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Car News: Mad Cars for Mad Men

A weekly look at all that sucks in the car world, and some good bits Costly cars, you see them every day drifting sedately through busy city streets, men and women driving to Tescos, collecting Barry, Harry or Mhairi from … Continue reading

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A Week of Crap Television

We’ve reached that time of the year when major supermarket chains pay millions for soft focus commercials squandering profits they could have donated to the homeless and food banks; a time, when we spend millions more on the Victorian tradition … Continue reading

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