Loved it this morning when Jo Swinson MP asked John Humphrys on R4 Today, if he had apologized to Carrie Gracie. I’ve emailed her. I’m not sure why you’re asking that unrelated question? Humphrys the indignant, wronged, interviewer. It’s about self-awareness John. It’s about an arrogance John. It’s about so much that you are unaware of. It’s time to look at yourself dear boy, personally … Continue reading
Tuesday. 23rd May. 2017. A strange day. Today I’ve busied myself with the things I needed to do. Those mundane things we do every day that never make the news. Looking after my grandson, at home on doctor’s orders with rubella. No headlines. No life-changing event. Taking comfort from family ties, caring for those close to you. I didn’t watch much news. I preferred my … Continue reading Tuesday, a strange day, a day of reflection.
Over the last three months I have conducted serious research on how we might improve our voting thingy. This research included extensive interviews with voters, serious polling, nights of intoxication and long periods of the darkest depression. You could not begin to imagine. But try if you want to. I have concluded that electoral reform is essential. This will take the form of a new … Continue reading Electoral reform and the 23/6 proposal.
Today we were treated to our annual, medieval, fancy dress extravaganza that is the Queen’s Speech. Jewels, ermine and an old black stick. Our 90 year old Queen told us that “her Government”, whilst under investigation for election fraud by umpteen police forces, would do some “Government” to us. It seems ironic that the last year of her “Government” doing things to us … Continue reading The Queen’s speech is just a load of old tosh