Monthly Archives: June 2016

Breaking Point?

First of all, apologies in advance if anyone’s delicate sensibilities are disturbed by the following. However, as much as some may find it distasteful, opportunistic and/or an act of callous point-scoring, many of you fragile little flowers have shown no … Continue reading

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Safe European Home

“I find it in poor taste to use the death of an MP to try to score political points in the EU referendum debate.” I was rebuked thus, earlier. We’re way past taste, though. Brown people and Muslims, dead babies … Continue reading

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Dear EU…

… Cheers for the card and the leaving present. Not too sure what we’re gonna do with an electronic garlic press, mind; probably just stick it in the pantry with Auntie Mabel’s signed photo of Nigel Farage. We’re gonna end up with … Continue reading

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Brexit Will Happen

Brexit will triumph. Forget the perfectly reasonable left argument for leaving; don’t even waste your time with the plausible left case for remaining. This is now (as if it has ever been anything else) a referendum on immigration. And the … Continue reading

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