Inside the halls of privilege the establishment conspire to oust Corbyn. Outside the masses fight to save him. Can there be a more telling metaphor for the problems facing Labour today?
Sometimes you just have to get stuff off your chest. Sometimes you simply have to wallow in your misery. It may not be articulate and it usually isn’t pretty, but […]
Remember the run up to last General Election? What a time that was. If you recall Britain was in a revolutionary state. Demonstrations, riots and people out on the streets […]
My thoughts in the aftermath of today's terrible shooting in Florida and the danger of despair
Cameron's gamble on Europe leads to open revolt. Now Labour have a chance to set out a positive vision for Europe.
The man in three quotes: “Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee. The hands can’t hit what the eyes can’t see.” “I done wrestled with an alligator, I done […]
A Saturday night in, a bottle of wine and Facebook are not a great combo. The blinking cursor in the empty status field becomes hypnotic and my resistance is […]
On Wednesday, under blazing floodlights, The Kop took it’s final bow of the season. At the end of the game the field of battle lay empty. I made my way […]
Write quicker, it’s coming for you.
“Passengers please be aware that due to the service of remembrance for The 96 delays are likely due the increased volume of people travelling.” The driver’s announcement barely caused a […]
This week six women and three men, in a purpose built box made of glass and brick, in the small town of Warrington, delivered a verdict that will reverberate through […]
Ours is truly an incredible club. Time and again we are driven to the brink of defeat, but refuse to accept our fate. Dortmund is just the latest chapter in […]
Today Jeremy Corbyn gave his first speech on the forthcoming European referendum. It is a refreshing intervention. Not least because so far the debate has been largely restricted to competing […]
Imagine if David Cameron did resign over his admission that he had profited from his father’s involvement in tax avoidance schemes. For starters it would illustrate the devastating impact of […]
Cast your mind back, if you will, to the summer of 2012. Close your eyes for a moment and picture a puffed up Prime Minister waxing lyrical about the morality […]
Thanks for the childhood giggles and the seemingly endless rambling jokes, in which the preamble was always funnier than the punchline. Thanks for the characters and the sketches; the one […]