Flogging a dead horse

12.00 midnight WESTMINSTER TORY SELLING PLATEAge: Juveniles only; Class: None; Distance: Far too long; Surface: Synthetic; Going: Sloppy; Prize: £164k per annum + expenses + luxury free stabling + backhanders …

The Great British balls-up

The UK is a failed State. The public sector is a hollowed-out shell and every public service has collapsed. Quite apart from the self-inflicted fiasco and stupidity of Brexit, all …

Stuff the Jubilee!

It’s been six years since I last vented about the English monarchy, so it’s high time for an update as the 70th anniversary of Elizabeth II’s accession to the throne …

Dangerous criminal at large

A reckless megalomaniac renegade is on the run following years of habitual law-breaking, deception, treachery and larceny. Cornered and desperate, the evil, corrupt, crypto-fascist has gone on a destructive rampage …

Humbuggery

In a country controlled by charlatans, crooks, scoundrels and pathological liars it’s hardly surprising that every pronouncement from the UK government and its agents is saturated in mendacity, bullshit and …

A meeting of minds

A bigoted, ignorant, incompetent, blundering, xenophobic, anti-enlightenment, corrupt, militaristic, climate-change denier, environment destroyer, pandemic mass-murderer, serial law-breaker, compulsive liar, crypto fascist, dictatorial demagogue, international pariah and global embarrassment…accompanied by the …

Cabinet, reshuffled

Anagrams of the UK Prime Minister and, in alphabetical order, his entire cabinet Alexander Boris de Pfeffel Johnson = Job: philander, offend, laxness…or fee Nigel Adams = Gen: dim, alasSteve …

Useful new amenity

The UK government, in close collaboration with its ideological partner Cardiff Council, kindly intend to provide the capital of Cymru with a much-needed facility: an all-purpose place where citizens can …

Tory tyranny

Tory noun Conservative, Reactionary (from C17 Irish, meaning outlaw, robber or brigand).  The current Tory government is certainly the worst in my lifetime – and that’s saying something. Examples of …