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Bashing Bashar

Bashing Bashar

The latest news: Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad has been downloading somewhat dubious songs from iTunes, and his wife Asma has bought some furniture and been eyeing up some Christian Louboutins. There, children, is the best the Western media can do in its new-found crusade for freedom, democracy, and the utterly idiotic. Read the rest of this entry »

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Sophistry Corner: Celebrity Edition

Sophistry Corner: Celebrity Edition

A short one to start the week, and the appearance on Sophistry Corner for everybody favourite unwanted guest, Tony Blair – who continues to have this nasty habit of turning up like a bad smell to add some pointless comment to an ongoing debate. Read the rest of this entry »

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Liberate me ex inferis

Liberate me ex inferis

It has taken a mass mobilisation of the police, a sudden move towards what looks like instant justice and the usual soundbites and mealy-mouthed proclamations, but it finally appears that the spate of urban unrest and looting – or this phase of it at least – is over. As the dust is beginning to settle on the broken streets of England’s cities, who or what to focus our attention on is beginning to dominate the political agenda. Read the rest of this entry »

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Scraping the barrel

Scraping the barrel

Having twice been snubbed, first by the electorate and then – perhaps more gallingly – by the Liberal Democrats, those chaps and chapesses in Guardianistaworld seem pretty upset by the last week’s events. They spend much of their time pontificating and acting all holier than thou, but are actually the worst of the lot when things don’t quite go the way they’d like it. Read the rest of this entry »

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So here we begin.

So here we begin.

It has happened. David Cameron is Prime Minister, and the country has its first full coalition government since 1945. After thirteen long and often infuriating years, the Labour Party have been consigned to the opposition benches. When I try thinking back to 1997 it reads like ancient history: the days when I was still working in the insurance industry, and when the Internet was just a frivolous way to waste time. OK, so I am no longer working in insurance. Read the rest of this entry »

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The fat lady is oiling her vocal chords…

The fat lady is oiling her vocal chords...

The Gorgon is gone. The hangover is over. Let the party begin. Well, sort of.

Prime Minister Gordon Brown has this evening decided that enough is enough, and has now officially resigned. Which means we can finally give him a hearty wave goodbye. After the thin cracks in the Labour Party had become an unmanageable chasm, the limpet finally saw sense to release his grip. Read the rest of this entry »

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Con-Demned?

Con-Demned?

Early this afternoon it looked as though the Conservatives and Liberal Democrats were well on the way to forging a partnership – thus finally moving towards the eviction of the one-eyed Scottish squatter last seen handcuffing himself to the bannister of No. 10. Read the rest of this entry »

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Political Jiggerypokery and PR

Political Jiggerypokery and PR

The chit-chat is still going on about how the cards are going to fall following the recent election results, with the Labour Party resorting to some rather desperate tactics to cling onto power and keep Gordon Brown or any possible replacement safely housed in Downing Street. Read the rest of this entry »

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Hung, drawn and quartered.

Hung, drawn and quartered.

So, with the campaigning finally over and the results coming in across the country, we have a hung parliament. The Conservatives made some stunning gains in some areas and failed to meet expectations in others; the rise of the Liberal Democrats in the media was followed by a dramatic fall when it came to the reality of the final figures, and some of the worst Labour Party slimeballs – among them the odious Hazel Blears – still managed to retain their seats. Those that were cast aside included onetime Home Secretary Jacqui Smith, Noddy’s best mate Charles Clarke and Dewsbury’s most famous “imam” and expenses fiddler, Shahid Malik. Read the rest of this entry »

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The final straight

The final straight

Two days to go until polling day – and things are hotting up. Soon, all of the stage-managed propaganda and sloganeering will come to an end – and with it the end of thirteen years of Labour government. Read the rest of this entry »

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