Artist parades work depicting Prince Harry in Jonathan Aitken “sword of truth and shield of justice” type fashion as the rabid ranting royal arrives at the High Court in London reports Matthew Steeples.
On International Missing Children’s Day 2023, Matthew Steeples reminds readers of missing children whose cases aren’t getting the disproportionate resources misallocated to that of the search for Madeleine McCann.
Matthew Steeples suggests after yesterday’s E. Jean Carroll verdict confirmed ‘The Donald’ Trump as a sexual predator, it is time for the 45th POTUS to explain the true links between himself, his wife and Jeffrey Epstein.
Matthew Steeples suggests that ‘liar wannabe lawyer’ Ghislaine Maxwell’s decision to continue to sue Jeffrey Epstein’s estate in spite of already having gotten over £16 million from the since croaked paedo is proof that she is utterly lacking in a moral compass.
Matthew Steeples suggests “poison pen” Isabel Oakeshott’s career prospects now belong in nowhere but a slurry pit; he highlights an encounter with her and argues she has disgraced the journalistic profession.
Matthew Steeples argues that the saga of ‘FROGXIT’ – the supposed eviction of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex from Frogmore Cottage – is proof final that this pointless pair should never come back to Britain.
As it is revealed noxious nonce Ghislaine Maxwell got slammed into “the hole” of solitary confinement after attempting to profit whilst a prisoner, Matthew Steeples again asks why her pugnacious PR peddler Daphne Barak was allowed to ‘interview’ in her in prison in the first place.
In the wake of the ‘South Park’ fiasco and her gaining worse ratings than Prince Andrew, Matthew Steeples asks if the chance of a career in politics for the Duchess of Sussex has been scuppered; 81% of respondents to a poll believe she’d never get selected.
Matthew Steeples slams the public purse paying out £165,000 to the reprehensible ratbag Cressida Dick and reminds that this despicable dame went to the same school and same Oxford college as the mucky madam Ghislaine Maxwell.
As former First Sea Lord Admiral Lord West describes Prince Harry as “a stupid boy,” Matthew Steeples suggests the renegade royal’s ‘Spare’ as fit only for use as a “firelighter” given he’s used it as such against his own family in an already viral video interview released yesterday.
In the wake of yet more money being disgracefully wasted on the murky matter of ‘missing’ Madeleine McCann, Matthew Steeples reminds that over £14 million has been spent over 16 years to find NOWT, NADA, NOTHING.
Matthew Steeples wishes readers a very MERRY Christmas and also reminds that Jeffrey Epstein is a bit like that bauble on the tree that didn’t hang itself and suggests that the proverbial turkey Jeremy Clarkson should perhaps get a pass (though not a pardon).
Matthew Steeples asks: “What happened to fact-checking?” in the wake of “berk on a bicycle” Jeremy Vine quoting a fake Twitter account as being that of an ex-Tory MP on his Channel 5 current affairs show.
Matthew Steeples suggests that though Lady Susan Hussey should not have said what she did, the pile on against this 83-year-old has been ludicrous given Ngozi Fulani happily attended a reception hosted by the Queen Consort when she previously suggested “Meghan is a survivor of domestic violence from her in-laws;” one of those in-laws is the Queen Consort.
Matthew Steeples asks: “As a highly respected forensic scientist finds yet more serious flaws in the evidence that led to Jeremy Bamber’s conviction, could this result in this 61-year-old finally being exonerated?”
Matthew Steeples questions if it is right for the former Prime Minister Theresa May to presumably taking wads of wonga to give a speech to the World Travel & Tourism Council in Saudi Arabia given the World Economic Forum ranked the country 141 out of 149 countries on gender equality.
Matthew Steeples suggests that Christian Brückner being charged with further alleged sexual offences should not be taken as meaning he will be charged with anything connected to the murky case of the ‘disappearance’ of Madeleine McCann.