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Video of the Week: It’s The Benny Brown Show

Gordon Brown and Michelle Mone in parody accompanied by the music of The Benny Hill Show   As Labour’s elite desperately try to derail Jeremy Corbyn’s efforts to become leader of their party,our Video of the...

Scrap the toothless poodle

Matthew Steeples suggests the disgrace of Camila Batmanghelidjh should signal the death knell for the “do-nothing” organisation that is the Charity Commission   News on Sunday that the controversial Kids Company boss Camila Batmanghelidjh had a...

Birds of a feather – Julian Assange and Lord Janner

Julian Assange and Lord Janner are very similar sorts   Julian Assange and Lord Janner are both well-known individuals. They both face charges relating to alleged sexual assaults and they both think they’re above the law.     On...

Off the page

Why did ‘The Spectator’ give the convicted paedophile Jonathan King the space to gush about Edward Heath?   In a week when the “(not) so saintly” Camilla Batmanghelidjh claimed “I am being suppressed because I know...

Linking Heath and Savile

The links between Edward Heath and Jimmy Savile potentially run deeper than has been previously suggested; it is now time such claims were properly examined   When it was revealed that several police forces had begun investigations...

Palmer’s got that sinking feeling

Have the billionaire Clive Palmer’s ridiculous plans to recreate the Titanic sunk without a trace?   As the larger than life Australian billionaire and federal member for Fairfax Clive Palmer announced he is bizarrely set to headline a...

August shockers

Isn’t it time we saved “being shocked” for times when it is really required? Not in August it seems   Yesterday, many reacted in horror when the motor mouth Katie Hopkins mocked so-called “celebrities” for paying...

Second claim against Clarke

Investigative news website ‘Exaro’ go it alone and report that Kenneth Clarke is under investigation for a second claim of indecent assault   Last Thursday, Ben Fellows was cleared of attempting to pervert the course of...

Back Zac

The Steeple Times backs Zac Goldsmith as the Conservative candidate to be Mayor of London   London needs a strong mayor and a worthy successor to Boris Johnson. With Sol Campbell sadly out of the running,...

It’s not Alwight

As Michael Barrymore announces he is to sue the police who arrested him for an alleged murder, it is time he instead took responsibility for his actions   Disgraced entertainer Michael Barrymore is a man incapable...

Wally of the Week: Amy Roberts

Moaning Tube driver Amy Roberts sums up all that is wrong about the mentality of London Underground workers   Aside from the serious disruption caused by this week’s London Undergound Tube drivers’ strike, whinging ASLEF, RMT,...

From Russia with Cash

Anyone who watches Channel 4’s ‘From Russia With Cash’ will agree that it is now time for estate agents to be regulated suggests Matthew Steeples   On Wednesday, Channel 4 showed a 45-minute documentary in which an actor...

The end of freedom

Britain takes a turn for the worse   Yesterday, I received two rather shocking missives. One came from a lady I’ve never met who had been sent hate mail by the Rolf Harris apologist Lizzie Cornish...

Trouncing Trump

Donald Trump’s campaign to become President of the United States of America goes awry   Not content with having described all Mexicans as “rapists”, wannabe President of the United States of America Donald Trump has now...

A tweet too far

Her Majesty’s Prison Services ought to revoke fraudster Ben Fiberesima’s ability to use such sites as Twitter   Despite being jailed on 6th May for three years and eight months, an arrogant rapper and model turned...

Donald’s disaster

As Donald Trump’s campaign to become President descends into chaos, it would make sense for him to quit whilst he’s still ahead   On Tuesday, Donald Trump announced that he is to seek the Republican nomination...

Change and Harris

As a Rolf Harris supporter blames everyone but the paedophile himself for the publication of his vile views on his victims, it is time that Change.org closed down the inappropriate petition that seeks to...

Wally of the Week: Richard Littlejohn

Richard Littlejohn’s attack on the memory of the late Jean-Charles de Menezes is an utter disgrace   Richard Littlejohn has the misfortune to look like the convicted criminal Thomas McLoughlin. He also has the distinctly disagreeable...

Supporting Sol

‘The Steeple Times’ backs Sol Campbell for Mayor of London   On Monday, Sol Campbell threw his hat into the ring and announced he is standing as a potential Conservative candidate to be Mayor of London....

Tatiana Giraud

Matthew Steeples highlights a fantasist and party crasher who should be banished from polite society   Tatiana Giraud can best be described as two things: A fantasist and a party crasher. Yesterday, this horror took to...

Tatiana Giraud

Matthew Steeples highlights a fantasist and party crasher who should be banished from polite society   Tatiana Giraud can best be described as two things: A fantasist and a party crasher. Yesterday, this horror took to...

Boating with a Birka

Boat shrouded with a veil provides a reminder that it is again time to debate banning burkas in Britain   A photograph of a boat named BIRKA II covered with a black shroud provides a somewhat...

The silent evil

‘The Steeple Times’ highlights a shadowy evil lurking in our midst in Europe: Stille Hilfe   Whilst ISIS destroying world heritage sites in Syria is truly appalling, we should also realise that another form of evil...

Maxing the council

A £1.15 million ex-council flat sums up just how bonkers the Chelsea property market truly is   They say: “Buy the worst house in the best street” but when that costs £1.15 million, you know something...

Carswell’s not short of sense

Matthew Steeples salutes the independence of Douglas Carswell MP and praises his having rejected Nigel Farage’s demand that he take £650,000 in “Short money”   When Douglas Carswell MP defected to UKIP in 2014, many Conservatives were disappointed...

The grockles of K&C

Survey of locations with the highest percentage of second homes gives indication as to why so many long-established businesses are closing down in Kensington and Chelsea; in some streets in the borough second home...

Britain has spoken

The lights need not be turned out after Britain rejected Labour and the Liberal Democrats   Nick Clegg declared it had been a “cruel and punishing night” for the Liberal Democrats whilst Labour’s Ed Miliband’s pledge...

Let’s not have to turn out the lights

‘The Steeple Times’ reimagines ‘The Sun’s’ 1992 election winning front page and urges readers to vote Conservative   In 1992, The Sun is credited with turning John Major into a winner when they ran a front page carrying...

A bind for Bindi

Matthew Steeples details his experiences with the trolls supporting Rolf Harris as his daughter, Bindi Nicholls, strangely contradicts herself on the Internet in a rant in support of this convicted paedophile   It is perfectly legitimate...

Something has to change

Matthew Steeples suggests that the way in which allegations of sexual offences are investigated in Britain needs to change   On Friday, a friend of mine answered bail in relation to a false allegation of sexual...

The appeal of Assange

As Julian Assange is granted the right to appeal against an arrest warrant for an alleged rape, Matthew Steeples examines the high profile individuals who have visited him during his time at the Embassy of Ecuador...

Wally of the Week: Keith Vaz

It is time that the Labour politician Keith Vaz asked himself some questions about his role in protecting the alleged paedophile Lord Janner   Keith Vaz is a politician continually linked with controversy and in today’s...