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The decline of The Donald

Donald Trump’s Presidential campaign strategy sinks to a new low   Since he announced his intention to stand to become President of the United States of America, Donald Trump has been mocked and criticised in equal...

Wally of the Week: Linda Ann Jenns

Killer who claimed she was too fat to go to prison is deservedly jailed   Linda Ann Jenns is a 30-stone woman who killed a jogger after jumping a red light in her Ford Kuga car...

The transparency of TripAdvisor

After TripAdvisor is exposed for removing reviews at the request of the National Trust’s PR team, it is time that this biased review site got its house in order   TripAdvisor is a review site that...

Wallies of the Week: Nick and Sarah Jensen

Couple who have vowed to divorce if Australia legalises gay marriage deserve nothing but contempt   Yesterday, The Telegraph reported that an Australian couple named Nick and Sarah Jensen have announced that they will divorce if...

You’re just a sex offender

One of Rolf Harris’ victims responds with her own song about this repugnant sex offender   After the jailed paedophile Rolf Harris was lambasted for his leaked letter and insulting song about his victims, one –...

Trimming Trimdon

Tony Blair’s former home heads to auction for £35,000 less than he sold it for in 2010   Myrobella House in Trimdon Colliery, County Durham was Tony Blair’s constituency home between 1983 and 2007. It subsequently...

Repugnant Rolf

Rolf Harris shows his true colours in a letter to a friend (who happily sold him down the river to the ‘Mail on Sunday’)   Today’s Mail on Sunday finally reveals the true colours of Rolf...

Foxtrot Oscar to Foxtons

Foxtons: A scourge on society   There are estate agents and then there’s Foxtons. Not content with charging a landlord client £616 to change a lightbulb and not ashamed to market a squalid flat close...

Video of the Week: Do it

Shia LaBeouf might be nuts but his motivational video truly should strike a chord   Shia LaBeuouf is an actor who happens to do some rather strange and sometimes bad things. He can be excused because...

Trumping Clinton

An American election contest between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton would most definitely be something to relish   On the 16th June, Donald Trump – a man with nearly 3 million followers on Twitter – is...

Word of the Week: Floccinaucinihilipilification

An unusual way of describing something worthless   “Floccinaucinihilipilification” became the longest word ever used in the House of Commons when Jacob Rees-Mogg used it in a debate on the remuneration of EU staff in 2012....

Wally of the Week: Paul O’Grady

Helium loving Paul O’Grady should follow his own words, get on his bike and leave Britain   Paul O’Grady (AKA “Lily Savage”) has been placed under investigation after inhaling helium on his show but it is...

Chucking a headline

The lack of reporting on the real reasons for the ever so brief rise and ever so quick fall of Chuka Umunna MP is telling   The nation used to be able to rely on the...

Video of the Week: A c**t of a personality

UKIP’s leader accidentally described as a c**t by the BBC’s assistant political editor   Yesterday, the BBC’s assistant political editor Norman Smith accidentally called Nigel Farage a c**t on live television.     In our Video of the Week,...

The failure of Farage

Nigel Farage shows UKIP to be nothing but a one-man show after reneging on his promise to stand down and illustrates that all political careers do indeed end in failure also   Nigel Farage continues to...

The coal lady

The new political map of Britain correlates with the locations of the country’s coalfields   Britons can now drive from Land’s End to Scotland without leaving a Conservative constituency but what is truly fascinating about the...

Wally of the Week: The Voice of a Harridan

Multi-millionairess turned raving harridan Charlotte Church ridiculously takes to the streets to protest against the democratically elected Conservative government   Charlotte Church – once described as the “Voice of an Angel” – is now better known for...

Picture of the Week: Sheer lunacy

Monster Raving Loony Party candidate brings a note of humour to the 2015 General Election campaign in posing Ed Miliband style with a bacon sandwich   Ed Miliband proved he couldn’t eat a bacon sandwich on...

Quote of the Week: The reality of Labour

A quote that should guide voters on the 7th May   Our Quote of the Week sums up the reality of what an Ed Milband-led Labour government might mean for Britain.     It reads:   Labour a bunch of rich people convincing...

A body of cause

Matthew Steeples suggests that those protesting against Protein World’s advertising campaign should find another cause   This afternoon around a thousand “feminist terrorists” will gather at Speaker’s Corner in Hyde Park to protest against a perfectly...

Weighing up the NHS

Contrasting the cases of a morbidly overweight woman and a lady with leukaemia   Just as the Daily Mail reported that £100,000 was spent to ‘rescue’ a 60-stone woman from a house in Wales, a lady...

Picture of the Week: Splitting the vote

Conservative candidate’s offices sabotaged by neighbour’s Labour posters   Oliver Colvile, the Conservative candidate for Plymouth, Sutton and Devenport, promises “a better, more secure future” in the window of his campaign headquarters in Devon. His neighbour...

Quote of the Week: Grassing Miliband

Boris Johnson surmised the views of the nation in a Facebook post on Thursday   Mayor of London Boris Johnson spoke for the nation on Thursday when he shared a photo of Ed Miliband on Facebook. The...

Website of the Week: Milibond

Twitter account that turns Ed Miliband into a symbol of cool provides light relief for British voters   There’s nothing positive to say about Ed ‘Two Kitchens’ Milband. The prospect of him as Prime Minister hangs...

Where’s Jack?

Readers who spot and photograph Charles Mitford Cust’s van will be sent a free signed copy of his novel ‘Union Jack’   Businessman Charles Mitford Cust used to drive a Ferrari. He’s now travelling the streets...

Lauding Lucas

George Lucas’ decision to build affordable housing on his estate is commendable – the Candy brothers in London should take note   This week, in the wake of wealthy NIMBY neighbours managing to stop plans to expand...

Wealth not air

Thrillist’s analysis of the best and the worst features of each London neighbourhood yielded fascinating results – most especially in the case of Kensington and Chelsea   This week, Thrillist published a map featuring the 33...

The Establishment strikes again

As Lord Janner gets off scot-free, another example of The Establishment protecting its own is once again illustrated   Lord Janner’s lost his mind so now alleged victims must see justice for his alleged crimes against...

Picture of the Week: Victory for Hameron

Is a pig named after David Cameron sweeping to victory a sign of things to come?   Yesterday, a pig named David Hameron swept to victory in Devon after a race where micropig Nigel Forage ducked...

Picture of the Week: Drought and degradation

An aerial shot of homes in Rancho Mirage, California provides evidence about the effects of untrammelled growth and excessive water consumption   Our Picture of the Week illustrates the catastrophic effects man can have on the...

Picture of the Week: Parliament’s out

London Underground worker shares an amusing view on the dissolution of Parliament   Transport for London workers certainly annoy us all from time to time when they go on strike but one or two of them have...

Wally of the Week: Aidan Burley MP

Conservative MP Aidan Burley used his final speech in the House of Commons to attack his constituents and to moan about parliamentary pay   Aidan Burley has done some pretty stupid things in his time. Attending...