The Just Stop Oil ‘protestors’ who attacked a Van Gogh yesterday should be branded as what they truly are: Moronic vandals; that their organisation is funded by a member of the Getty family is even more outrageous.
In her latest feature discussion shared on YouTube, Amanda Eliasch sparks debate about Ukraine and ignites passion and fury from eternally eccentric Philip Sallon and anything but bashful Brexiteer Alice Grant.
Matthew Steeples reviews ‘Bloody Difficult Women’ – a play about Brexit, Theresa May, Gina Miller and struggle and sacrifice– and finds it relevant as we face the ongoing fallout from Britain’s decision to leave the EU and as Putin’s tanks roll into Ukraine.
Matthew Steeples revisits the Prime Minister’s wife Carrie Johnson’s curious links to Russians, sexual exposes and hoaxers and suggests she’s definitely also living in a ‘Carry On Up (The) Ukraine’ style.
As President Putin invades Ukraine, we highlight some of the worst apologists for Russia in Britain and what they’ve had to say about this tyrant and his rotten regime – amongst them Arron Banks, Bernie Ecclestone and Nigel Farage.
Gerry and Kate McCann rake in £773,600 of private money in spite of admitting there is “nothing much to report” 14 years into the fast approaching £13 million public funded investigation into the dubious ‘disappearance’ of their daughter Madeleine.
Lady Victoria Hervey shows herself to be a contradictory cretin by selling PPE but refusing to wear a mask herself; she fails to mention her ex-lover Prince Andrew or links to Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell.