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Quote of the Week – Wilde Morality

Journalist and author Petronella Wyatt is spot on in quoting Oscar Wilde on morality in art; “books are either well written or badly written,” they are not “moral or immoral.”

Quote of the Week – Beasts & Crooks

Dennis Skinner on the now rejected Tory election fraud allegations   Yesterday, the Electoral Commission astonishingly rejected all but one of the allegations of electoral fraud...

Quote of the Week – A Moron in the White House

Donald Trump’s presidency was worryingly first predicted in July 1920   In ten days time, on 20th January 2017, the world will watch in horror as...

Quote of the Week – Annoying Anna

Oliver Estreich perfectly sums up Anna Wintour’s gathering of the brazen and the not so bashful   On Monday night at the Metropolitan Museum of Art...

Quote of the Week: Pointless Diane Abbott

Wannabe Mayor of London Diane Abbott MP boasts about being (on) Pointless   The self-serving loudmouth Diane Abbott MP regularly puts her foot in it, but...

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...

Quote of the Week: Amanda Eliasch on fashion

Writer and filmmaker Amanda Eliasch provides the best summing up of the Twitter storm that has enveloped Dolce and Gabanna   With Elton John attacking Dolce...

Quote of the Week: Royal beer

Queen Victoria on the merits of beer   Our Quote of the Week was shared by The Cross Keys pub on Facebook. It was made Queen...

Quote of the Week: Jeremy Paxman on the new Mrs Clooney

Jeremy Paxman on George Clooney’s new wife’s attempts to repatriate the Elgin Marbles   In this Sunday’s Telegraph, Jeremy Paxman examined Amal Alamuddin’s involvement in trying to...

Quote of the Week: Tony Blair claims: “I’ve not changed”

Tony Blair disputes estimates of his wealth and claims that he just wants to make a difference   Last week, our former Prime Minister Tony Blair...
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Wally of the Week – Phillip Schofield

Tempestuous television presenter Phillip Schofield bizarrely claims to have been murdered in a past life because of a debt.