A great series win for England in Sri Lanka, as a result who has booked themselves a ticket on the plane to the West Indies and who has put their hands up for the Ashes? Recently, England's test side has been so poor that even a local village 3rd xi could have done better, with … Continue reading England win in Sri Lanka, what next?
An odd title for an article? It would seem so, if my wonderful esteemed readers would allow me to pontificate a little bit, though I promise not to be as boring as Justin Welby. There are a number of eschatological elements to the bible referring to the coming of Christ in the last days of … Continue reading Brexit Blessings
A few weeks ago I wrote that we are at the end of a political era, I strongly believe that is still the case. The politicians and media just haven't realised it yet. As we approach Bonfire Night, let us take a trip through our history books and into why celebrate bonfire night. We celebrate … Continue reading Gunpowder, Treason and Plot
Short of a comprehensive free trade agreement with mutual standards of recognition, a WTO brexit was always going to be the inevitable. And so after nearly two years of bullshitting and backsliding we have moved no further than granny in the snow on her zimmer frame. With the EU holding a no deal summit and … Continue reading No Deal Brexit – Here we come!
Oh dear, oh dear, oh dear... where to begin. The mother of British democracy on a life support machine, a mere relic of her former self - abused and distorted beyond all recognition. It is often said the east way to tell if a politicians is lying is to watch if his or her lips … Continue reading Incompetent Institutions – Chapter 2: House of Commons
What an absolute shambles and a disgrace, it would be funny if it wasn't true. There is more chance of a blind man with no arms beating Robin Hood in an archery competition, than there is of Theresa May producing good fudge. (If we want any fudge, we tend to go Thornton's rather than No. … Continue reading Salzburg Cesspit
Brexit is just a few months away and our institutions somehow make the Monster Raving Loony Party look rather capable. When they say "vote loon", are we actually voting for the loons in the conservative and labour parties? As it would seem, the loonies have taken over the asylum and the inevitable result is a … Continue reading Incompetent Institutions – Chapter 1: House of Lords