Friday, February 21, 2020

Weaver Sheridan

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Weaver Sheridan is an amateur local historian and wannabe best-selling novelist.

EU trade talks: Italy demands return of Hadrian’s Wall

TALKS on an EU trade deal were plunged into fresh crisis last night after Italy demanded that Britain must hand back Hadrian’s...

Lady Nuggy, still keeping up appearances

‘GOOD morning, the Nugee residence! The lady of the house speaking!’ –  ‘Oh, sorry, I was trying to get through...

When board games were a monk’s habit

A PEBBLE-SIZED piece of glass found on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne off the Northumbrian coast is showing how even the Dark...

Might veggie dogs have a bone to pick with their owners?

A DOG running away from a butcher’s shop with a string of sausages between its teeth used to be a classic canine...

Oscars goody bags – the austerity edition

AMAZING goody bags containing gifts worth 100,000 dollars – more than £70,000 – will be handed to selected stars at tonight’s Oscars ceremony...

Boris’s rolling Brexit show, coming soon to a month near you

JUST lately, every month seems to be nominated for some cause or other, from Veganuary (giving up meat) through to Movember (growing...

Punctuation marks come to a full stop in Brexit coin row

THE controversy over the 50p Brexit commemorative coin took a dramatic twist yesterday when militant punctuation marks went on strike.

Boris’s Adventures in Wonderland

WITH the clock running down to Brexit at 11pm, Boris Johnson has travelled to Sunderland to hold a symbolic Cabinet meeting, because...

The EU jargonaut wrecks trade talks

HOPES of a British trade deal with the EU sank yesterday after preliminary talks ended in squabbling – over sets of initials.

Caesar has a seizure as cost of high-speed chariotway doubles

AS an admirer of ancient Rome, Boris Johnson knows history can teach us valuable lessons.  So, as he ponders...

Leadership agony of the Proles-Royce MPs

WITH nominations for the Labour leadership closing today, the spotlight has again been turned on the ‘prolier-than-thou’ credentials of the contenders. Understandably,...

I’ve been prolier than thou for 12,000 years, says Labour hopeful

AFTER Labour leadership contender Rebecca Long Bailey was accused of exaggeration over her upbringing, the party has set up an independent panel to...

Coming soon: a Parliament full of old relics

AN astonishing collection of religious relics donated to Battle Abbey in Sussex by William the Conqueror has been newly identified. 

Overheard at the State Opening

AS Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn walked into the House of Lords for the State Opening of Parliament yesterday, the tension between...

In Sweden I wanna know, what’s the name of the shame?

AS the climate change controversy takes wing, the buzzword this year has been flygskam – a Swedish term which means ‘flying shame’ (Flyg = flight, skam =shame).

Lifting the bonnet on Blair’s meeting with Mondeo Man

AS the 2019 election battle hots up, the parties are desperately trying to win the support of so-called Workington Man. He’s said...

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