Thursday, July 9, 2020

Rob Slane: The King steps in to cover childcare bills

(This is the penultimate instalment of Rob Slane’s medieval tale of State intervention, read yesterday’s chapter here where the captains of industry colluded to...

Reader’s Comments: Brexiteers are not knuckle-dragging idiots

In response to David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Radio 4 still fights the last propaganda war against Brexit, Dr Evil wrote: I voted Brexit as did all...

Paul T Horgan: The Left denies it but two sides fought at Orgreave

Jeremy Corbyn wasted the first of his six questions at Mrs May's first Prime Minister's Questions. This was a genuine waste, different from the...

Cresta Norris: The real NHS crisis is that there is no money for bed blocking

Failure of consequential imagination is common amongst those of us who enjoy a second and then a third glass of wine...it is easy to...

Rob Slane: Captains of industry collude against the family unit

(This is the third of a five-part journey into Rob Slane’s medieval kingdom. Read part two here, where the tyrannical State has so far...

Rev Jules Gomes: The Devil enlists feminists and lust to make a workplace for wandering hands

My dear Wormwood, How good and pleasant it is to watch the feminists get their knickers in a twist. Forty years ago we celebrated with...

Reader’s Comment: Our pampered princesses don’t know how lucky they are

In response to Karen Harradine: Obsession with victimhood will be the downfall of the West, Bik Byro wrote: Whining about trivia is a first-world problem. When...

Laura Perrins: I am more likely to be rescued by a macho man than a ‘spornosexual’

If we want to know how bad things are in the academy then look no further than this gem of a report from Dr...

David Keighley’s BBC Watch: Radio 4 still fights the last propaganda war against Brexit

What could be the biggest threat to Brexit? Tory back-sliding and plotting by remainiacs like Anna Soubry? Undoubtedly they will have spent much of the...

Paul T Horgan: We should ban strikes on the railways

The quality of British journalism is falling. It is partly the fault of the BBC. Well, mostly. As media converge onto an internet-based standard,...