A brief history of low-level violence
I saw it out of the corner of my eye. Just an object. I was sitting at the table in the sixth form common room, playing cards with my friends in the gap between lessons. I’d made some disparaging remark about the radio being tuned to some godawful local commercial station and then from…
The Mail Train
I saw a curious argument advanced in the wild yesterday.
The discussion was on the hoo-hah around Virgin Trains no longer stocking copies of The Daily Mail on board, a marginal commercial decision (I believe Virgin were selling around 70 copies a day) that Mr Branson had turned into a…
One would have to be blind to not notice the sudden, and recent, uptick in stories and comments about Jeremy Corbyn and his relationship with the Iranian regime. Conservative commentators, politicians, writers and bloggers have – out of nowhere - rediscovered this avenue of attack.