Taking a cynical look at the Leveson inquiry and concluding that it is summoning all the wrong people and asking them all the wrong questions.
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A satirical look at the mysterious case of the death of Neil Heywood. He got out of his depth in the politics of Chongqing. Hercule Poirot is on the case. Further developments will be reported on this website.
A hard look at the type of person who becomes a terrorist. Mohammed Merah wants to die for his cause. The Olympics will be targeted by others like him. We need to be on our guard.
How’s Fukushima Doing, You May Be Asking Yourself. Good Question, That.
Asking all sorts of questions: why do we need the Un or the EU and how come no one’s punished for starting wars on false pretences?
The young generation has been seriously let down by adults. That’s why it rebelled.
Ben Delicious writes: It’s this time again, people, when we tackle the thorny subject of sex and sex related issues. This time we decided to answer some of the questions that have been sent to us by our readers, leading politicians, both acting and retired. The first question comes from George, who currently lives in Texas and travels under an assumed name to avoid possible prosecution for something he’s done when he was a bit younger. He writes: I like […]
R.F.Wilson writes: As the second of the TV debates between the leaders of the three biggest political parties in Britain ends in confusion as to who actually came out on top we ask: why the hell there was not a single seriously juicy question asked during the proceedings and where on earth did Sky News that was hosting the debate get those sad pathetic wankers to make up the live studio audience? Who gives a damn what the three leaders […]
Adam Lovejoy writes: As the Equality and Human Rights Commission takes the racist British National Party (BNP) to court over its refusal to allow blacks and Asians to join its ranks, we ask: how come the Black Police Association does not have any white members in it? And, on the same note: why is it that anti-racist groups are discriminating against racists and, in a more worrying development, why does the Irish mob in Britain shun non-Irish criminals? And why […]
Now that the terrorists, who had brought death and destruction to Mumbai, the leading financial centre in India, are wiped out or captured by the security forces, it is time for reflection. You may say that it is too early to learn from the lessons of Mumbai and that the terrible tragedy is still too vivid in people’s imagination: blood stains have not been wiped off the street payments and carpets in hotels and the collective shock has not yet […]