Let's assume you're an excellent journalist (yes, I know for most bloggers this would be a bit of a heroic assumption, but never mind). You spend 15 years working your way up through various jobs until you're editor of a national title. You do the job very well. Then the chairman of the large media … Continue reading Nobody who gets anything wrong should ever be allowed to do anything again
In London, the Greens came in ahead of the swivel-eyed loonies and the Nazis. Hurrah!
UKIP aren't just comedy loons, they're lying bigots: http://tinyurl.com/m74qbe #ukiparetwats # Green Party in 'don't understand decentralised decision-making or economics; are hacks' shock: http://tinyurl.com/nu2kmb # Eric Moody may be an ex-BA captain, but he's also a disgraceful rentaquote hack: http://tinyurl.com/map6qj # CNN were reading off messageboard posts from an unmoderated aeroplane fans' forum last night … Continue reading Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-06-07
[in response to 'fancy going for a beer'?] I will need pure alochol when this shite is over. When, exactly, it's over I don't know
Quote of the day: I’m not sure I can vote UKIP: rather like voting for Hitler because you like his re-armament policies and hope that the bit about the Jews was mostly for show.. Starting a single-issue party that's obsessively dedicated to ending a flawed-but-democratically-elected transnational institution's influence over what happens in your country by … Continue reading The uniforms were also pretty
Not enjoying return to work. Feel utterly poleaxed, even though Monday was a day of great sobriety and moderation. # "What's *like* Butt Hole but slightly more polite?" "I know, 'Archer'!" http://bit.ly/UtterlyButterly # @antonvowl @billybragg bloody hell, that's some scary voodoo you've got there # Germans in 'even more terrifyingly insane than us' award: http://tinyurl.com/rcgfhd … Continue reading Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-05-31
What the ignorant paranoiac says: The threat [of Terribly Bad Things if the Tories don't abolish all public services, taxes, etc] is abstract, but needs to be made real. What this means: There isn't actually a disastrous crisis that means we'll need to abolish all public services, taxes, etc, but if we lie that there … Continue reading Longer Fraser Nelson