Worst Architect Prize

3rd May 2017 4

Two or three weeks ago a headline in the Guardian newspaper informed a no doubt flabbergasted readership that refugees to this country were disproportionately allocated to reside in its poorest areas. Personally, I did not […]

What do you mean?

2nd May 2017 1

We hear a lot of analysis of recent and forthcoming elections: which disappointed voters chose Trump in November, why Macron’s policies appeal to France, is Merkel leader of the free world, and so on. Even […]

Raging Bull versus the Feminazis

1st May 2017 2

In 1987, When Arturo Di Modica forked out $350,000 of his own money to cast and place a statue of a charging bull on Wall Street, he did so as a gift to the people […]

Suffer the Little Children

30th April 2017 3

We can always count on the Church of England to come up with an exciting new wheeze to stave off the final throes of bankruptcy.  So they have got Rev’d Canon Dr Sandra Millar, head of […]

Same old Frogland

25th April 2017 5

In an uncertain world, it’s reassuring to fortify oneself with a few truisms such as All Cows Eat Grass, All Men Are Mortal and All Entries For The Eurovision Song Contest Are Bound To Be […]

Did Big Pharma Push China’s One-Child Policy?

25th April 2017 0

Beijing is reversing its one-child policy. Effective from 1st January this year, the State allows each couple a second child. Two years ago, on Valentine’s Day, I was collected from Tiananmen Square in an official’s […]

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