217 Responses to Weekend 18 March 2023

  1. Nibor says:

    That interview with “ Hezza” ( Heseltine) on the Radio 4 Politics Show – with the editor of the EU obsessed Financial Times .

    Heseltine said that usual cliche about Britain and ‘ Influence’ .

    The BBC always allows guests to spout that nonsense without ever questioning them about it .

    Why should Britain have Influence in the EU or any other part of the world ?
    Is it ;
    The horse trading that goes on and they pathetically believe our civil serpents and Foreign Office wallahs are good at protecting the ordinary People of this country?
    Or ;
    Britain is morally superior to all those other countries- or those other countries are morally inferior to us ( isn’t that racist?) .

    Because I know that I , me , myself , Nibor , won’t have Influence via The Powers That Be when they go into negotiations and neither will you . If you are a tax paying normal member of the general public your interests are not considered. You are there to pay up and be ignored.
    It’s the Swamp’s interests that they protect .

    I’m sorry if the above is depressing but we must face facts.
    We grew up thinking our country was great and respected throughout the world . We read the Ladybird books and knew our history and culture. We thought the PTB were on our side .
    But they’re not . They are a mixture of the old Sir Humphrey self servers and the new Gramscians who want international institutions to run the world .

    We now must see ourselves like the Austrians see themselves . Or the Swedes , Spanish and Turks . They had empires , but now they run their countries for themselves, not as global policemen .
    Putin is trying to rerun the Soviet empire , does Britain look like that ?


    • Fedup2 says:

      It is strange that there still is some residual view that Britain is ‘great ‘. It’s not – it’s a diminished burnt out husk . A example was Blair being interviewed recently about his motivation to go into an illegal war in Iraq – he said he wanted the American president to think of England when he wanted to ring ‘Europe ‘ .

      The interviewer never asked ‘why is there a benefit to being on an American presidents ‘ contact list ?

      It’s like that non existent ‘soft power ‘ crap the bbc uses to justify the ‘world service ‘. It’s a lie . Britain is just another country – and should act that way – sell the seat on the UN Security Council – maybe to Etihad .

      All that ‘projecting power ‘ nonsense by semi working aircraft carriers when we can’t afford to run the aircraft … what a joke – just keep the nukes to extract revenge after we are all blown away …

      Stay out of other peoples’ wars – unless there is a real benefit to us – the people . Stop having a ‘proud history ‘ of being mugged by asylum seekers . Pull out of international treaties – screw the moral high ground – what value is there in that for people whose standard of living is dropping as huge population increases go uncontrolled …

      The old lie about being the 5th biggest economy is also a deceit – and should not be used to justify giving borrowed tax cash to the third world without real benefit to voters ‘ taxpayers .

      It would all be easy to do – but there is no political drive from anyone to do it – nor in thr forseeable future ….

      … and I don’t need to hear some ego maniac ‘coast man ‘ spouting OFCOM compliant waste of oxygen each week …


      • Nibor says:

        Totally agree .
        When Britain was at its most powerful was the time the Powers That Be decided on the Splendid Isolation .
        The USA was more powerful when it was isolationist pre 1941 than when it was sucked in .
        It’s best to be a’ sleeping giant’ and not ‘ woken and filled him with a terrible resolve ‘ as the Japanese admiral said after Pearl Harbour .

        Millions of middle class people live in other parts of the globe and are happy with their lot and not upset that their country doesn’t have this Influence . They’re happier that their country spends its taxes on them , not splurged on international things to give a small group of bureaucrats a sense of power .

        Remember when Tony Blair used Britain’s “ influence” to expand the EU eastwards? So we got more countries to pay for and unlimited immigration . I bet all workers who had their wages cut were chuffed with their’ influence ‘ .
        And it was hailed as a British victory of influence .

        When the halfwits say that Britain Must Have Influence it definitely doesn’t mean that I have influence, or you have influence or the other contributors to this site have influence or any other ordinary person who is blameless, paid taxes and thinks normal things has influence .
        It means the stupid people who think they are are knowledgable and clever have influence – and are run rings round by the foreigners.


  2. digg says:

    The last couple of hours watching tv shows me that around 90% of people on commercials are now non-white.

    We have arrived at the point of blatant and unbelievable brainwashing now!

    The idiots driving this simply want to blame white people for being white and eliminate them.

    The people doing this are the real brainwashed and rather stupid ones. It will not work out as they expect and I rather suspect they are creating the conditions for a massive future conflict. White people are not just going to fade away however much these bastards try.

    In some ways I rather hope so, time for a bloody reset!


    • digg says:

      As far as the above post is concerned. I don’t think the various purveyors of goods promoted by such a tidal wave of diversity really want to go that route. It is likely that they are under extreme pressure from the likes of OFCOM which to all intents and purposes is a Marxist quango organisation handed legal power by stupid, and short-sighted Governments. Aided and abetted of course by the denizens of lefty millennials who flood the advertising industry and consider themselves as activists rather than creatives.

      As a developer I have to rub shoulders with these types and can vouch from my own experience that the vast majority do see themselves as social crusaders who’s mission to maximise sales and profits is very secondary to showing their politics and social affiliations.


  3. theisland says:


    That is absolutely not the sort of story, we don’t want to be bringing you on a very big sporting weekend as it is.


  4. tomo says:

    wait for it….


  5. tomo says:

    Given what I’ve seen of TDS – this was to be expected….


    • StewGreen says:

      BTW Viva Frei and Barnes have explained before ,that The New York court system has an extra strong bias against Trump
      so cases are almost always filed there.


  6. tomo says:

    yeah… whataboutery – but relevant


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  9. BurnaTyreForGreta says:

    The BBC licence would not last the first year of a true conservative government


  10. StewGreen says:

    BBC fake photos again ?
    I mentioned last week the Guardian ran a very similar drought porn story
    and used a LOW tide river photo
    .. and later put a correction note at the bottom

    Here BBC talk about alleged current drought but use a September 2021 STOCK photo


  11. JohnC says:

    BBC newspaper round-up : they chose this story to highlight for us from The Mirror:

    ‘”Britain should be proud of Lineker”, declares the Sunday Mirror, as it reports that refugee Rasheed Baluch who lived with the presenter for weeks, has praised his host. ‘

    ‘for weeks’. = less than 3. And I bet Gary wasn’t around much while he was there.

    I think the BBC permanent staff see Lineker as a victory and in their bubble, they think they have embarassed the government and made sure they will not dare to call out any bias again.

    This is from the other arse-cheek, The Guardian in the wake of jug-lugs:

    The corporation remains one of the most trusted providers, according to the latest Opinium poll. Two in five trust BBC News and 26% distrust it, giving it a “net trust” of +14%.

    WTF is ‘net trust’ ??. Talk about lies, damn lies and statistics. 60% do not trust BBC news enoug to say they actively trust it. That’s the headline.


  12. Guest Who says:

    Jeremy Corbyn MP, writes…

    The asylum seekers of today are our doctors, carers, teachers, neighbours and friends of tomorrow.

    Clearly a dedicated BBC viewer.

    I have no doubt many genuine asylum seekers pursuing legal means of entry are all those things.


  13. Guest Who says:

    Soaf. Also young.


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  15. taffman says:

    “Public emergency alerts to be sent to all UK mobile phones”
    More fear, fear, and control.
    Lockdown and lockdown on demand.


  16. AsISeeIt says:

    Trumped up charges edition

    It turns out that in this newfound legalistic globalistic liberalised managerial regime of ours we won’t just vote out political enemies we don’t like…

    All stand… Hear Ye, Hear Ye, this Court is now in session… here come da Judge…!

    Donald Trump claimed he is going to be arrested on Tuesday… US media reported that law enforcement was preparing for Mr Trump to be indicted… (Telegraph)

    Boris Johnson: Ex-PM to reveal evidence in his defence over Partygate… in his defence ahead of a grilling by MPs… over whether he misled Parliament… faces a crucial televised evidence session… The committee is yet to publish its final verdict (BBC)

    World leaders back court on Putin war crimes charge (Observer) – that’ll just be Joe Biden and the German chancellor, by the way.

    Here Comes The Judge was performed by Pigmeat Markham in 1968: best known as a comedian, Markham was also a singer, dancer, and actor… His boisterous, indecorous “heyeah (here) come da judge” schtick, which made a mockery of formal courtroom etiquette, became his signature routine… Markham would sit at an elevated judge’s bench (often in a black graduation cap-and-gown, to look more impressive), and deal with a series of comic miscreants. He would often deliver his “judgments”, as well as express frustration with the accused, by leaning over the bench and smacking the accused with an inflated bladder-balloon. He had hit comedy recordings in the 1960s on Chess Records, and saw his routine’s entry line become a catchphrase on the Rowan & Martin’s Laugh-In NBC television show (Thank you, Wiki)

    You’ll remember what an absolute boon the NHS Track and Trace app on your phone proved to be?

    Public emergency alerts to be sent to all UK mobile phones… A siren-like alert will be sent to mobile phone users across the UK next month to test a new government public warning system… It allows the government and emergency services to send urgent messages warning the public of life-threatening situations like flooding or wildfires (BBC)

    Tony Blair and William Hague call for everyone to have digital ID cards… The former Labour and Conservative leaders have put their political differences aside to push for the roll-out of digital ID (Sky News, February 2023)

    The man extradited to the UK for a 41-year-old pub brawl… Decades after moving to the US, retired construction worker Rory McGrath was extradited to the UK to face trial for a 41-year-old crime… Rory McGrath had just stepped through his front door carrying the morning newspaper when a dozen or so officers from the US Marshals Service arrived at his New York home with their guns drawn. They ordered his wife and twin 18-year-old sons out of bed at gunpoint. It was May 2021 and New York was starting to emerge from Covid restrictions, but for McGrath and his family it was just the start of a “nightmare that has never ended”. The officers were acting at the request of prosecutors in England. McGrath, a retired construction worker, faced extradition and trial in the UK… “I believe I was forced to abscond because [of] the simple reason they fabricated identification,” he says… Eventually he was found not guilty. CPS guidance states that extraditions should only be used where it is “clearly appropriate and proportionate”… It maintains that assaults on police officers are a serious matter regardless of when they happened, and that it was right to put all the evidence before a jury: “Two judges, including the trial judge, ruled that there was no abuse of process by the prosecution in this case.”… In February this year, a jury rejected the prosecution case and found McGrath not guilty. He had always maintained his innocence. (BBC)

    You join the dots the BBC don’t.


  17. atlas_shrugged says:

    Oh look another plane, another pilot, Capt had chest pains:

    Definitely will not be reported by the cover-up BBC.

    Anyone noticing rather more cars driving into ditches, and lorries carreering into pedestrians and other vehicles?


  18. Thoughtful says:

    Just listening to a review of the financials this weekend and the issue of Silicon Valley bank and the absolute and utter corruption of the Mafia Democrat party yet again.

    The failure of the silicon valley bank has been well reported, and I expect everyone knows about it. I expect most people know that although there has not been a bail out of the bank, that Janet Yellen agreed to use tax payer money in order to provide unlimited guarantees to depositors in the bank over and above the $250K that they would normally be guaranteed for.

    The media has covered Janet Yellens’ explanation that this is to provide confidence to bank depositors in the USA and the fears of a bank run.

    This is a lie. It doesn’t take much thought to prove it’s a lie, and that behind that lie is a much more corrupt and sinister reason, which is clearly on the record and available should you choose to look.

    The guarantee is applicable only for the SVB Bank (Possibly for the other California Bank First Republic). When Yellen was questioned in the Senate as to whether this guarantee was going to be extended to other banks in non Democrat states such as Oklahama the answer was an emphatic “No”.

    It gets worse though, because within the SVB were any number of large depositors who were significant donors to the mafia Democrat party. I expect at this point the reason for the accusation of corruption has become clear.

    Yellen has used taxpayer funds in order to secure the donor funds to her party and has denied their use for any other bank not in a Democrat state.

    Now where’s that Marianna Spring and her disinformation unit?


    • Sluff says:

      A friend living in Palo Alto reports that the among the many designer outlet stores in the shopping malls there are Tesla shops. Yep. Not a garage but a shop in a shopping mall. The electric car is thus defined not as a form of transport but a must-have piece of high-end apparel.

      How are Silicon Valley IT Democrat -supporting wokes supposed to live if their SVB bank accounts are not fully protected?


    • G says:


      My understanding is that lack of guarantees for those in the US and their savings with smaller, regional banks will have the desired effect of shepherding concerned savers to the welcoming arms of the larger, “Too Big To Fail” banks. All in line with the WEF plans as now, all the developed World is signed up to the implementation of CBDC’s by 2025


      • Thoughtful says:

        Jamie Dimon ceo of JP Morgan is a Democrat supporter and they are certainly welcoming new business and they would I’m sure to have been only too happy to pick over the carcass of SVB but that has been denied to them.

        Together with Yellen (who happens to have got absolutely everything wrong which she has pronounced upon) they arraged a $30 Bn short term liquidity support for the regional banks in the form of cash deposits which at first was welcomed, then when it became obvious the cash was only for 180 days the market changed its mind on Friday with the plunge on the market.

        It’s also interesting that the bail out which wouldn’t cost taxpayers anything, has led to the Fed increasing it’s dedt sheet for this by $297 Billion in just three days.

        When Grandma Yellen says something you can bet the opposite is really the case!


  19. Guest Who says:

    They might be regretting posting this…


  20. Sluff says:

    Toady on Sunday.

    An extended piece about why the government’s attempts to stop the rubberised cross channel ferries is so awful.

    In classic BBC style, two people were interviewed. One thought it was awful and the other………also thought it was awful.

    In a neat twist, both interviewees were Jewish.

    Could the BBC producer’s careful planning have possibly gone any better?


  21. G says:

    If you had any, or any lingering doubts that the lying cheating MP’s / Government detest the general public, this video of a solitary MP and his concerns for the public should finally bring any illusions to an end. The whole of the public should be forced to watch and appreciate the oft used expression: “They Work For You”.

    My personal view of the Covid debacle is that the Government intentionally took the opportunity to kill off as many older people as they could. Uptick on the Inheritance Tax / Halting Pensions and/or perhaps Social Security side of the balance sheet.

    The UK Government has now become a life-threatening danger to the public. Excluding recent arrivals of course.


  22. tomo says:


  23. gb123 says:

    Among this year’s Comic Relief donations will be one from the Nigerian Prince’s foundation. They have kindly agreed to donate if we give them account details to deposit the money. For a measly fee of $1,000,000 dollars.

    Just in case of trolls, this is a joke, not misinformation.


  24. Foscari says:

    Alex Scott will replace the indisposed Gary Lineker in todays FA Cup match between Brighton-Grimsby. Scott ticks every possible box the BBC has, to replace Lineker. And it is odds on that when
    Lineker leaves the BBC Alex Scott will replace him ion Match of
    the Day.


    • StewGreen says:

      Gary Lineker can’t speak today
      cos Alastair Campbell is not available to PUT THE WORDS IN HIS MOUTH.. or in his tweets.


      • Guest Who says:

        This is worth repeating.

        Mad Al had the BBC doing his bidding in the Bliar era, which took in a few wars and a less than explicable tragic death domestically.

        He has never been off the corporate broadcast airwaves since, often solo, for his apparent ‘insights’.

        Now he is the guy close and very personal with a footyballist who says things that very much serve ideological agendas over truth again. And makes a lot of money doing so.

        The likes of Toenails, Mishal, VD, and many recently pensioned off from the politics beat might be asked what his appeal still is.


    • Johnda says:

      Oh goody(sarc)


  25. StewGreen says:

    Alastair Campbell is a Burnley fan so was pictured laughing at joking with Leneker at the match yesterday (next to an Indian guy, maybe Gary’s bodyguard)
    When Mike Graham tweeted the pic Campbell was foaming
    “Yes the picture says … isn’t it great that you won against a bunch of right wing snowflake shock jocks
    who have a bit of a problem with free speech unless it’s their bullshit
    and wonder why that guy with the Man City coat isn’t on a one way Air Sewerella flight to Rwanda?”

    .. Did DrDavidKelly have free speech ?


  26. theisland says:

    Eva feared the ruling parties would still be able to form a majority in the Senate to pass the nitrogen policies with the help of the Labour Party and the green-left (sounds familiar)
    but good news

    I assume nothing on the bBC?


    • G says:

      I don’t want to be negative and I applaud the success of the now BBB Party, but looking around the World at these individual successes, it has to occur to the WEF that methods to side-step so-called “Democracy” is in need of urgent attention. For them, the 2020 US election procedure has to be the way forward. Keep watching here in 2024. How reliable are the UK courts / election overseers’? The have no doubt already been infiltrated.


    • StewGreen says:

      I hope all those BBB members stay alive


  27. tomo says:

    Absurd driven by profound ignorance is what UK Labour specialise in isn’t it?


    • Sluff says:

      If ever there was an example of my thesis that the Far Left’s route to power is to so burden the market economy that it crashes – and hence the strategy is to make sure those burdens increase in both number and value, and thus the burden of literally any example/ cause will do, then this is it.

      But then again, given the, ahem, non-white, Asian majority make up of Webbe’s Leicester East constituency, what we also have is a flagrant variation on Pork Barrel politics.

      By shamelessly pandering to her constituents, her disdain for this country becomes clear, and by presuming to garner votes by this process so does that of many of her constituents.


    • StewGreen says:

      Webbe’s tweet got 251 Likes (less than 1% of views)
      MCB’s tweet of a screenshot got 185 Likes (less than 0.7 percent of views)


  28. Flotsam says:

    Emergency text messages will be sent to all UK mobile phones on April 23rd.
    IPhone users will be given directions to emergency centres offering medical facilities, food and shelter. Android users will be advised to look after themselves.


  29. StewGreen says:

    Simon Webb “I’ve never seen any evidence there were 15,000 black people living in London in 1776”


  30. Eddy Booth says:

    “Public emergency alerts to be sent to all UK mobile phones”

    “A siren-like alert will be sent to mobile phone users across the UK next month to test a new government public warning system.
    Phone users will have to acknowledge the alert before they can use other features on their devices.
    A message will appear on the home screens of people’s devices during the test, with vibration and a loud warning sound that will ring for about 10 seconds, even if the phone is set to silent.

    Lovely. How long before it force switches on your location too, for a quick track.

    “The system – is being modelled on similar schemes used in the US, Canada, Japan and The Netherlands.”

    What a surprise, the usual authoritarian globalist countries all rolling out the same “help”


    • TrickCyclist says:

      Hmm, aren’t we supposed to use a “Run, hide, tell” system in this country in the event of a weapons-based terrorist attack?
      While you’re doing the second one, no doubt the government will send you a “siren-like alert” to let the terrorists know where you are.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Does ‘other features ‘ include getting oneself into a bin bag to save body bags for more important / vulnerable people ?

      A joke ?


    • moggie63 says:

      Does acknowledging the alert include the ability to tell them to F off?


    • Thoughtful says:

      Readers might like to be aware of a rumour circulating that this signal is extremely loud, so loud in fact that it can cause damage to the speaker of your phone and it’s internals.

      God alone knows what is going to happen if you are engaged on a phone call at the time or driving as it will be illegal to turn the damn thing off !

      On another note, were this the 1980s and Margaret Thatcher was around, the CND Leftie nutters would have been outraged, but now they are the ones clamouring for a nuclear apocalypse, claiming it would be “survivable”, and fortunate for us the current plastic toy Conservatives we laughingly call a government, weren’t in power then or we would have been completely disarmed !


      • Fedup2 says:

        I can’t really imagine anyone wanting to waste a nuke on Blighty – apart from the US bases of course – or as an example to the yanks of what could be done to them – after all Britain doesn’t matter much to the US ( see 1940 /1941) – and on my read if japan had not ‘engaged ‘ the US would have left us to the nazis …


  31. StewGreen says:

    Rwanda : half a million blood drone deliveries in 6 years
    .. Zipline drones
    .. https://youtu.be/DOWDNBu9DkU


  32. Sluff says:

    Has anyone else noticed how little fuss there has been over the fact that, up in Scotland. Wee Krankie’s husband was President of the SNP. He’s just resigned over the shambolic leadership election and failure to report SNPmembership numbers accurately.
    And yet……….almost Tumbleweed. As if some institution or other wants to bury bad news…….


    • Guest Who says:

      Is tumbleweed the new self censorship in service of propaganda?


      • Fedup2 says:

        Guest who – I think ‘self censorship ‘ is the most harmful thing of our time – at least with changing ‘words ‘ not to cause ‘offence ‘ it is seeable – but books not written – films not made results in the tick box dross the msm push out …


    • Flotsam says:

      Remember the video taken in the Scottish Assembly of the gender identity Bill vote? The SNP were all applauding and congratulating themselves as the Bill was passed. At the time I thought it seemed very strange that they should all be voting for such an outlandish piece of legislation which wasn’t widely supported by Scots.

      Was it an exercise in Power by Sturgeon?
      Were the SNP parliamentarians intimidated into voting for it?



    • tomo says:

      It rather looks like internal pressure at the SNP is building

      “sheel nae take it captain”


    • StewGreen says:

      Not tumbleweed, I avoid BBC news, yet I have heard them mentionit.
      However where the hell were all the journos before ??
      There’s been an ongoing fall in SNP membership, and none of them picked that up.

      #1 When Alex Salmond set up Alba of course he took some members with him
      #2 So whatt happened after then ?
      Seems Murrel said they were OK, but they kept falling.

      If you dte limit Twitter searches, you find many people mentioned a cover up

      Apr 5, 2022 Replying to @tango_chambers and @topmaw
      Why did the SNP not hold a Spring (or Autumn) conference?
      Answer – that would expose how much membership has fallen

      Jul 25, 2021
      SNP sources suggest that membership has fallen from more than 125,000 in 2019

      Oct 2, 2019
      Realistically speaking, the fact that the SNP has stopped shouting about their record membership numbers over a year ago should give us all a clue where on the internal contradiction graph the party is at the moment


  33. Scroblene says:

    I often have a quick nose round the Sunday rags about now, and see that the Express says that beeboids are replacing Lineker with Alex Scott, who is a bloke I’ve never heard of! Aparently Linekker has something wrong with his voice – but then we always knew that – he never stops being annoying…

    But as it now seems that foobull reporting on some games might go to another TV station, like Radio-Shropshire-night-time-drive-for-idiots, we’ll all be much better off without the yapping, gurning and whining coming from people who seem to know bugger-all about anything!

    Sounds like the TV tax is going to become even more of an issue now, with many more non-payers appearing nowadays, so I wonder what the fall-out from all this will be in the coming week?


  34. Guest Who says:

    I don’t know if there is now such a thing as garyism, so I must bear in mind the possibility with certain folk of brain donation’s tweets around this forename, especially from those whose career involved impacts with leather balls on frequent occasions.

    There are the usual supporters, but many do seem to have appreciated something the author and glee club have missed, namely actual censorship being not allowing them to go, or preventing any information getting published.

    The latter being a BBC specialty.

    Not getting invited to behave like spoilt brats with single minded agendas is more of a wake up call to media using single brain cell celebs for ideological purposes.


    • Fedup2 says:

      Next claim will be the dinghy types escaping France to avoid the increasing pension age – the tyranny of 62 to 64 …?


      • TrickCyclist says:

        You know all those movies where they show an establishing shot of the Eiffel Tower and underneath is the redundant title ‘PARIS’?
        It’s much the same with the news now – you see images of riot police, water cannon and clouds of tear gas and you think ‘Oh, Paris.’


    • Docmarooned says:

      Alice effing Roberts the wokest woke on the beeb. Total joke!


    • StewGreen says:

      Leftmob “the BBC is super right wing”
      Leftmob “The BBC were excluded from Suella’s trip, only RIGHT wing media were invited”

      @bea_johanssen Replying to @theAliceRoberts
      Rather MORE worrying that the Guardian, BBC, Daily Mirror and The Independent/i
      are so hopelessly partisan that they can’t be trusted to report factually.

      Alice’s dramaqueening tweet got 14K Likes ..she is a big hitter

      UKIP’s @goddersbloom
      I am disappointed too
      BBC, Mirror & Guardian people should all be sent to Rwanda … for a LONG stint

      They have all said that Rwanda is not a safe place to be in, so one must assume that they would have turned down the opportunity anyway.


      • StewGreen says:

        Leftmob “It’s OK when we do it”
        LABOUR Mayor of Bristol Marvin Rees
        “Nobody’s been banned. I didn’t invite you to my birthday party,”
        on his decision to bar Bristol Post local democracy reporters from his fortnightly press conferences”

        Marvin Rees (born April 1972) is a British Labour Party politician who has served as the Mayor of Bristol since 2016)

        Of course Alastair Campbell controlled what media went on Blair’s trips too


        • StewGreen says:

          Campbell has now directly said he didn’t
          “No. We sometimes had pooled access but the pools were chosen on a rotating basis as part of an agreement with the media.”

          I suspect Labour does now invited selected journalists to certain events.
          and excludes righties


  35. StewGreen says:

    Antiques Roadshow “Here’s a Trinidad textile artist (which you have never heard of) .. they go on for 5 minutes”
    .. To me the designs looks like something child would do
    .. The expert guy did the swatches the punter brought are worth £250K


  36. Guest Who says:

    Presumably he, the BBC and Mad Al are bonded on Brexit though?


  37. Guest Who says:

    The BBC really is a national disgrace and responsible for a lot of very unpleasant stuff persisting.


  38. StewGreen says:

    Steyn show on Biden vs Novak Djokovic
    ‘Covid pandemic is basically over, but we won’t let him in anyway’


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