229 Responses to Start the Week 19th February 2024

  1. G.W.F. says:


    • MarkyMark says:

      Sting & Ibrahim Maalouf Inshallah Bataclan Paris 12/11/2016


    • JohnC says:

      I’ll bet you 50p non of those people chanting were in there on November 13.

      Complete idiots who have been conditioned by Leftists teachers and group-think on social media.

      It’s a form of brainwashing not dissimilar to how Islam itself does it.


      • Rob in Cheshire says:

        Stupid is as stupid does. Will they still be chanting “Free free Palestine” while their eyes are being gouged out or they are being castrated? Possibly, they seem stupid enough.


  2. JohnC says:

    Israeli PM ‘missed chance’ to cut off Hamas cash, says ex-spy chief

    So it seems that the BBC seem to see fit to set the complete farce they call ‘Panorama’ investigating something against the government of Israel (who they hate) based on the testimony of one former intelligence officer.

    It’s tenuous at best – but ‘Panorama’ are using every trick in their book to make it into one of their usual lies by selective quotes, facts presented with pure conjecture and of course I’m sure there is plenty of omission in there.

    The upshot is they are saying the Oct 7th attacks were Israels own fault !!. It’s completely ridiculous – if Israel stopped Hamas funding one way, they would have found another because there are PLENTY of people willing to help them. With the UN up near the top of that list.

    Why not investigate Hamas BBC ?. Or any of these Muslim hate groups which are everywhere and you ignore it. Your cowardice, bias and complete double-standards are quite disgusting.

    And as clear as this article is about who they are trying to blame, the simple fact they talk about what Hamas have done, I see this on ‘X’:

    ‘Tonight the BBC will broadcast a Panorama episode attacking British Palestinians and Muslims by John Ware and Leo Telling –– the team that brought you the discredited “Is Labour Antisemitic?” episode.’

    This man – Asa Winstanley – is the most extreme of anti-semetics and his twitter feed is off-the scale hate and promotes all kind of conspiract theories. It’s amazing how people like him are never mentioned by the likes of the BBC : they always use the Right as their examples.

    The world is truly sick. It’s hard to believe that such a ridiculous, stone-age religion can still be causing so much trouble in 2024. And it’s getting worse, not better.


  3. JohnC says:

    Alexei Navalny’s body to be held for two weeks for ‘chemical analysis’, family told

    ‘She [his wife] also alleged his body was being kept until traces of poisoning by the nerve agent Novichok had disappeared.’

    Goodness me – his wife is an expert of nerve agent and how long it can be detected in the body after death ?.

    If ever the BBC needed to point out something had no evidence given to support it, it’s here. But it seems that trick to seed doubt is only ever used against Trump and Russia when the BBC don’t agree with them.

    What the BBC are not reporting is that Alexei was already very sick from when he was poisoned previously:

    ‘Navalny’s health in harsh prison system was major concern before death’

    ‘Over the years, Navalny’s health declined as his role as Putin’s main rival grew. He was physically attacked, arrested, harassed and, in 2020, poisoned with a Soviet-era nerve agent in a suspected assassination attempt.
    The attack nearly killed him, and he fell ill multiple times while in prison over the past three years.’

    Reading that article it’s clear he was very sick.

    Now I’m not defending anyone here : I’m pointing out that the BBC have deliberately omitted very important information because they want us to think he was murdered by Putin.

    ‘Both the EU and the US have said they are considering new sanctions on Russia following Navalny’s death.’

    Of course they are. The only thing which stands out for this story is how Epstein died in even more blatant circumstances and that one went right under the carpet by the likes of the BBC. They only rattle cages which fir their agenda.


  4. Flotsam says:

    I don’t engage with the BBC any more. Although the stories I refer to aren’t actual BBC ones, I do believe that they are the result of left wing propaganda promoted by the BBC which now pervades Britain. The BBC is driving Britain down into the gutter and the public are paying them to do it.

    Story 1:
    The maggot known as Keir Starmer flip flops again and decides to promote Islamic terrorism and antisemitism in order to avoid losing the Islamic vote.

    Story 2:
    Fire Brigade officers stand by and watch a man trapped in a car in flood water while debating whether it would breach their protocols to rescue him. They are trained to rescue in waist deep water but the flood water was slightly deeper than that so beyond their capabilities. The water wasn’t running with any force by the way. The mind set of these people was highlighted by some air head, left wing barm pot activist called Amy on GBNews who blamed lack of funding for public services for the issue. There wasn’t the money to pay for the training required to rescue from water greater than waist deep.

    Story 3:
    Some Just Stop Oil person was invited to comment on the threat of JSO protestors to invade MP’s homes. He tried to justify the JSO protests by ludicrously citing the tragic case of a two year old toddler being swept away by a flooded river yesterday as an example of the effects of global warming. They say that with age comes wisdom, the spokesman was a retired GP, I was shaking my head in disbelief.


  5. JohnC says:

    Alexei Navalny’s widow Yulia faces daunting challenge in Russia

    This leads with a video of Yulia making a propaganda speech. Her first words are :

    ‘Today, I want to address you for the first time on this channel.’.

    What channel is that then ?. Well, top left is the BBC logo.

    Her second sentence is ‘Someone else should be here in my place but that person was killed by Vlaidmir Putin’.

    And then she goes on to make a speech which is propaganda of the highest order. She makes vague, sweeping statements and allegations which have no evidence at all to actually back them up. Something the BBC is so picky about when other people do it.

    Later she says ‘So I ask you to share our fury and our hate …’

    Sounds a lot like incitement to violence there BBC. It’s far closer to it than anything Trump said.

    She looks like a lot of things. A grieving widow is not one of them.

    So my point is this : in what universe is it classed as proper use of the BBC and it’s network to host videos like this for a politician in another country which are political rhetoric of the most extreme and devisive kind ?. WTF happened to ‘balanced and unbiased’ ?.

    And who at the BBC decides who qualifies for this special treatment ?. Will Tommy Robinson get a slot ? – because many people think he is fighting a very dirty political system as well.

    What about Trump to denounce the very clear politicial persecution going on against him ?. Will he get a soapbox from the BBC to denounce the leftist fascists trying to disenfranchise half the population of the USA who want to vote for him ?.

    Even by the BBC’s extremely low standards, this stinks. They should keep their big lefty noses out of things like this. They do not represent the people of this country and should not be allowed to speak in their name.


    • Richard Pinder says:

      A Widow fooled? She thinks it was Putin, but if the BBC lets her speak, it must be a ‘false flag’ operation by SIS. And Hate is now outlawed in Ireland.

      Who was Alexei Navaln? I have heard about Julian Assange and Edward Snowden, but what did Alexei Navaln do. Did he write the “Trump Dossier” novel for MI6?

      Is this another “False Flag” murder by DCBRNC using a trained SIS officer from Porton Down? The spokesman for Britains false flag murderers is a thug called Hamish de Bretton-Gordon. Has Porton Down improved Novichok from last time?

      Are the ‘Behavioural Insights Team’ using the BBC to brainwash the British public into wanting to fight a war to defend the Ukraine border from mass immigration?

      Will the new sanctions on Russia include forced de-dollarization of Russia, with Russia forced to trade with the “R5” or “the renminbi, ruble, rupee, real, and rand”, or with other multilateral central bank digital currency (CBDC) as the new global BRICS currency?


  6. Guest Who says:

    If I were advising the BBC, I’d tell the executives that until BBC Verify adopts a rule of relentlessly correcting instances of misinformation broadcast by the BBC itself it will remain a laughing stock.


  7. Doublethinker says:

    Every week there are numerous stories which illustrate that a Cold War , possibly now tepid , between the neo liberal elite and the ordinary people is underway across the entire West.
    Examples, possible prohibition of the AfD in Germany , threat of sanctions against CanalC , equivalent of GB News in France, lawfare against both Trump and Le Pen in their respective countries, not to mention the vote rigging and the elaborate Russia Hoax in the USA. The refusal to work with Wilders in Holland, the actions of the EU against Poland and Hungary. The treatment of the truckers by Trudeau in Canada.
    At home we have examples of identity politics determining the sentence perpetrators get in court, recruitment to the armed forces ( soon to become the armed farces) , double standards of policing opposite marches and ‘hate crimes’ and of course perhaps the biggest and longest running of all , the sabotaging of Brexit.
    I’m sure that everyone could easily add to the list .

    How long will ordinary people put up with this blatant abuse of power by the elite as they see their countries and their way of life sold down the river? When the push back starts how severe will be the reaction of the elites ? How far will the elite go in order to ‘ defend democracy’ against the protest of ordinary people ? When will the tepid war become hot?

    When things were going well economically people didn’t bother about politics . After all the elites seemed to doing a decent job , we were all broadly better off with each passing year. But as the economy across the West hit the rocks , due in large part to the policies of the elites, even Joe Public is beginning to think about things and ask awkward questions.

    We live in interesting times!


    • JohnC says:

      From what I see Double, the pushback is people supporting those who want to stop this left-wing takeover of the civilised world. Hence the rise of these right-wing parties.

      And the Left are doing exactly what these ideologically driven fascists have always done : they are trying to suppress all those who disagree.

      It’s happening everywhere. They are now trying to ban the politicians. Next come the arrests (already done for Trump) and after that comes the punishments on politically motivated charges with corrupt judiciary. Again – already happened for Trump and is ongoing.

      After that come arbitrary arrests (like Tommy Robinson) and people disappearing when the Left revert to type and get confident that they will get away with anything and do just what they really want to do. And then the Nazis are back.

      The BBC are already well down that road and are doing everything they can to push it. They know they can get away with almost anything now. They must be stopped.


    • G says:


      All practiced before in Sri Lanka. And look what happened there.


  8. AsISeeIt says:

    You and who’s army change my nation edition

    The police may have called off searching in the Thames for our Clapham alkali attacker after about thirty minutes, and finding two bodies for which they weren’t looking, whereas: Search for missing two-year-old boy who fell in river enters third day (BBC)

    Which is as it should be.

    An independent review has criticised Lancashire Police over its handled of the investigation into the disappearance of Nicola Bulley. The mother-of-two vanished in January [2023] while walking her dog, sparking a huge search and widespread public interest… Her body was found 23 days after she disappeared, on 19 February, in a patch of undergrowth and branches by a river bend around one mile from the bench where her phone and dog were found. (The Independent)

    Abdul Shokoor Ezedi attacked a 31-year-old woman and her two children with a corrosive alkaline substance on the evening of 31 January 2024 (Thank you Wiki) – that’s nearly three weeks ago – the cops might still be searching? It’s just that we haven’t heard about it – draw your own conclusions there.

    It’s something of a lady day in the press today. Plenty of cause for a few firm calm down dears

    I love Taylor Swift for publicaly trashing her exes – I’ve been doing it for 25 years! By Liz Jones (Daily Mail)

    “You’re So Vain” is a song written and performed by American singer and songwriter Carly Simon and released in November 1972… The song is a critical profile of a self-absorbed lover… Before the song became a hit single in 1972, Simon told an interviewer that the song was about “men”, not a specific “man”… The title subject’s identity has long been a matter of speculation, with Simon stating that the song refers to three men, only one of whom she has named publicly: Warren Beatty. (Thank you again Wiki)

    Navalny’s widow, Yulia, to lead fight against Putin (‘i’) – ok, luv, you and who’s army?

    Hold the calm down dears for a moment – this one gets a well deserved you go girl hereabouts: Vanessa Feltz Uncaring BBC ‘suits’ got rid of Steve Wright (Express)

    Feisty one, you are! – As Yoda from Star Wars might have said…

    Ex-Post Office chair ‘out for revenge’ Badenoch (Guardian)

    ‘What women told me about porn and body image’ Fiona Vera-Gray (Guardian) – calm down dear, I’m still eating my breakfast

    Supporting role. How half-bras stole the spotlight on the red carpet (Telegraph)

    Nigella chicken nugget shame… Page 3 (Daily Star)

    Joanna’s Ab Fab fashion week PJs (Daily Mail)

    And, before Mr AsI goes for his cold shower…

    Men and women’s brains work differently, scientists prove (Telegraph) – ain’t that a thing.

    A few quick words on behalf of the chaps…?

    Agony Uncle – My wife is always telling me off (‘i’)

    ‘I feel selfish seeing my friends’ The rise of the lonely dad (‘i’ Family)

    Discovery of exercise gap could leave men in a huff… Many women will be familiar with going for a gentle run or workout, only to be seemingly outdone by an intimidatingly sweaty and panting man… (Eleanor Haywood, Health Editor, Times) – could this report have been written as a form of euphemism for something, we wonder?

    Guess who wins the race of the sexes in this, the formerly serious, Times newspaper?

    …however much harder the man seems to be working women can take comfort in knowing they will be reaping greater benefit overall (Times)

    Most blokes who make it into the papers this morning tend to strike this reviewer as a bit… there’s only one way to say this – a bit gay – coincidence, I’m sure

    ‘Michael Sheen’s thrilling new drama is like nothing else on TV’ (Guardian)

    Why I had to lie when I was a vicar Richard Coles (Times)

    And finally… a sad story… in foreign news… or news formerly foreign to Britain

    Beautiful, happy children… always smiling… Tragedy of ‘murdered’ kids – The Mirror there with the scare quotes perhaps hinting toward the possible future diminished responsibilty manslaughter plea

    Beautiful souls… Woman held as baby and kids, 3 and 7 die… Concern Police found new baby Mohammed and sister Joury, three… Brother Feres was clever and courteous (giveaway Metro)

    Before we close one must note the BBC online news page has a new feature button: You are now seeing top stories for the UK – with the option to click on: Change my nation – didn’t we already do that?


  9. Thoughtful says:

    The lunacy of Woke – satire should be made of it. but they Left are incapable of laughter of any kind so it’s off to jail for whoever made this:


  10. Sluff says:

    BBC webshite. Front page story.
    ‘US zoo extracts 70 coins from white alligator’.

    Meanwhile……..should you know to drill down from the front page all the way through FIVE levels, UK/ England/ Regions/West and South West to BBC Bristol you can get this story which some readers might consider slightly more newsworthy

    Baby among three children found dead in Bristol house

    And then if you trail all the way down to the bottom of the story you eventually get this.

    “The whole Sudanese community in Bristol and around the UK is shocked as well. This is something I have never heard of – it’s unbelievable.“

    Yes, it turns out to be another triumph for multiculturalism and diversity in what used to be our country. Which the BBC very clearly do not want you to know.

    The BBC. World class in obfuscation.


    • MarkyMark says:

      Terrorists are likely to try to carry out attacks in Sudan.

      Attacks could be indiscriminate including in places visited by foreigners. You should be vigilant at all times, especially in crowded areas and public places like transport hubs, hotels, restaurants, places of worship and major gatherings. You should follow the advice of local authorities. In November 2020 Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula released a message calling for attacks in East Africa, including Sudan, against US and Israeli interests.

      There is a high threat of terrorist attack globally affecting UK interests and British nationals, including from groups and individuals who view the UK and British nationals as targets. You should remain vigilant at all times.


      Abductions of women and children are common practice in South Sudan. Women and girls are abducted to give birth, boys to be trained as warriors and to join inter-communal fighting and cattle raiding.


  11. StewGreen says:

    9am R4 now people concerned about WEF are conspiracy theorists and HATERS

    Libmob often use the trick of refusing to debate challengers by labelling them as Conspiracy Theorists.

    Likewise they don’t just say people challenge them, they label the challenger as HATERS
    .. That’s a strawman

    Here the R4 show is
    “You’ll Own Nothing and You’ll Be Happy
    An Oxford councilor, a Danish politician, and an edible insect chef become unwitting *hate* figures”

    They are talking about the Great Reset being an idea coming out of Covid times.
    That is false cos the WEF used that term years earliers

    The Oxford guy was talking about Fifteen Minute Cities
    The Danish wrote an essay “You’ll own nothing” that she said was the idea about you renting things like AirBnB
    The San Francisco chef said he is merely has a passion for encouraging eat insect days.
    Another guy was on about people living in pods

    now having a go at Tucker
    “The Great Reset has become an obsession of the right”
    Presenter “The right” “the right”

    Danish woman “I never gave my essay then title, it was a provocative WEF person”
    “I can’t tell the difference between WEF PR and mad conspiracy theorists that are against them”


    • MarkyMark says:

      King Charles III purchased his first Transylvanian property in 2006 – an 18th-century Saxon house in the village of Viscri – and again in 2010 in the village of Zalanpatak.



    • StewGreen says:

      Now ‘Oh the WEF are rather silly in the way they come up with their titles, it plays into the hands of conspiracy theorists”
      Now Klaus Schwab “Crazy conspiracy theories”


      • MarkyMark says:

        Board of trustees

        The WEF is chaired by founder and executive chairman Professor Klaus Schwab and is guided by a board of trustees that is made up of leaders from business, politics, academia and civil society. In 2010 the board was composed of: Josef Ackermann, Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Kofi Annan, Victor L. L. Chu, Tony Blair, Michael Dell, Niall FitzGerald, Susan Hockfield, Orit Gadiesh, Christine Lagarde, Carlos Ghosn, Maurice Lévy, Rajat Gupta, Indra Nooyi, Peter D. Sutherland, Ivan Pictet, Heizō Takenaka, Ernesto Zedillo, Joseph P. Schoendorf and Queen Rania of Jordan.[9] Members of the board of trustees (past or present) include: Mukesh Ambani, Marc Benioff, Peter Brabeck-Letmathe, Mark Carney, Laurence Fink, Chrystia Freeland, Orit Gadiesh, Fabiola Gianotti, Al Gore, Herman Gref, José Ángel Gurría, André Hoffmann, Ursula von der Leyen, Jack Ma, Yo-Yo Ma, Peter Maurer, Luis Alberto Moreno, Muriel Pénicaud, Queen Rania of Jordan, Leo Rafael Reif, David Rubenstein, Mark Schneider, Klaus Schwab, Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Jim Hagemann Snabe, Feike Sijbesma, Heizō Takenaka, Zhu Min.[49][50]

        The foundation is funded by its 1,000 member companies, typically global enterprises with more than five billion dollars in turnover (varying by industry and region). These enterprises rank among the top companies within their industry and/or country and play a leading role in shaping the future of their industry and/or region. Membership is stratified by the level of engagement with forum activities, with the level of membership fees increasing as participation in meetings, projects, and initiatives rises.[51] In 2011, an annual membership cost $52,000 for an individual member, $263,000 for “Industry Partner” and $527,000 for “Strategic Partner”.

        An admission fee costs $19,000 per person.[52] In 2014, WEF raised annual fees by 20 percent, bringing the cost for “Strategic Partner” from CHF 500,000 ($523,000) to CHF 600,000 ($628,000).[53]



    • Ian Rushlow says:

      Anyone who isn’t proud to declare themself as a hater of the WEF is a person without a soul.

      And as someone once said: “The difference between a conspiracy theory and reality is about six weeks”.


  12. taffman says:

    When is our Consocialist government going to scrap the archaic television ?
    I am pretty sure that would be a vote winner.


  13. G says:

    Is the UK heading toward a constitutional crisis?

    “…with a Government and Parliament increasingly willing to act with disregard for cardinal constitutional principles such as the rule of law and with certain judges’ growing outspokenness about their intention to resist further attacks on the country’s constitutional fundamentals, determining whether we are indeed in a constitutional crisis has gained great urgency.”


    There may well be a cadre of lawyers out there who would subscribe to many of the views posted here. I can’t wait to see that fight-back start.

    Nb. “Ouster clauses” aka, normally bunched in with ‘King Henry the 8th’ clauses.


    • MarkyMark says:

      “see that fight-back start” – 1400 raped kids = 0 action.
      104 dinghies a day = 0 action.
      Squirrel , King Charles III is poorly and has private health!


  14. MarkyMark says:

    Defence minister defends military’s ‘woke’ policies as necessary to represent modern society
    Andrew Murrison told MPs that he was ‘guilty as charged’ if he believed in making the military a more inclusive and diverse workspace


    Chinese plan to boost ‘masculinity’ with PE classes sparks debate. BEIJING (Reuters) – A plan in China to get boys to do more sports as a way of making them more manly has reopened a debate between those who urge more diversity and those backing a more masculine society.2 Feb 2021


    • Lucy Pevensey says:

      That’s interesting Mark. I don’t know a great deal about China. I had no idea they had diversity pushers there. I had the impression they had a more traditional and nationalist outlook. Perhaps there are no safe places left on the planet.


      • MarkyMark says:

        China crackdown pushes LGBT groups into the shadows
        27 June 2023

        Now, only a few low-profile events are available for the LGBT community such as “voguing balls”, where dancers execute moves inspired by model poses.

        And ShanghaiPride is not the only major LGBT group to cease operations.

        In recent years, several others have had to shut down, raising fears of a crackdown on activism in the world’s second largest economy.


  15. vlad says:

    More third world savagery in Bristol, resulting in the death of 3 children. But who are we to judge different cultural practices?
    And who knows, the perpetrator may yet turn out to be one of those mythical white supremacists we keep hearing about.


  16. Cooper_Man says:

    Well it’s looking like the body of Abdul Ezedi has finally been found in the Thames. In the Beeb’s webshite article it describes him as ‘from the Newcastle area.’ That’s funny, I thought he was from the Afghanistan area! I must admit I laughed at the statement from Commander Jon Savell that visual identification has not been possible – how many one-eyed Afghan’s are there in London?!


    • Fedup2 says:

      And then there is the unknown invader found in the wheels of an aircraft which arrived from Africa – froze to death ….. imagine how many get through ….


    • Eddy Booth says:

      Still something fishy about it, how he was given a 20 hour start , couldn’t be caught clearly on camera, and apparently, there’s a blind spot on the bridge.
      And they still haven’t told us how the 5 police officers ended up getting injured .


    • taffman says:

      “Two men from Caerphilly county have been charged with people smuggling.”
      Shamo & Khdir ?
      Something tells me that these guys are not taffmen ?


      • MarkyMark says:



      • Lucy Pevensey says:

        2 men “from” Wales charged with people smuggling.
        A lorry-driver can be fined for having stowaways in his rig.

        But no one in government has ever been held accountable for the millions brought here without our consent.


        • MarkyMark says:

          Britain spends £500,000 a year to keep Channel migrants’ boats piled up in a car park in case the ‘owner’ comes forward to claim them – and now plans to build a £2MILLION processing facility in Dover
          Estimates suggest government spends £500,000 a year story migrants boats

          Legislation states boats must be stored for 12 months in case people claim them
          Storing and transporting the boats is estimated to cost around half a million
          Comes as Priti Patel plans to build new £2m migrant processing facility in Dover

          Britain spends HA HA HA HA HA HA – NOT MPs!


        • Scroblene says:

          The begging letter from RNLI has been consigned, unopened, to the paper bin be recycled into something actually useful…


    • Guest Who says:

      How wonderfully BBC, and utterly useless.

      A thing happened. We dealt with it. Honest.


      • Scroblene says:

        Probably that silly bitch who was employed as a ‘scheduler’, sadly.

        Took their time didn’t they!

        Katie Hopkins’ latest piece about SodOffCon is interesting…


  17. Terminal Moraine says:

    2022: Gov offers a cash lump sum incentive for farmers to leave farming. You can still work as an agricultural contractor or for other farmers; we just want your land. (Also converting farm land to woodland to help meet net zero targets).

    2024 propaganda:


    • Fedup2 says:

      At least the conservatives are not too far away from the slaughter house ….. halal of course …


      • Scroblene says:

        “They won’t like it up ’em” come the Autumn, but they’re damn well going to get it!

        What does the RSPCA say about the hideous, medieval slaughter of animals? How can they retain a Royal Charter if they allow this barbaric killing of animals go on?

        No use asking Beeboids, they’ll just stuff some drivel and crap into their failing Countryfile, and conveniently forget all about it!


  18. MarkyMark says:


    from order-order.com


    • Terminal Moraine says:

      The Guardian quotes the young Spring’s reaction to hearing about 9/11: “I remember thinking: ‘How has this happened? Do people do bad things on purpose? I just can’t understand that.’”

      It speaks volumes. A media who have appointed themselves as arbiters of truth, but stuffed with people so coddled in the corridors of humanities depts and the Guardian, they’re only capable of seeing half a world.



      • MarkyMark says:

        “‘I do work sociopathically hard!’ Marianna Spring photographed by Sophia Evans for the Observer New Review.”


        • Fedup2 says:

          There should be a statue – or musical – or motion picture …


        • Lucy Pevensey says:

          Did she actually say that? It’s in print? The Grauniad is pay-walled.


        • Guest Who says:

          What does that even mean?


          • Scroblene says:

            It means that when one leaves school with starry-eyed motives to change the world, when one realises that it’s a hard world out there, one starts a ‘job’ (?) at the BBBC, as they accept any airhead who doesn’t have a clue about life, work, play or anything which normal citizens thrive on!

            It’s surprising she isn’t an illegal immigrant, as they’d be a shoe-in for presenting the God-bothering segment of some prog that’s aired during the early morning, somewhere…


    • Guest Who says:

      As with FOIs, that the BBc declines things it would empty chair anyone else for or tear into for weeks speaks volumes.

      I see yet another Panorama ‘investigation’ (allegation from a legal weasel dropped on their laps) about the forces is gathering steam.


  19. Guest Who says:

    Way past caring about any party or person in politics, but this sums the whole stupid politico media game up.

    The letter says no such thing. Or anything close to it. Can someone explain why people are suddenly rushing to paint Staunton as some sort of hero in this affair.

    I may even check back a few I am pretty sure joined the pile on and got very semantic about ‘evidence’ vs. allegations if it turns out things are not as the mob assumed they could make it.


  20. Scroblene says:

    I’ve just received my new tax code for 2024/5.

    It means that this useless government gets back just about everything extra they’ve promised with their ‘triple lock’, by about June this year!

    The power companies get the most, followed by Tunbridge Wells BC, (wasting cash by the bucket-load), then a couple of others who’ll get a few quid, but that’s to insure our dear little, (huge) dog!

    Sounds about the score of it all, so as long as the illegals keep arriving here and shafting us all at every turn, while they have everything they need, Sunak can whistle as loud as he wants, because he ain’t getting our vote!


    Greg Clark take note!


  21. Foscari says:

    Windrush, Windrush, Windrush, Windrush, Windrush , Windrush.
    At 18.30 each evening after the national news on BBC 1.
    We turn over to watch the likes of Michael Portillo on
    one of his train journeys, or Rick Stein doing his cooking. To
    get way from the Londonistan programme where
    practically the only word you hear is WINDRUSH.
    BUT at 18.30 this evening it was still just WINDRUSH
    on BBC 2 . As Rick showed us how to cook Jerk !!!


  22. Thoughtful says:

    And today it’s Cleverly’s turn to sack a high ranking CEO, this time the chief inspector of borders who voiced concerns about hundreds of ‘high-risk’ aircraft landing in Britain without security checks.

    Of course the Marxist Tories couldn’t be allowing someone to question the mass migration / drug smmuggling etc etc so he had to go.


  23. Fedup2 says:

    I wonder who thought it would be a good idea for William Windsor to stick his oar into the Gaza war ? Presumably his dad approved it together with sunak – not his business – and not ours – apart from providing as much support to Israel as possible …. Keep going IDF …..


    • Thoughtful says:

      Yeah keep going so Hezbollah have an easier job to destroy your country! Funny because I would never regard Douglas MacGregor as anything other than a conservative and yet he is saying the same as I have been and Prince William. Netanyahu is destroying Israel, it’s GDP is now down 20%
      Eventually even the thickos in the USA are going to turn on Israel and withdraw support.

      You need to think of what your wishing for Fed because you might just get it and I can assure you neither you and certainly not I are going to like it.


  24. Lucy Pevensey says:

    We all need a good laugh sometimes innit?


  25. harry142857 says:

    Listening to Spotify earlier.

    Sadiq put adverts on there saying how great renaming London Overground railway lines was like Windrush, and how well HE has done reducing pollution.

    No escape from the little khant.


  26. atlas_shrugged says:

    Did the little khant happen to mention that pollution is off the Richter scale in his precious londonistan underground?


  27. Cooper_Man says:

    I’m still really disappointed that they didn’t name one of them after the late Abdul Ezedi – the Alka Line.


  28. Lucy Pevensey says:



  29. Philip_2 says:

    BBC scraps flagship Scottish news programme labelled a waste of money after dismal viewing figures

    Audience dropped to 1,700 viewers

    Despite the BBC repeatedly insisting that the show had been a success, recent figures showed that as few as 1,700 viewers, around 0.1 per cent of those watching TV at the time, tuned in.

    Tim Luckhurst, a former editor at BBC Scotland and of The Scotsman newspaper, claimed the show had cost “a lot of licence payers’ money” and that “every penny was wasted”.

    Gary Smith, the head of news and current affairs at BBC Scotland, said it was important to “keep changing our output as audience habits change”.
    Yup. That’s about the size of it. Keep changing until they find a winning formula. Let me know if you spot one!