Only one leader coming out against intervention so far. Nigel Farage asks whose side we are on, whether firing cruise missiles into Damascus will make anything better and why we should trust the government when they say there is “no doubt” Assad is responsible. It is the populist position…
Another phone in, another damning verdict on Ed Miliband. The Wright Stuff couldn’t find a single caller to stick up for Ed, despite it being aired in the middle of the day, prime time for Labour voters:
This is becoming a theme.
George Galloway’s performance on Iranian state television today deserves a wider audience:
Almost unbelievable that this man is a British MP.
Via Galloway Watch.
After Gove sat in the Speaker’s chair and impersonated him during the Tory parliamentary party photo shoot before recess, Bercow gets his revenge. Well sort of.
University of Sydney student newspaper explain why they put 18 close up photos of vaginas on their front page. Apparently they “wanted to put them on the cover in all their glory.”
Trouble down under…
Imagine the terrifying image of Red Len McCluskey pouring his poison into your children’s ears as they sit defenceless in the classroom. With Unite’s creepy propaganda campaign targeting school kids, this is a reality. ‘Smells Like Teen Spirit’, a website emblazoned with the Unite logo, has launched a series of videos aimed at teaching children how to organise public protests, make placards and fight against corporations and the evils of privatisation through the power of trade unions.[…]
No surprise that Sion Simon has come second in Labour’s MEP candidate selection for West Midlands. Always worth taking another look at his finest hour:
If he makes it to Brussels they better be quiet while he speaks…
See also the famous New Statesman article where he predicts, in the grandest terms possible, the certain victory of Gordon Brown at the general election. […]