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YESTERDAY, TODAY AND TOMORROW

Two items on the same day were the quintessence  of all that has gone wrong with BBC Radio 4's "Today" programme. On the news summary at 6am on Tuesday February 4 there was a report that Hong Kong had seen its first death of a victim of the Chinese corona-virus,  although the report concluded that, in fact, the 39 year…

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What have The Donald and Greta got in common?

The answer is  that neither has a clue as to what they are talking about and the tosh they come out with is more of a clear and present danger to civilisation than the threat of global warming itself Both are creating a false sense of security over climate change, either by persuading people that it just isn't happening or…

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MISS PUSHY AND THE PRINCE

What a tragedy the totally boring story about Prince Harry and his American missus has been for the British media and particularly the BBC. For literally years the Brexit saga had preoccupied them all  and, because none of them really knew what was going on and therefore what they were talking about, speculation led to pure guesswork which led to…

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I’M ISLAMOPHOBIC – AND BALLS TO YOU, MATTIUS GARDELL!

They say that English is a living language and therefore words can be subject to change of meaning. For example, once upon a time "gay" meant happy until those of a different orientation to the vast majority of others decided to misinterpret it to suit themselves. Now it is happening again and a word in the English language is being…

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I FEEL HIS HAND ON MY THIGH. HE GIVES IT A SQUEEZE etc etc

The written words of one Charlotte Edwardes and mark the name well both Jeremy Clarkson and Robert Peston and any other man from the A list of  celebrities who has escorted the lady. They sound like the beginning of a chapter from a cheap novel aimed at teenage girls of the early 20th century when to read about a man's…

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