Tag: Just bloody think about it will you?

A Bit More Thought Required…

Hundreds of Mancunians queued to get the city’s symbolic worker bee tattooed in the wake of the terror attack that rocked the city. Bees. BEES! The literal suicide bombers of the insect world, who die having stung something. /facepalm

“We’ll Always Have Pataks…”*

Mr Khan wants ministers to act now and warned that curry houses need 20,000 chefs, waiters and managers, and two to three are closing every week. Wait, there’s not 20000 unemployed Brits? I’m sure there must be! Bajloor Rashid, president…

Don’t Panic, Everyone! Lola Has The Answer!

The ‘Guardian’s’ Lola Okolosie, that is: Wednesday’s terror attack has been acknowledged as the action of one Muslim – an “Islamist extremist” in May’s words, representative of only himself and not a religion. It is an important response to the…

Churnalism In The Age Of Consumerism

A generation gap in attitudes towards cooking and eating is helping to fuel the UK’s food waste mountain, research reveals, driven by time-poor millennials who do not understand the value of the food on their plate. In contrast to savvy…

“Must Have Been An Inside Job, Sarge…”

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) was looking into a complaint made by a member of the public relating to Katy Bourne’s 2016 re-election campaign. The complainant contacted the IPCC after Ms Bourne posted on Facebook during the campaign that…

Backdoor Law…?

We’ve never had a ‘Good Samaritan’ Law here in England, unlike on the continent. But a little-noticed case last year may have now ushered that in. Initially treated as a murder, the charge was reduced to manslaughter: Michael Bowditch, of…

Rent Death-Seeking

Stephen Habgood (chairman of the national suicide prevention charity Papyrus) in the ‘Guardian’: Coroners are understandably reluctant to reach a verdict of suicide. Many families who have lost loved ones to suicide, particularly when the deceased are their children, do…

Moral Blackmail Is Legal, After All…

While disabled toilets have become more common than they once were, a sizeable minority of disabled people still can’t use them. That’s because they require specialist equipment, including a hoist, and, ideally, a changing table suitable for adults so their…

Maybe The RSPCA Should Handle Baby Adoptions..?

A cat breeder suffers ill health, neglects her animals, the RSPCA swoop: Many of the cats had illnesses including flu and eye infections, with seven of them so sick they had to be put down by a vet. The RSPCA…