Tag: Read and Weep

Never Explain, Never Apologise

HGV driver Clive Taylor, from Astley Bridge, sent The Bolton News a picture of an overspilling bin in Vernon Street and says it has become a common sight around the town since the streamlined bins were introduced last year. And…

He says: ‘I was horrified, of course, but it was clearly a ridiculous mistake. I thought it would all quickly be cleared up.’

A jury would later find him not guilty in less than 40 minutes. But by then the damage had been done: the man once labelled ‘one of the outstanding school masters of his generation’ had lost not only his profession…

Aren’t You Taking One Now?

The sports trust denies liability for Miss Maylin’s accident, and barrister, Peter Burns, argued that bouldering involves an “obvious risk”. But in the witness box, Miss Maylin, who is seeking damages of up to £300,000, said: “I don’t take risks.”…

Overreach – It’s Always The End Game…

Most protest movements and support societies start out with a genuine cause, an injustice to right, a recognition to achieve. But eventually, they all end up the same way: Trans-activists are enjoying huge success in their campaign to re-invent our…

“Because We Need To Keep You Compliant, Peasants…”

Insp Fergus Caulfield, from the Castle Point and Rochford community policing team, has spoken out about the use of social media to draw attention to crime amid a recent increase in burglaries on the island. Spoken out in favour, I…

“Wah! Wah! Waaah! My Victimhood!”

Yasmin Ahmed in today’a ‘Indy’: Calling for a British Independence Day is wounding to all the nations that revolted and fought hard against British colonial rule. Before we associate our EU membership with colonisation, we should think long and hard…