The chair of the environment agency is in trouble for not turning up to handle the flood crisis. I am not surprised
Month: December 2015
The Culture ministry has quietly given Lawrence of Arabia’s tiny home -left untouched since 1935- a rare historic building listing. This comes 80 years after his death and just before the centenary of the Arab Revolt he jointly led in World War I to topple the Ottoman Turks.
A Tory minister who quit his job as Foreign minister for Africa last year because he couldn’t live on £110,000 a year now has ten year jobs – many dealing with Africa- after standing down as an MP in May.
The first episode is set for release to sponsors before Christmas. We returned to the Murder Scene. And more episodes announced.
A national media campaign against a charity which helps child sex abuse survivors has set a bad precedent which could stifle help for people across the country.
Last week Elizabeth Truss bungled payments worth more than £1 billion to farmers because of a monumental failure of a new computer system to pay them. And the Metropolitan media let her get away with it. Farmers now face delays in getting their money and the EU will be able to fine the UK.
The Oldham West result has not only confounded critics in the media and Westminster but has destroyed UKIP’s strategy to replace Labour in the North.