Category: Satire

Feb 17, 2012 / / Politics

The Prime Minister went to Scotland yesterday and confirmed his dad’s name was Cameron, thereby putting the lie to those who have spent the last 19 months claiming the illegitimate alternative. But it was doubtful that this honest admission would…

Read the Post“Will ye no come back again”

Feb 10, 2012 / / Media

Embed from Getty Images It was clear as soon as Paul Dacre came into Court 73 that someone had lit the blue touch paper attached to the editor of the Daily Mail and quickly retired out of harm’s way. To see the…

Read the PostDacre – the sequel

Feb 1, 2012 / / PMQ sketch

After 18 months in the doldrums Ed Miliband at last came up with a successful strategy today for taking on the Government — munching on millionaires. It may seem odd that the leader of the Labour Party has taken so…

Read the PostEd launches class war

Jan 18, 2012 / / PMQ sketch

It will be of little comfort to the 2.68m people who found themselves on the dole this week to discover that the most noteworthy event that happened whilst their fate was being discussed at Prime Ministers Questions was that the…

Read the PostBalls’s silence is deafening

Dec 13, 2011 / / Politics

Embed from Getty Images It must have been his turn to pick the kids up from school that kept Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg away from the Commons for the first public discussion of the plan to lift the anchors…

Read the PostThe missing Clegg

Oct 26, 2011 / / PMQ sketch

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the introduction of Prime Minister’s Questions to the democratic process in the United Kingdom and so it seems only right to remark on the grey streaks spotted in the hair of the present incumbent.…

Read the PostTory tribalism saves the day for Dave

Aug 11, 2011 / / Politics

The sound of stable doors being shut and the clip clop of bolting horses could be heard in constituencies all over the country as MPs made an unheard of return to work in August, albeit for one day only, to…

Read the PostSun-burnt consensus in the Commons

Jul 19, 2011 / / Media

As theatre of anticipation it was wonderful. College Green had more tents that a boy scouts jamboree as the world’s press gathered for the ritual disemboweling of the Great Dictator .But when Rupert turned up it looked we might be…

Read the PostAfter the hors d’oeuvres, stuffed Murdoch