Why me?

It difficult to decide quite who is more gaff-prone at the moment, Birmingham’s very own Libidinous Democrat, John Hemming, or David Blunkett who, courtesy of an adminsitrative error has no found himself having made a private planning objection on House of Commons stationary – you’d think his staff […]

How many people does it take before it becomes wrong?

“Jean-Luc, we’re only moving six hundred people.” — Admiral Dougherty “How many people does it take before it becomes wrong? Hmm? A thousand? Fifty thousand? A million? How many people does it take, Admiral!?” — Picard Star Trek: Insurrection I first came across the story of the Chagos […]


First there was Shot by Both Sides and now it looks as though Coppersblog has bitten the dust in its present form, and all thanks to the Mail on Sunday. Regular readers of Tim Worstall’s Britblog Roundup will know that only last Sunday, Tim was congratulating the author […]

Be Afraid. Be Very Afraid.

This is one of the most frightening pieces of video I’ve ever seen – a British Prime Minister, and worse still a Labour Prime Minister calling for more power for the Police to dispense summary justice without recourse to the courts, describing our legal system as ‘Victorian’ and […]