Scarborough Boxing Day - Raft Race Pictures

Friday, 27 December 2013

Photos from the raft race, part of Scarborough's annual Boxing Day celebrations.

Participants are glazed with flying eggs before being lightly dusted with flour

Police Outrage over Introduction of Training Fees - Gov plans Beatdown

Tuesday, 17 December 2013

A local bobby gives a student a friendly punch in the face at ULU protests

The Metropolitan Police prepared to strike today, following declarations that tuition fees are to be introduced for all types of police training.
It is estimated that, when the next wave of GCSE-challenged police canditates graduate from secondary school, the cost of the Initial Police Learning and Development Programme will be an average £9,000 per year.

Cameron's Mother Breaks Record for 'Longest Post-Natal Depression' - report

Saturday, 7 December 2013

David Cameron, pretending to drink a beer, yesterday.

Betty Cameron, long-suffering mother of UK Prime minister David, has spoken out today following her son's embarrassing attempt to score political credibility from the death of human rights figurehead Nelson Mandela.

"I'm so sorry", she began, struggling to fight back tears. "I knew there was something wrong with him as soon as I had him in my arms at St Bartholomew's Hospital. I mean, for a start, his face is actually bigger than his entire head. Have you noticed that? How is that even possible?"

7 barriers to revolution in the UK (and how we might overcome them)

Monday, 2 December 2013



Russell Brand's interview with Jeremy Paxman has been watched, as of today, by around 10 million youtube users. UK facebook and twitter feeds are abuzz with dissenting alternative media articles and demonstrate a thousand creative ways of calling David Cameron a smug, elitist wank stain. Talk of revolution is on English lips for perhaps the first time since the self-styled 'Puritan Moses' lopped off the noggin of King Charles I and dissolved the Rump Parliament in 1653. Almost all Britons - young and old, rich and poor - seem to have accepted the fact that our political system as a whole no longer represents the will of the average citizen, but the interests of big business and the religion of money. The conditions for revolution are ripe, and yet ... nothing is happening. Why are Britons, outside of their culinary practices, so reluctant to revolt?