A scrap from the deep fat fryer that is my brain. My memory is absolutely rubbish. I struggle to remember anything wordy, which is a real pain for somebody who absolutely loves to sing in the shower. I suspect that I have never sung a lyric entirely correctly in my life.
The near week long campaign for justice witnessed in our newspapers and across social media is no longer just about the idea that Dominic Cummings may have ignored, stretched or reinterpreted the government's lockdown rules. It never really was. Whether or not Dominic Cummings broke lockdown or should have resigned is
As I took my place at the back of the most un-apologetically socialist crowd to gather since Billy Bragg headlined the Leftfield stage at 2017’s Glastonbury, I tried to decide how I would approach Labour’s election campaign launch. Would I be an unbiased, diligent and ruthless student journalist? Or would
Jeremy Corbyn launched Labour’s 2019 election campaign with a speech in Battersea this morning. In an address that lasted nearly one hour, the Labour party leader - introduced as “The next Prime Minister.” – shared the “most radical and exciting plan to bring real change ever put before the British public.” Whilst
Charlton Bested by High Flying Swans Swansea City went top of the Sky Bet Championship tonight after a hard fought 2-1 victory over Charlton Athletic at The Valley ground. Both teams started the game mathematically able to take the league’s top spot, but it was Swansea who seized the opportunity to reach