Monthly Archives: October 2009

Why are we going Tory?

A new poll shows the Conservatives within reach of a majority after their scandalous decision to put party logos on government cheques, and the Liberals within reach of the ocean floor after their scandalous decision to offer us rule by … Continue reading

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Madely in the morning, October 23

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The eloquence deficit

Where is the oratory of yesteryear? Not in Parliament, on the streets, or even in the newspapers. We have become a society of irritable mumblers in which a genuine rhetorical flourish would be as welcome as a genuine social conservative.
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Madely in the morning, October 16

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Entering the palace through the back door

Good morning everybody. A word from your head of state here. Now that I’m in charge there’s gonna be some changes so smarten up. And fetch my regal trappings.
What’s that from the cheap seats? Some mouldy old monarchist says I’m … Continue reading

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