Author: JuliaM

Angry about the state of my country, I started commenting in about 2004, and finally blogging for myself in 2008, and so, here we are! I blog as 'JuliaM' though at CiF and other sites, my handle is 'thylacosmilus'. Don't worry, I only bite fools and leftwingers.

The Beginning Of The End…

Social mobility rears its ugly head yet again, courtesy of CiF columnist, Poppy Noor: Ernst & Young’s policy also extends beyond schooling, with new measures that prevent interviewers from asking applicants about relevant experience. Wha..? In a normal world, this…

“Must Have Been An Inside Job, Sarge…”

The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) was looking into a complaint made by a member of the public relating to Katy Bourne’s 2016 re-election campaign. The complainant contacted the IPCC after Ms Bourne posted on Facebook during the campaign that…

Another Golfclap For British ‘Justice’….

A burglar who targeted six elderly and disabled victims during a four-week crime spree- including a 95-year-old woman- has been spared jail. Wha..? Among the items stolen were cash, iPads, reading glasses, bank cards, handbags and even disabled parking badges.…

Overreach – It’s Always The End Game…

Most protest movements and support societies start out with a genuine cause, an injustice to right, a recognition to achieve. But eventually, they all end up the same way: Trans-activists are enjoying huge success in their campaign to re-invent our…

Backdoor Law…?

We’ve never had a ‘Good Samaritan’ Law here in England, unlike on the continent. But a little-noticed case last year may have now ushered that in. Initially treated as a murder, the charge was reduced to manslaughter: Michael Bowditch, of…

“But I’m An Act-or, Dahlink, Not A Stagehand!”

It was designed as an innovative and immersive drama to brighten up a struggling part of Brighton’s seafront. But the team behind Something Street has found themselves in hot water with Brighton and Hove City Council after failing to clear…

Rent Death-Seeking

Stephen Habgood (chairman of the national suicide prevention charity Papyrus) in the ‘Guardian’: Coroners are understandably reluctant to reach a verdict of suicide. Many families who have lost loved ones to suicide, particularly when the deceased are their children, do…