Tag: Offence seeking

What You Think You’re Paying For….

…vs what they’ll spend your donation on. Giving money to children’s charity ‘Childline’? Awwww, go on, you know you want to! Those heartrending adverts about abused and neglected kiddiewinks, starved and brutalised by their caregivers, frightened by clowns and…. Wait.…

Making It All About Yourself…

Dear Oxford 14-year-old, I’ll call you Sarah. I don’t know who you are, but if Jeremy Vine can write to a 15-year-old from Romford attacked by a group of teenagers to offer his support then you deserve no less. And…

‘Offensive And Upsetting’ To Whom..?

Gosh! At it again, civil servants? And what did they edit this time? *boggle* And despite it being swiftly restored, they seem intent on doing it again and again… Someone should be asking questions, about this misuse of government equipment…

Qwabe The Qwybaby…

The Oxford law student who accused his own university of normalising and propping-up the “existence of systemic racism” has said he is growing tired of the ‘why go to Oxford?’ question being asked by the public. Awwww, diddums! Did you…

No Saucy Front Covers Please, We’re British!

When Jilly Cooper’s seminal “bonkbuster” novel Riders was re-released earlier this year with a “sanitised” cover, it was decried as a symbol of political correctness gone too far. Now, however, the best-selling author has disclosed that she ordered it to…

Spectacularly Inappropriate Timing, PlodFed!

Victims of crime are suffering a poorer service because of police budget cuts, a survey of detectives indicates. Not only do the results published on Monday highlight the continuing pressure officers are under, they show that detectives believe victims and…

Have They Thought This Through?

Being Greens, the answer is almost certainly ‘Not really’… Coun Duncan, pictured right, has been stripped of his two deputy chairman roles in licensing committees and is set to be formally censured at the next full council meeting on Thursday,…

To Be Sure, ‘tis A Rare Old Ding-Dong…

Popcorn and a pint of Guinness please! The Equality Authority and travellers group Pavee Point have both called for the article to be withdrawn. However journalist Brenda Power this afternoon defended the article on RTE’s Liveline, condemning the Equality Authority…

‘Blue On Blue’ Is Great Fun, Yes…

…until you realise you’re the one getting stuck with the bill: A 14-year race discrimination court battle has cost the taxpayer almost a million pounds. Equality campaigner Natasha Sivanandan won £420,000 in compensation after a council-funded anti-racism group turned her down for…