Tag Archives: News
The BBC Have Your Say discussions are virtually always a pointless waste of time – I usually only read for the amusement value of how thick some people are (lots of proof here). I mean will letting Joe Public spout … Continue reading
Filming buildings for fun and being ‘cocky’ are enough to get you arrested apparently. Now there may be times when questioning people is legitimate if they are acting suspicously (you notice the key point there, actually identifying some suspicious behaviour). … Continue reading
Whilst trying to appear tough on immigration in the run up to a general election, Gordon Brown has announced plans to review the student visa system – again. Instead of questioning whether properly scrutinising visa applications and international students’ finances … Continue reading
Domestic violence lessons and ‘conflict study’ classes make there way into schools. Which is nice to see. Although I do think the domestic violence classes should not just be targeted at girls. Whilst they say that it only affects 20% … Continue reading
I saw Katie Piper in the news a few weeks back, talking about how she’d been attacked in a street with acid. Seemed like a shocking thing for anyone to do but I didn’t relalise that it’s far from uncommon … Continue reading
People eating a live fish in a restaurant. Its lower half is fried but the head is kept alive….. Made me feel a little odd watching that – and not in a good way….
Rise in Falluja birth defects. Be interesting to see what they link it to.
Spanish region teaches onanism to teenagers. Not sure they really need to teach the lads and any pamphlet they hand out to them probably only needs to contain a few website links and instructions on where to buy lube…
Poppy facism on the rise? Seems to be getting worse year on year. What what used to be a fairly simple situation of people either buying one or not has turned into one where people that don’t have one are … Continue reading
Mayor proposes paying problem parents not to breed. Whilst quite controverial – and apparently Michael Laws is known for such controversy – it would only be voluntary and actually quite practical.