Wednesday, 23 May 2018

No News Today

According to the Today programme, the biggest story in Britain was admissions to Oxford, the biggest story in the world was the death of Philip Roth, and the biggest story after those two was the financial health of Marks and Spencer.

At nine o'clock, Radio Four changed the order of priorities from Oxford, Roth, Knickers, to Roth, Knickers, Oxford. But it still left in fourth place the fact that the Government was planning to limit each household's permitted consumption of water.

Labour fought the 1979 General Election on a commitment to introduce a National Grid for water. What Loony Leftism, as I am sure that you will agree. In the meantime, hasn't privatisation turned out wonderfully?

I still support a National Grid for water. Do you want someone to make that case in the coming hung Parliament? My crowdfunding page has been taken down without my knowledge or consent. But you can still email instead, and that address accepts PayPal.

Although with public services like the BBC, who needs privatisation? Tens of thousands, possibly hundreds of thousands, of SNP supporters have not paid the licence fee in years. They receive nothing worse than snotty letters. But for its insight into the priorities of our lords and masters, this morning's Today programme was worth the licence fee on its own.


  1. It's official. Russia downed MH17.

    The independent investigators found the missile belonged to a Russian brigade