I’ve been watching the live feed of the House of Commons for the past hour, waiting for the report stage of the “transparency” bill to start. As such, I’ve watched Maria Miller’s statement on the regulation of the press and her time and again defend the long drawn out Leveson process on the basis that… Continue reading #Leveson and the #gagginglaw: a tale of two processes
Chris Applegate’s life work is without purpose. Why? Because the Daily Mail is unspoofable. What satirical mind could have come up with this pile of nonsense for instance? Revolt! Robbed of their right to buy traditional light bulbs, millions are clearing shelves of last supplies Millions of Britons are finally waking up to the fact… Continue reading Eek! Evil EU ban our traditional way of light!
If I had had an opportunity over the weekend, I was planning to write an essay on my view of the whole Russell Brand / Jonathan Ross episode. Having read Charlie Brooker this morning however, I now realise I don’t need to: The sad, likely outcome of this pitiful gitstorm is an increase in BBC… Continue reading Charlie Brooker says it for me.