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Trust the Daily Mail to recognise the WWE metaphor...

The villains of Brexit wrestlemania…

I recently saw ‘Fighting with my family’ at the cinema and loved it. It is the enjoyable, uplifting story of how Saraya-Jade Bevis (professional name Paige) makes her personal journey from the fringes of Norwich life to become the youngest World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) ‘diva’ in the US, highly successful professional wrestler and business personality.

UK will be passing Kiribati as we are submerged in our own Brexit bile

Understanding Brexit, and where to experience it if we leave the EU on 29th March 2019…

Brexit is a ‘coup’, a ‘virus’ and a ‘fiasco’ of an by a new type of advanced, relatively wealthy ‘failing state’. Kiribati provides a particularly poignant place from which to view it if it goes ahead on 29th March 2019.

Proud to betray the Daily Mail’s “will of the people”

On the second anniversary of the UK’s greatest day of shame, I shall be doing something I haven’t done for decades – taking part in a political march to Parliament. That I am joining the “March for a People’s Vote” is a far from perfect representation of my views on Brexit. For one thing, if

2021 has to give new meaning to the being 'sent to Coventry' idiom

Culture in the age of intolerance – the Coventry challenge

As someone who has spent a lot of time in and around Coventry in the last few years, I can sincerely congratulate the city on becoming Government’s designated ‘UK City of Culture 2021’. I can also predict with absolute confidence that the city will make a success of the title. However, coming in the immediate