Monday, 31 March 2008


Something a little bit different today - football or rather a footballer. I'm no Man U fan, in fact I'm an Evertonian, so you may think Rooney would be the last person I'd choose to draw. But he made his choices and did what he thought was best for him. He is undoubtedly a great player and so I say good luck to him.

Saturday, 29 March 2008

Police say not enough evidence to charge Clarkson

Clarkson Gets a Stern Talking To..

Following The Daily Mirror publishing photographs of Jeremy Clarkson doing 70mph while chatting on his mobile (calling him a "Berk in a Merc"), the police have announced that they will not be charging Clarkson with any offence through 'lack of evidence'. No wonder they've lost control of the streets with staggering investigative prowess as this.

Friday, 28 March 2008

Nick and Gordie

'Entente Formidable'. Let's just hope it isn't another fine mess they're gettin' us into.

Wednesday, 26 March 2008

Hillary Under Fire..

Saturday, 22 March 2008

I Pledge Allegiance..

News this week the British Ministry of Defence has sent out a dictat to British teachers telling them the version of the Iraq War that they can teach in the classroom. It was noted that the dictat came complete with American spelling of words spelt differently on this side of the Atlantic, so the question arises - just who is dictating the version of events to British school children?

George Orwell's Newsspeak is here.

Wednesday, 19 March 2008

An Extra-ordinary Rendition

The Politics Show is off air for three weeks over the Easter holidays, so I'll be posting a regular cartoons that are little different than my usual efforts, which will reflect the state of play in the UK and the rest of the world as I see it..

Sunday, 16 March 2008

UK Growth Lower Than Expected

Poor old Alistair Darling, I wonder if he's glad he got handed the poison chalice of stewardship of an economy in decline? In his first budget as Chancellor of the Exchequer, he had to announce lower than expected projected growth, so perhaps he needs a new suit to fit this change?

Monday, 10 March 2008

Inebriation! Inebriation! Inebriation!

It would seem to me the only people who think the 24 hour licensing laws had been a succes are the New Labour government, while the rest of us see drink related violent crime becoming ever more prevalent in our society. Anyone who ventures out in the centre of any medium sized town and larger at the weekend in Britain cannot fail to see the effects that cheap booze and liberal licensing laws are having on our society. I want a country where no one is ever afraid to walk the streets and what the government have really said in announcing that 24 hour licensing is here to stay is that they couldn't care less about our safety nor right to be left alone to go about our business without fear of harassment or physical attack.

Tuesday, 4 March 2008

Smartin Martin Departin?

The knives were out for the Speaker of the House of Commons again and this time he looks as though he may be on his way following revelations about unreasonable expense claims including one for thousands of pounds to cover his wifes taxi fares.