From the daily archives:

Sunday, April 22, 2012

Week 16: Villain – The Mail On-Line

April 22, 2012

This Week’s Villain of the Week (incredibly for the first time) is the The Forger’s Gazette , The Daily Hell, I mean the Mail On-Line This week’s news has been dominated by the trial of Norwegian mass murderer, Anders Behring Breivik.   The trial has been faced with the sickening spectacle of Breivik gloating about the […]

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Week 16: Prat – Rt Hon Theresa May MP

April 22, 2012

This week the Allthatsleft Prat of The Week Award goes to the Secretary of State for the Home Department, Theresa May. We at Allthatsleft are in favour of grown up politics (no really we are).  And part of grown up politics is accepting that all governments, whatever their political colours, make mistakes. It is an […]

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Week 16: Hero – Francois Hollande

April 22, 2012

This week, our award for the greatest hero of the last seven days goes to French presidential hopeful, Francois Hollande. With today’s first round of the French presidential elections, there could be only one possible hero of the week here at All That’s Left.  Step forward, Monsieur Normal. Polling suggests that the first round will […]

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Mr East Goes To The Movies: Headhunters

April 22, 2012

There is a Scandi-Crime wave at the moment.  The huge (and thoroughly deserved) success of the Danish police procedural telly series, The Killing, with its iconic female lead, Sarah Lund, and her dysfunctional personal life; the gazillion-selling Girl With A Dragon Tattoo Millennium trilogy and the Swedish and now American film adaptations, the less explicable […]

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In Praise of Record Store Day (With One Caveat)

April 22, 2012

Back in the day, when I was a music obsessed teenager, every Saturday I would go from my small seaside town to a slightly larger seaside town by train with my mate Tony the Silent to spend the day spending hard earned paper round and café table cleaning wages record shopping.   My home town had […]

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