From the daily archives:

Sunday, August 31, 2014

Cine-East Film Club: The First 50 Presentations

August 31, 2014

With the presentation of Terry Gilliam’s fantastical comedy, The Fisher King dedicated to Robin Williams, the Cine-East Film Club reached its  half century.  When I started the feature a couple of years back (yes, my intention of weekly posts has for one reason or another not lived up to reality) was to provide a regular […]

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Week 35: Hero – MK Dons

August 31, 2014

This week’s heroes are the MK Dons. No one particularly likes the MK Dons, even the fans of the MK Dons are a bit embarrassed to support a team that really only exist because the former owners of Wimbledon FC, fucked over the history and culture of that club and relocated to Milton Keynes. But, […]

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Week 35: Prat – David Cameron

August 31, 2014

This week, our glorious Prime Minister has earned our panel’s Prat of the Week Award According to our Prime Minister, Islamic State are ‘a greater and deeper threat to security than we have ever known’. As George East remarked earlier this week, this is a ridiculously hyperbolic statement that does not bear much examination. My […]

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Week 35: Villain – Shaun Wright

August 31, 2014

This Week’s Villain of the Week is the Police and Crime Commissioner for South Yorkshire, Shaun Williams The sheer scale of sexual abuse of children in care in Rotherham is truly horrifying involving over a thousand of the most vulnerable children as victims and spanning a period of 16 years, from 1997 until as recently […]

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