From the daily archives:

Sunday, March 29, 2015

Week 13: Prat – The Liberal Democrats

March 29, 2015

This week’s Prats of the Week, are the Liberal Democrats. Last week’s winner of the Prat award was Lib-Dem MP Danny Alexander – something which has provoked a fairly lengthy discourse between myself and a reader in which he accused me of various crimes ranging from elitism and jealousy to plain not being very funny. […]

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Week 13: Hero – Charles Walker MP

March 29, 2015

This Week’s Her of the Week is Conservative MP for Broxbourne, Charles Walker MP for his role in defeating the attempted coup against the Speaker of the House It is not often that we make Conservative MPs our Heroes of the Week. But this one is thoroughly deserved. Last Thursday was the last day of […]

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#1004: 1965, Bob Dylan, Like A Rolling Stone

March 29, 2015

We have reached the half way mark of our top 10 greatest songs not to have featured in Songs To Learn and Sing – a feature we are running to mark the reaching of our 1000th song. If The Beatles’ Paperback Writer expanded the possibility of what a pop song could be, it was Like […]

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Songs To Learn and Sing Hall of Fame #3: The Smiths

March 29, 2015

With Jackie South’s posting of the truly epic How Soon Is Now? as part of our current 10 greatest songs not to have yet appeared in Songs To Learn and Sing, The Smiths became the third artist to gain entry to our exalted Hall of Fame, after The Beatles and The Clash. And who could […]

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