From the daily archives:

Monday, March 30, 2015

#1005: 1984, The Smiths, What Difference Does It Make

March 30, 2015

The Smiths managed to get two songs into our Hall of Fame 1000th song list; Jackie described the other song, How Soon Is Now, beautifully as a song that sums up the feeling of desperate isolation and worthlessness felt by teenagers in a stunningly poignant way. But, there was more to The Smiths than just […]

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Week 13: Villain – William Hague

March 30, 2015

This week, outgoing Leader of the House William Hague earns our Villain of the Week award In his last act as Leader of the House, William Hague ensured that his reputation will carry a permanent tarnish through his attempt to rig the rules for electing the Speaker. Hague is an intriguing character: his famous 1977 […]

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General Election: Let the Madness Begin

March 30, 2015

And so it begins… Parliament has been dissolved and David Cameron has informed The Queen. The 2015 General Election has officially begin. Let the madness begin. After five long years of quite possibly the worst Government in living memory, it is over. It is finally over. The coalition Government of 2010-2015 has come to an […]

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