The death of RMT General Secretary Bob Crow was condemned today by London Mayor Boris Johnson as ‘yet more disgusting strike action’. Crow’s death was called early this morning without warning, in a move that Johnson has called a ‘deliberate effort’ to sabotage negotiations on the future of the London Underground.
*Please note that at time of going to press there is absolutely no evidence to support this claim.
The BBC raised eyebrows today after announcing that the bulk of the £50m savings from the proposed closure of BBC3 will be spent on one really, really, really amazing episode of Casualty.
The European Commission announced today that after a quick rummage under the cushions of their couch, in which they were aided by the IMF, they somehow managed to produce the €15 billion which the Ukraine needs to help its shattered economy back on its feet.
Street parades and fireworks have greeted the two thousand and fourteen hundredth annual “What-About-The-Men Day,” which aims to celebrate the fact that there aren’t enough days celebrating men, and male history, and all the great things men do that feminists are ruining.Read more ›