Embrace Antisemitism to Remain?

BY JAMIE FOSTER Labour moderates seem to be considering a deal with Corbynites in order to prevent Brexit. Despite having been savagely attacked over years, the moderates are so concerned about Brexit that they might be prepared to halt their attacks on Corbyn and play down the antisemitism that is rife in the party if Corbyn will vote against Theresa May’s Brexit plan. Leading Remainer … Continue reading Embrace Antisemitism to Remain?

The Bramble

Ingredients: 60ml dry gin 30ml lemon juice, freshly squeezed 15ml sugar syrup 15ml crème de mûre (blackberry liqueur) Lemon slice, to garnish Fresh blackberries, to garnish Instructions: Place gin, lemon juice and sugar syrup in a shaker packed with ice and shake vigorously. Strain into a glass filled with crushed ice. Drizzle liqueur over ice. Garnish with lemon and blackberries to serve. Continue reading The Bramble

Smearing Boris Backfires

CSM EDITORIAL The dossier and smears launched against Boris Johnson this weekend seemed planned to coincide with the launch of the ERG’s alternative plans for Brexit. The hitjob is well-detailed here http://bit.ly/2oPO2f4  here http://bit.ly/2wYtAwj  and here http://bit.ly/2wVjuMB  As things turned out, Boris’ use of the term suicide vest rather dulled the attacks – a quite brilliant shield tactic or a lucky counter strike by the man who could well … Continue reading Smearing Boris Backfires

Kubrick’s Most Enduring Masterpiece

BY ANDREW MOODY Kubrick made some extraordinary pictures, but none appear to endure like his ambiguous Vietnam epic Full Metal Jacket. Former Gulf War veteran and author Anthony Swofford wrote a piece for the New York Times accusing the film of seducing his generation to war. At the end of the dubious article he talks about laughing at the Gunnery sergeant (Lee J Ermy) and … Continue reading Kubrick’s Most Enduring Masterpiece

Salisbury Response Unsatisfactory

BY JAMIE FOSTER The attack by two Russian GRU agents on the Skripals was ‘more Johnny English than James Bond’ according to security minister Ben Wallace. He told LBC’s Nick Ferrari in a colourful interview that “they were sent as soldiers to do a mission and they failed in that mission.” He went on to say “I wouldn’t want to work for or with the … Continue reading Salisbury Response Unsatisfactory

Stalked Radio Play Part V

The Final Part (5 of 5) of Dom Wightman’s Radio Play, “Stalked”. To Listen please click on the link below: This is obviously a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to any actual persons, or actual serial bullies, stalkers or trolls, living or dead, or actual events, is purely … Continue reading Stalked Radio Play Part V