Articles tagged List:

Twenty Five (Good & Bad) Personal Reasons to Remember 2019

  • 29 Dec 2019

New Year is always a time to reflect on what's happened over the previous twelve months - the good and the bad. Friends you've made, loved ones you have lost. Workwise, 2019 was a great year for me. The move to the evening slot tuirned out to be a great thing, given much of...

My Top Ten Songs of 2019

  • 24 Dec 2019

My musical tastes are, shall we say, not to everyone's. I like pop, pure and simple. I like misery ballads. I also like electro-pop. You'll find lots of examples here in my list of ten favourite songs of 2019. Ridicule all you like. #wateroffaducksback Anyway, here goes... ...

19 Things I Like

  • 21 Feb 2019

Well, having told you in the previous blogpost about the 19 Things I Hate, several of you have asked me to 19 Things I Like. So here goes... 1 - Most liked food. Yorkshire pudding, Baked cheesecake with a raspberry topping, Chicken Fajitas, Mint Magnums, Mince Pies. I ...

19 Things I Hate

  • 21 Feb 2019

I discovered this on my old blog recently, which someone had tagged me to do, so I thought I'd bring it up to date. Hate is such an extreme emotion, but sometimes you just have to let it all out. Here goes...   1 - Most hated food. Avocado or prawns. Foods of the devil....

25 of the Nicest MPs in the House of Commons

  • 15 Feb 2019

People don't usually put the words 'nice' and 'politician' in the same sentence. They should because many politicians are indeed very nice people. Just like in the wider population, there is a fair share of nasty ones too, but in my experience most politicians are much more no...

Top Ten Westminster Stories Which Won't be Announced Today

  • 25 Jan 2019

10. Andrew Bridgen undergoes transgender therapy. 9. Sky News announces new political editor: It's Paul Mason 8. Kirk from Coronation Street to advise Andy Burnham on the Northern Powerhouse 7. Jess Phillips eats four Weetabix 6. Jeremy Paxman apologises to Michael Howard ...

Ten Signs You Have Joined the Establishment

  • 12 Jan 2019

10. You get a letter from Number Ten inviting you to accept a KCMG 9. You start reading the Court & Social page of The Times. 8. You get invited to speak at the Reform Club. 7. You eat Welsh Rarebit after dessert. 6. You believe William Rees-Mogg to have been the world...

The Vuelio List of Top 50 Political Influencers

  • 11 Jan 2019

Embed from Getty Images   The PR & Communications outfit Vuelio has produced a list of the 50 people they consider the main influencers on the political debate/agenda in this country. No one ever agrees on who's included in this sort of list, or where they are ranked...

My Political Awards of 2018

  • 26 Dec 2018

If you've listened to this week's episode of the 'For the Many' podcast, this won't be new to you. But here goes, anyway... Politician of the Year -  Dominic Raab Minister of the Year - Jeremy Hunt Shadow Minister - Emily Thornberry Worst Minister - Caroline Nokes ...

My Top 200 Tweeters of 2018

  • 22 Dec 2018

I have a love-hate relationship with Twitter. It can be the most amazing communications method, and when there's a breaking news story it is totally invaluable. But it's also become a sewer, which allows people to hurl abuse and rudeness around without fear of consequence. Thi...