Apparently, there are anti-Brexit billboards like this one popping up all over the country by a campaign group called Stop the Silence and paid for by people like me who remain unconvinced that leaving the EU is such a good idea.
I stumped up my twenty quid through the campaign's website because it seemed the least I could do to express my doubts about our mass migration out of Europe. Read more ›››
Making up: This image of an animal skull actually hides the body of Mirjana Kika Milosevic, the make-up artist who uses her body as a canvas. You see how she did it and more of her work on YouTube.
We are not amused: Allan V Evans of Colorado has staked a claim to be the true sovereign of the United Kingdom and has taken out a public notice in the Times to state his case. Read more ›››
Jane Haining was a Christian missionary who worked with Jewish communities in Eastern Europe in the 1930s and 40s who in 2010 was posthumously named a British Hero of the Holocaust by the British Government.
She was born in Dunscore, Scotland, in 1897 the daughter of Thomas and Jane Haining. Her mother died when Jane was just five-years-old and as she grew she took on the role of caring for the family. Read more ›››
Tiny Trumps: We all remember how upset the Donald became when it was suggested that he had unusually small hands (confirmed by Madame Tussauds) so heaven knows what he thinks of the Tiny Trumps meme on Reddit.
Witchcraft: But that Trump meme is nothing compared to the occult attempt to put a spell on him. Read more ›››
I swear I heard Jurgen Klopp use the headline above to describe the strange world we live in as the reason that Claudio Ranieri got the sack as manager of Leicester City barely a year after he guided them to an unlikely Premiership winning season. But perhaps he has a point
A similar thing occurred to me today after Labour lost the Copeland seat they've held for eighty years and yet, like Monty Python's knight, Jeremy Corbyn declares it is but a scratch even though his arms are hanging off. Read more ›››
A sporting theme for ABC Wednesday this week as I focus on Harry Gem, the man who invented the game of lawn tennis.
Gem was born in the industrial heart of England in Birmingham in 1819. He was educated at King's College London and from 1841 he practised as a solicitor in his home city, becoming a magistrate's clerk in 1856. Read more ›››
Sweethearts: The city of Loveland, Colorado, has been busy this week as the postal point for thousands of Valentine's Day cards, including one headed for Donald Trump.
Meanwhile, an unidentified female aide at No10 fell for a hoax phone call saying that the Donald wanted to send Theresa May a bunch of her favourite flowers for Valentine's Day. Read more ›››