The Emperors New Clothes

'The Emperor's New Clothes': Brand at His Banker Baiting Best REVIEW

Philip Joa | Posted 28.06.2015 | UK Entertainment
Philip Joa

Teaming up with director Michael Winterbottom (Road to Guantanamo, The Shock Doctrine), Brand retains the vitriolic straight-to-camera polemic that has become his trademark.

If Russell Brand So Hates Inequality, Why Does He Persist In Being So Rich?

Damian Reilly | Posted 22.06.2015 | UK Politics
Damian Reilly

It is interesting to hear Brand - a man believed to be worth some £15million - discussing the privilege capitalism affords the elite. Presumably, he enjoys this privilege hugely. Did he not, he would divest himself of it.

Caroline Frost

The Thing That Would Surprise People About Russell Brand... | Caroline Frost | Posted 21.04.2015 | UK Entertainment

Russell Brand’s charisma is a unique quality that transcends economic barriers, according to the director of his new film ‘The Emperor’s New Clo...

Watch Russell Brand Doorstep The Daily Mail's Owner About His Tax Status

The Huffington Post UK | Caroline Frost | Posted 20.04.2015 | UK Entertainment

Russell Brand doorsteps Daily Mail owner Lord Rothermere about his tax arrangements, in his new film 'The Emperor's New Clothes'. The clip above s...

The Trailer For Russell Brand's Film Has Arrived, And The Bankers Won't Be Happy

The Huffington Post UK | Posted 30.03.2015 | UK Comedy

Typical. You wait ages for one thing called 'The Emperor's New Clothes', and then two come along at once. Yes, not only has Cassetteboy released hi...

Is Twitter the Emperor's new Clothes?

Pregnant City Girl | Posted 13.10.2011 | UK Lifestyle
Pregnant City Girl

Twitter has taken over my life. I've been owing a new blogpost for a couple of days now but I've been too busy either with employment lawyers, home insurance calls,sorting out Mr Pregnantcitygirl's wisdom teeth extraction with BUPA or messing about on Twitter.

Artless at a Summer Exhibition

Kate Shrewsday | Posted 26.09.2011 | UK Lifestyle
Kate Shrewsday

As we grow, do we simply forget how open life should be? What an incisive jewel truth is? Or does life become so complex that pretending is a bare essential for a grown up?