If tomorrow morning we suddenly all woke up to a new administration with him at the helm, how would things genuinely change?
Once a moderately successful advertising copywriter, Paul Marshall is now in the business of import and export, which he's sad to report isn't a front for something far more nefarious and lucrative. When not working, he occasionally enjoys inflicting his invariably dumb opinions on anyone who's bored enough to read about them. Despite being alive for half a century, he's still trying to find his place in the world. He doubts that this will ever happen.
The Weakening Of An Already Weak Prime Minister Compared To The Emboldening Of An Already Bold President.
May's increasingly weak leadership is of marked contrast to that Trump and his uniquely confrontational style of getting things done
16/10/2018 10:19 BST
Regardless of our age, we’re all children of Brexit now and we’ll end up carrying the burden of the split for years, if not, decades to come
26/09/2018 16:33 BST
Have We Finally Fallen Out Of Love With Politicians? Worse Still, Have Politicians Finally Fallen Out Of Love With Politics?
Put simply, the passion has gone out of politics and the question is how can we get it back?
31/08/2018 13:50 BST
Surprisingly, however, I’m in support of banning the burka
13/08/2018 10:08 BST
One can’t help wondering how much better everything would have been had the whole referendum never occurred
07/08/2018 07:46 BST
Twitter has become, and is increasingly turning into, a destructive force for malicious messaging
23/07/2018 15:14 BST
Literally everywhere I go, everyone, regardless of their age or sex, is talking about football. Conversations in cafes and restaurants that one used to be eager to eavesdrop on are no longer worth craning your neck to hear'
09/07/2018 16:37 BST
The Labour camp can’t wait for another electoral contest - but should any of them actually be so keen?
04/06/2018 15:53 BST
With the two-year anniversary of the referendum fast approaching, anyone who voted to exit the EU has perilously little to celebrate
26/03/2018 10:16 BST
Let’s not forget that it’s still relatively early days in his first term
05/03/2018 11:26 GMT
Our mother may have gone, but the problems facing dementia care in this country most definitely have not
29/01/2018 13:59 GMT
Where is the country’s new Churchill when we need them the most?
15/01/2018 16:37 GMT
If Christopher Plummer wins a Golden Globe and perhaps an Oscar, for his role as J. Paul Getty in All The Money In the World
14/12/2017 11:47 GMT
We often regret something we did in the past. A decision we rushed into without being fully aware of the facts or the consequences of our behaviour. An action that with the glorious benefit of hindsight we might well have abstained from altogether. These are the things that once done cannot be undone. Or can they? Before you get too excited, Aston most definitely isn't returning to Strictly.
13/11/2017 12:50 GMT
Shirley couldn't resist once again laying into the routine dreamt up by Brendan. The ensuing couple of minutes, when it appeared as if they may actually come to blows, definitely made for uncomfortable, yet weirdly compulsive viewing.
09/10/2017 13:29 BST
Ever since Sir Bruce Forsyth left Strictly Come Dancing, it hasn't been the same as it was under his effortless old school showbiz control. Having soft shoe shuffled off this mortal coil, what better tribute could there have been for the man and the programme he made his own than if this is where it had ended?
12/09/2017 14:03 BST
30/08/2017 13:57 BST
Personality wise, the actor has imbued the nation's favourite fictional spy with the charismatic appeal of a past his prime, pumped up gym instructor. This means that any villain has to work doubly hard to compensate. But of late they've simply paled next to former dastardly greats such as Auric Goldfinger and Francisco Scaramanga.
14/08/2017 11:13 BST
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