Well, page one of it, at least. Yes, if you haven't managed to get your hands on a copy of The Smiths' lead singer's autobiography
Longsight M13. It's an area of Manchester immortalised by the Ian Brown song co-written by Aziz Ibrahim. It has taken us 15 minutes to drive here from Manchester's Piccadilly Station where Aziz collected me after the journey up from Euston. ..
His book is not going to be a classic (see above). Either Morrissey knows that - in which case the 'classic' label is a genuinely hilarious joke - or, horribile dictu, he believes it, in which case the book is likely to have all the humour and finesse of a statue produced by the Kim Jong-Il metallurgy factory for the glorification of the great leader.
Your bleak-but-totally-brilliant mash-up of the day? This one. Bravo, Joyo & AbsoluteDestiny.
Johnny Marr has spoken out about Margaret Thatcher. Like many other musicians, he has made his feelings about the late Prime
On Monday the Work and Pensions Secretary, Iain Duncan Smith, was challenged by a northern market stall trader to live on £53 a week. This concept caught fire as an online petition was set up and quickly received over 450k signatures.
The Twittersphere went wild with a torrent of hateful celebrations and equally hateful rebukes. Everyone seems to want to voice a very vocal opinion on how they feel about the death of the Iron Lady. What I find most interesting, and amazing, is that most of these public declarations come from my generation.
Music star Morrissey, a long-time critic of Baroness Thatcher, has berated her as "barbaric" and "without an atom of humanity
Here at HuffPost UK Comedy, we love nothing more than witty photographs (except for cat videos, possibly). So imagine our
Morrissey has hinted at retirement from the music business, following the cancellation of his US tour due to health problems