Welcome to another edition of Just the Facts, a column where I impart information in the form of bullet-pointed factoids that you may use to impress people with your seemingly in-depth knowledge that lasts as long as it takes to charge a phone these days. Please note, although the factoids are bullet-pointed, they cannot be… Continue reading Just the Facts – Candidates Rundown
https://twitter.com/adampayne26/status/1131843968545824768 Sorry, they sent it to me Adam. "Well thank god that's over. If only I'd not been eyeing up the caviar vol-au-vents when Sir Nicholas Winton wisely advised me about compromise and I'd looked up what the word actually meant. I didn't realise I had to do it as well, otherwise what's the point… Continue reading Bye.
After Barrington Higginbottom's quite frankly useless first attempt at a political report - which is so long ago now that no one remembers it and is frankly not worth clicking on this link to see, even if you are new and have some masochistic curiosity about it - I have decided on a new approach.I… Continue reading Clean Politics
Welcome to Just the Facts, a column where I am your curator of some little snippets of information that you may reliably tell other people are true because you read them on the internet. In this special edition, following on from my Brexit explainer and the article Just the Facts: Renegotiated for Factualness, I am bringing… Continue reading Just the Facts: Renegotiation update
Welcome to Just the Facts, a column where I am your curator of some little snippets of information that you may reliably tell other people are true because you read them on the internet. This week I am going for a highly topical subject as I just read it on the internet myself minutes ago.… Continue reading Just the Facts: Unbelievable but strangely more true than normal edition.
Although from my last post it may seem to you that I am somewhat less than ‘a Christmas person’, I am sufficiently aware of the traditions associated with it that I thought I should attempt to recognise them in some traditional, happy and cheery way. So, in an effort to get into some semblance of… Continue reading A Christmas Carol: Spectacles, Scepticals and Spirits