So, here was the plan: I was going to fly from Katowice to London Luton, take a train to Westminster, visit my colleagues, take a train to Bath and…
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For years, wrestling fans bemoaned the iron grip that Vince McMahon held on his business, World Wrestling Entertainment. Every decision went through…
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It is very possible that the shooting of Chris Kaba by a London police officer was illegitimate. We know he was unarmed. We know his car had been boxed…
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A certain kind of Englishman is utterly convinced that his compatriots have the brains of a tuna fish. To him, British people are drunk on patriotism…
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A bar in my town is collapsing. I know that sounds allegorical. The regular clients have gone elsewhere? The staff have resigned? Mouse poo was…
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Hello, Obligatory shilling. What a busy month! (Well, five weeks.) I wrote for my paying Substack subscribers about Ukraine and truth, fertility rates…
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On the outskirts of my town is a lake: Jezioro Nakło Chechło. To walk to the lake I have to walk through the centre of my town, through a suburb, and…
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I was browsing Netflix recently — I’m only human —when I saw an advert for a film called 365 Days: This Day. Do you know the classic moment in a horror…
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“Over the last few years,” reports MyLondon, “Brixton has become increasingly gentrified with an increase of mainstream shops as well as pubs and bars…
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You will meet few people, nowadays, who would take offence at being called “transgressive”. Left-wingers see themselves as transgressing against the…
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No one quite remembered who had been the first man to wear his pants on his head. Rumours had begun to circulate about a man attending parties, book…
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Okay, I am far from being the best judge here. A vegetarian writing about Polish food? You might as well have a teetotal man reviewing Italian wines…
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