I made this for the local micro news site I volunteer for… The 2017 snap general election word bingo game card…. What score did you get?
The Second Scottish referendum. Or You can supranational away our sovereignty, but you’ll never take our ‘freedom’. So the Scottish had a independence referendum, 3 years ago. The result was a NO to independence by a wide 10% majority. Job done, message sent, VHS copies of Braveheart put away and a continuation of the…… Continue reading The Second Scottish referendum. Or You can supranational away our sovereignty, but you’ll never take our ‘freedom’.
As ever I am very grateful to my editor, Sarah, at the http://www.starandcrescent.org.uk for her time, patience and guidance with my satirical contributions. I put this one together to celebrate the start of a new fiscal year, to celebrate Portsmouth City Councils tawdry last year and to squeeze it all into the theme of the…… Continue reading some Portsmouth-centric satire
Trump: the international realist Or How to get ahead and alienate people. Things seem to settle down somewhat in the White House for the last 5 days or so. I wonder if they have a board up in the White house staff break room that reads, ‘Days since we had a total whirlwind of…… Continue reading Trump: the International Realist or ‘how to get ahead and alienate people’
This is a short blog to celebrate the governance in my home town of Portsmouth. Just a little story that I would commend to some satire. Portsmouth used to have a community hub arts centre in a local park. Run by volunteers it was a hub for people to learn and enjoy creating art…… Continue reading Cultured Portsmouth
I have to admit that I can not draw. My artistic skills are limited in the extreme. You might have thought that would be a road block to a satirist, however we live in an age where technology makes anything possible. So undeterred by complete lack of artistic talent I took to the internet in a…… Continue reading Some satirical infographics
Brexit, from the UK perspective.
Oh my, how many words, insults and offended philosophies have been thrown at the subject of Brexit.