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My Man of the Year

It’s time to reveal my high achievers of the year, those individuals that have made a real contribution or, frankly, just made me laugh. As usual, and I make no excuse for this, politicians dominate proceedings, but don’t let that stop you reading on. Whether you agree with Nigel Farage or not, you have to [...]


My Villain of the Year

We’re back! After a year’s hiatus for no other reason than sheer exhaustion this time last year, by popular demand I am resurrecting my annual heroes and villains blog (yes, some people really do like reading this rubbish, I’m as surprised as anyone!). Politics as ever throws up its fair share of villains and this [...]

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The Zoella Controversy

A twenty something woman called Zoe Sugg caused quite a bit of controversy this week and has caused a bit of a storm on social media too. Who is Zoe Sugg? Well, she’s a vlogger of course. Still not sure? Zoe has run a vlog (video blog) called Zoella since 2009 and as her visitor numbers [...]


Should The Horror of War Sell Christmas?

The Sainsbury’s advert has, according to the Telegraph, “upped the ante in the seasonal adverts battle”, but I found myself feeling more troubled than touched on first watching it yesterday. Yes, John Lewis evokes a reaction from us just like Sainsbury’s, and yes this is used to boost sales (see my previous blog, John Lewis: [...]