In a 1960s London drug den, a young Eric Napton picked up a snazzy electric guitar left on the floor by a stoned hippy. Without a care for either the theft of said guitar, or of the lack of any ability to read or write music, the chemically-inconvenienced Napton left the building and stumbled on to a train, guitar slung over his shoulder. Shortly afterwards, he disembarked at Clapham Common. Continue reading “RIP Rock Legend, hell raiser, bad driver and narcotic bon viveur, Eric Clapham”
Today all England grieves for the loss of this fearless Brexiteer, ruthless money maker and top insurance policy seller five years running. Proving if you want something bad enough there’s nothing you won’t do to get there. Continue reading “RIP Arron Banksit fearless Brexiteer, interesting business man and top insurance seller”
We are very saddened to hear of the untimely death of the controversial truth campaigner and stalwart fighter for truth, justice and integrity.
Renowned as the editor of several National Newspapers, and as a known associate of Rupert Murdoch, Smears was never one to not go far enough. Continue reading “RIP The much loved truth and justice campaigner, Smears Morgan”
Today all England grieves for the loss of this modern day St George, killed when his Bentley Continental hit a lorry load of gammon, on the M1.
Like many truth and justice campaigners he’d a chequered history prior to his revelation that there was money and power to be had from demonising minorities.
Stephen Yaxley-Lennon experimented with many names before settling on a something that would resonate well with the those from a more urban background. He abandoned Andrew McMaster as it was too Scottish and Paul Harris because of its connotations with the other famous Harris, Rolf. Gobby Robinson, it appears, was more in line with the names of those brave soldiers who died building the British Empire. Continue reading “RIP Gobby Robinson fearless champion of free speech and England’s saviour”
We are devastated to report the unfortunate and untimely death of beloved local celebrity, and freedom of speech campaigner, Hatie Hopkins.
Hatie rose to public prominence when she almost managed to open a successful market stall in Sugar Street. Subsequently, her much loved public appearances have drawn small crowds and attracted little attention. In an attempt to desperately increase her media profile, she proceeded to lose a series of high profile court cases. Eventually forcing her to sell her home and enter into an IVA.
Continue reading “RIP Hatie Hopkins a great loss to a once proud nation”