In the last episode before First Dates takes a quick break, it was a night of infidelity secrets, and everyone bungling into the toilet. Yes more people were rushing to go to the toilet than they were offering to pay for the bill.… Read on
In this week’s episode was 25-year-old Natasha from Bridgend, a trainee teacher who you would assume from looks would have no problem getting a man. Except she has a problem with men who can’t spell or who have bad grammar. Even when they pass the test, she explains they’re all to quick to send her a picture of their Johnson.… Read on
It’s now been six months since the BBC took BBC Three off our television screens and officially launched it as an “online-only” service with a considerably smaller content budget. As most of you will be aware, I was the driving force behind the #SaveBBC3 campaign for two years prior to this, hoping the BBC would rethink closing an important service young adults.… Read on
In this week’s episode the perfect example of this was when best friends Josh and Jack – both 21 – turned up at the restaurant. Promoters for the “most exclusive night clubs in Croydon” Josh and Jack were referred to as the Kray twins.… Read on
For those that follow me on social media you’ll know I’m a television addict. I’m told by some that they don’t need to watch television, because my tweets often sum up the shows for them. A lot of the television shows I watch are perhaps guilty pleasures that I wouldn’t echo a word about outside of the internet, but occasionally there is a show that captures my attention, and that I cannot recommend enough.… Read on
Readers of my blog will know last week was the first time in my six years within the Labour Party that I’ve been branded a “Blairite” to my face. This is despite having never voted for a Blairite, and being too young to even have voted for Tony Blair.… Read on
It’s cliché to say this after a festival, but I think Latitude this year was perhaps one of the best I’ve been to. After all of the doom and gloom in the news at the moment it felt like a challenge worth relishing to spend five days in a tent away from an office and away from a computer.… Read on
It’s the era of the resignation. Since the EU referendum, in just a space of two weeks, we’ve seen plenty. From Nigel Farage to David Cameron to Chris Evans and the England manager and most of the Labour front bench. Even Lucy Alexander off Homes Under the Hammer (it’s a travesty, my mum assures me).… Read on
After much debate, discussion, and thought I did not vote for Jeremy Corbyn in the leadership election last year. I felt there were candidates more in touch with the views I held, and I thought they had a better chance with the electorate.… Read on
One of the saddest aspects of this whole referendum has been the increase in racially motivated attacks in Britain. I am saddened that instead of acknowledging what has happened this month, social media has instead been filled with those continually repeating the claim that the leave voters were not racist for voting how they did when responding to these attacks.… Read on
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August 10, 2019