I recently heard a poignant tale of a family that pinned a poppy to the back of its Yorkshire Terrier, but it shook it off so they had it put down as a mark of respect
If there’s one thing he couldn’t stand, it was the poor whining on about being hungry
Then we’ll be in an ideal position to chat to them about the ways they kill all their innocent people
If Corbyn wants to be taken seriously, he really needs to sell planes and arrange deals on human rights with a King who beheads people
He didn’t give a job to Yvette Cooper, because she wouldn't take it. But if he really cared about feminism, he’d have said, “You’ll do whatever job I bloody well give you, love.”
Have we ever gushed so much over someone who has achieved so little?
How else would we know about his unholy asteroid alliance, or similarity to Mugabe?
We don't want to be deflated by tales like that of the war veteran whose benefits were stopped because he’d spent an afternoon selling poppies, after all
Maybe they should change their election rules again, so that anyone who disagrees with Tony Blair is only allowed to stand if they promise to get fewer than eight votes
The most perplexing part of the story is that it seemed as if the PM and his party, Syriza, were set to resist the orders being thrown at them
In 2008, when they were under 14, they spent the entire economy on sherbet and Pokémon cards – and then had the nerve to blame it on the banks
The bankers understand it's time people faced up to reality and accepted that the people who did more than anyone to ruin the world economy were old women in rural Crete
When Panorama exposed some of their wrongdoing in 2010, Cameron was 'furious' at the BBC, while The Sun accused them of 'muck-raking'
By doing this, Labour can blame their defeat on anything they proposed that might have been different from the Tories
Or, if they ran local campaigns against the Bedroom Tax it would at least look as if it stood for something
To win an election against a hostile media, you need a social movement behind you