'Telford's Change' embodies an ambivalence which carries through to the Britain of today.
She only ever sings that one song, to the same backing track.
It’s not a political statement so much as an anti-statement, a means of image-making that resists firm interpretation.
More editorial cartoons from the acid pen of Patrick Gathara!
In the grocery store, sometimes I feel very conscious of the length of my short dress, or whom I have gone with.
There’s a palpable sense that Britain was at its best back when people were living on rations, the era that had just come to a close when Coronation Street first went on the air.
The Left once stood for extraparliamentary struggle; now you are a bomb-hurling maniac for suggesting a trivial tax increase.
Because of course Blair disappointed. These bright, handsome men always do.