A MAN is more upset that coronavirus stole from him the opportunity to discover the 50 best Oasis B-sides than the chance to see his old nan one last time.
THE Sun is the worst of Britain and has been for 40 years. But can it continue its downward spiral into evil? Perhaps with these headlines:
OH dear, it looks like you’re enjoying something which the Guardian says you shouldn't. Here staff writer Nathan Muir explains how to feel guilty about everything.
THE Daily Mail has confirmed it is still evil to the core despite being right about the Dominic Cummings affair.
GUARDIAN and Daily Mail readers exchanged gifts in no man’s land during a rare moment of solidarity before going back to hating each other.
A PHILOSOPHER writing for the Guardian who has proposed that Britons take a ‘holiday of the mind’ clearly needs to f**k off.
NOW, more than ever, we need our tabloids. Here Sun journalist Roy Hobbs explains how their daily dose of shrieking, fabricated hysteria is keeping Brits sane in their darkest hour.
NO serious person, whatever their politics, could ever doubt that the BBC is unfailingly impartial. Jane Hill unbiasedly explains why £154.50pa is a bargain.
BRITISH newspapers are famous for intrusive coverage, personal hate campaigns and outright lies. But could they sink lower?