After John Perscot, Labour MP had water thrown on him by a member of Chumbawumba, he recently tweeted:
“I may celebrate Chumbawumba’s breakup by going out and buying their greatest hit album”
‘Being kettled [trapped by Police in street protests] has become as much a part of the middle class advanture as a gap year in Asia’ The people’s songs, BBC Radio 2
[Education Secretary]” Gove is shaping up to become the most influential figure in education since the Second World War” – Anthony Seldon. Does he mean including the war?
“Beware of no man more than yourself’ we carry our worst enemies within us” – G K Chesterton
“If you don’t want to twist to this, you’re probably already dead” – Craig Charles DJ
And here’s a song I recently discovered, by the late and tragically no longer with us, Elliot Smith with Walz no. 2, live on Jools Holland: