Wouldn't it be just hilarious if instead of throwing milkshakes leftist agitators instead threw battery acid at their opponents Actually, no, BBC-promoted comedienne Jo Brand, it really, really wouldn't.
MixedTimes - James Delingpole
Boris Johnson is looking more and more like Britain's next prime minister. This has nothing to do with the uncharacteristically stiff, dreary, workmanlike campaign launch speech he gave this morning - and everything to do with how he handled the questions afterwards.
The Brexit Party may have lost the Peterborough by-election but it's winning the battle of ideas. Just look at the effect it is having on the Conservative leadership contest.
Here is a Donald Trump supporter being attacked with a milkshake, jostled, and shrieked at by an angry leftist mob perpetrating violence with impunity outside London’s Houses of Parliament.
This is the anniversary of the greatest moment in the history of the BBC: the heroic ascent of Nelson's Column in London's Trafalgar Square by Blue Peter presenter John Noakes.
Greenpeace co-founder Patrick Moore has testified to Congress on the imminent Sixth Great Extinction predicted in a recent UN report. His verdict could hardly be more devastating to the cause of environmental alarmism: he says there is no evidence to support these doomsday predictions whatsoever.
At the final London rally of the Brexit Party I made a short film, which I hope captures the atmosphere of a political movement taking the world by storm.
Here are the three things which have most shocked and disgusted (though not surprised) me about the European Elections.
Once Britain is an independent sovereign nation again, such decisions can be taken by our own government and not by a bunch of unelected technocrats at the European Commission.
Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage has just been assaulted with a milkshake. There is nothing funny or clever about these milkshake attacks which so far have been directed solely at campaigners who believe in Brexit, never at campaigners agitating for Remain.
The Guardiannewspaper has decided to change the name ‘global warming’ because it doesn’t sound scary enough. From now on, the Guardian‘s editor-in-chief Kath Viner has ordered, ‘global warming’ is to be called ‘global heating.
"Wouldn't it be worth five years of Labour lunacy just to give British conservatism the kick up the arse it needs?" a correspondent asks me.
Tommy Robinson is to stand trial again for contempt of court. This is the same offence for which he has already spent a considerable amount of time in prison, most of it in solitary confinement for his own safety.
The Global Warming Policy Foundation (GWPF) has made a formal complaint to the BBC about the series of gross inaccuracies in its recent documentary Climate Change: The Facts.
The increasingly unwatchable and slavishly woke BBC plumbed new depths last night. It gave a prime time slot to a piece of environmental propaganda so blatant, shameless, and dishonest it might just as well have been a political broadcast on behalf of Extinction Rebellion.
Brexiteers are much nicer people than Remainers, experts have confirmed.
Now that she has said she is going, people have started to say nice things about Theresa May.
This morning I had a taste of Britain at its best when I joined about 100 Brexiteers on a leg of the ‘March to Leave’ from Sunderland in the North East of England down to London.