Tony Blair

festivals 2016

We Conducted an EU Referendum at Glastonbury’s Stone Circle at 2AM

I took a credible candidate from each side, some ballot papers, and a box to determine if Glastonbury is the left wing paradise we all think it is.
Oobah Butler
6.23.16
Stuff

An Interview with Louis Theroux

We spoke to the filmmaker about how he evolved from the laugh-heavy oddness of <i>Weird Weekends</i> to sensitive, important investigations into mental health and transgender politics.
Eleanor Morgan
3.30.15
Stuff

This Is What Going to School with Jihadi John Taught Me About Radicalisation

White, middle class teachers aren't the right people to quell extremism.
Nile Rice
3.17.15
Stuff

Revealed: The Headlines You'll Be Reading in 2015

Here's how the annual glut of anniversary features is going to pan out this year.
Oscar Rickett
1.8.15
News

Five Hated Politicians Who Were More Popular Than Ed Miliband

People prefer some of the most disliked people in politics to the Labour leader.
Joe Sandler Clarke
11.13.14
News

The Hangover News

This weekend, a man sued a hospital for making his penis shorter.
Mac Hackett
6.16.14
Travel

The George W. Bush Museum is Just as Infuriating as You Think it is

Baby Bush was a great president. According to his own museum, that is.
Megan Koester
6.5.14
Features

Where Does Gary Barlow's Tax Avoidance Rank in a List of Other Heinous Things He's Done?

Probably somewhere in the upper-quartile but just to be sure, here's a list of everything that makes him a shit.
sam wolfson
5.12.14
News

Twenty Years After Its Genocide, Rwanda Still Has Issues

The feel-good redemption stories I've been reading are way too simplistic.
Oscar Rickett
5.1.14
Stuff

My Boyfriend Just Tried to Citizen's Arrest Tony Blair

Weirdly, he didn't want to follow him to the police station.
Georgia Bronte
1.20.14
News

George Galloway Is Not the Man to Go After Tony Blair

They're two peas in the same, shitty pod.
Oscar Rickett
9.9.13
News

Britain Is Deluded if It Thinks It Can Bomb Syria to Freedom

A warning from history ahead of today's Commons debate.
Gavin Haynes
8.29.13
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