Thursday, 30 September 2010

Politics, posthumous and people

Today the fish turns its eye on to the mayhem that is current British politics. We have a coalition government of two parties who on the surface were inimical to each other, Labour elects its new leader and his brother goes off in a sulk- dressed up to look like a dignified retreat.  Come on, David, who are you kidding?  And now the Guardian gives us news that the far right British National Party(BNP) is in disarray after a leadership feud and questions about it's finances.  They are £500,000 in debt. Not long back we had the furore when BNP leader Nick Griffin was given and then refused an invitation to a Buckingham Palace garden party. Then the Equality and Human Rights Commission ( EHRC) investigated the party for racist clauses in it's constitution. Mr Griffin is now appealing desperately for funds from the party faithful to fight the EHRC, saying, 'if we don't fight we will be shut down and killed off.' This little fishy sincerely hopes so.

Farewell today to Tony Curtis. Let's hope he's remembered for more than his naff Cary Grant impression in Some Like it Hot.  Also  Katherine Zeta Jones reports hubby Michael Douglas is doing well with his battle against cancer. Mr and Mrs Douglas, the fish wishes you both well. 

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