And yet we still have to be muzzled to go into a shop.
I'm sure she'll be absolutely delighted!
Things I learned from this article:
1: Yes, someone/thing that shit won an award. Get used to it, 99% of tv is atrocious these days; there's plenty more where that came from.
2: Apart from a couple of exceptions, I don't know who any of these supposed 'stars' are.
3: Award shows for 'artists' are an aberration.
4: This is the state of modern 'journalism' at the BBC.
Anyone want to make a guess as to how long it will be before they just outright ban certain types of food? 5 years? 10 years? 20? It will happen, sooner or later.
Oh look, more social engineering from the 'Conservative' party.
Twitter said it hoped the action would help to prevent "offline harm".
What 'offline harm'? Or is this another case of pre-crime premonitions that social media outlets seem so adept at these days?
Wow, what a fucking surprise!
This is only going to become more common.
In many ways, falling fertility rates are a success story.
The end of entire ethnicities and possibly even the whole human species = 'a success story' to the BBC.