Pompey’s favourite party political podcast has released two episodes since we last featured them on S&C, so there’s twice as much local politics to catch up on. Hosts Ian ‘Tiny’ Morris and Simon Sansbury are joined by local [… read more ]
The Prime Minister Theresa May recently announced a festival of British culture, sport and innovation to take place in 2022, inspired by the Great Exhibition of 1851. S&C can now exclusively reveal an anonymously leaked [… read more ]
The Labour leader’s comments on British foreign policy last Thursday have been slammed by blowhards and hypocrites. Mark Wright makes the case for a more mature response. ‘No rationale based on the actions of any [… read more ]
In the second part of our exclusive interview, Veterans for Peace‘s Southeast of England Coordinator Graham Horne talks to Tom Sykes about combat stress, the relationship between the military and the education system and how [… read more ]
Putting her own political views aside, Oriana Bevan calls for calm and pragmatism in this uncertain post-Brexit world. Brexit has been a Pandora’s box, unleashing a whole host of new crises for British politics. Most people at the forefront [… read more ]
After last week’s tough conversation with her two sons about consent and relationships, Pompey parent and writer Maddie Wallace raises the controversial issue of this week’s EU referendum. I sat down with my sons this [… read more ]
In this post Portsmouth visual satirist Jack Caramac turns his attention to our beleagured Prime Minister. Click the image above to open a slideshow.
Portsmouth visual satirist Jack Caramac doctors images to poke fun at the great and the good – and the not so good. Here are his angles on Brexit Boris, who has just departed City Hall, and Trump, who remains the presidential frontrunner across [… read more ]