In the spirit of boosting the ‘special relationship’, Sir Eugene Nicks KBE of the All-Portsmouth Conservative, Regressive and Imperial Association (established 1799), celebrates the similarities between the leader of Portsmouth City Council and the new [… read more ]
‘Ours is a useful trade, a worthy calling. With all its lightness and frivolity, it has one serious purpose, one aim, one speciality, and it is constant to it: the deriding of shams, the exposure [… read more ]
In the wake of recent protests both local and global, journalist, political commentator and S&C editor Tom Sykes questions how representative our elected representatives really are – in Portsmouth and beyond. Criticisms of democracy have [… read more ]
When he heard the news of Donald Trump’s unexpected victory, Portsmouth University cultural historian Dr Van Norris was forced to reckon with an uncomfortable new reality that feels weirder and more surreal than the weirdest [… read more ]
Local resident Mike Gumbrell turns his satirical eye to recent headlines, including Portsmouth City Council’s investment decisions, Solent devolution and of course, last week’s Donna Donald Trump election victory.
Donald Trump is facing revolt from within the Republican Party, but doesn’t seem to care much. Time to take him down a JPEG or two, reckons Portsmouth visual satirist Jack Caramac. Images by Jack Caramac. [… read more ]
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 ]