Inspired by Amanda Garrie’s recent poem about Sir Keir Starmer and the work of local rhymer Vin Adams, I. L. Literate has penned 8 clerihews poking fun at our hapless Prime Minister. (A clerihew is [… read more ]
A little over a year ago, the government announced the Eat Out to Help Out scheme to encourage the British public to spend more money in restaurants after the first pandemic lockdown. Unfortunately, the programme [… read more ]
Almost every decision Keir Starmer has made since becoming Labour leader has earned the ire of leftist pundits and politicians. But what if the left itself were to change its approach to him and his [… read more ]
Looking for a General Election commentator known for his honesty, integrity and rationality? Sir Eugene Nicks, QC, KBE, falls some way short of those standards, but S&C is an equal opportunities employer so we let him have a go [… read more ]
S&C’s resident visual satirist Jack Caramac returns with a bumper election hamper of take-offs, send-ups and put-downs. The not-so-great and the not-so-good beware!
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 ]
A response to the first referendum and hopes for a second from Francis Lovering, a concerned Portsmouth resident and European. The recent referendum has left more people distressed than the aftermath of any general election [… 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.
Back in April, we celebrated our first birthday with a showcase event at the University of Portsmouth. Our Editor in Chief, Sarah Cheverton reflects on S&C’s first year as Portsmouth’s only independent hyperlocal aiming to [… read more ]
Sam Ward takes a satirical swipe at new proposals to sponsor our defining landmark. The news broke the way it does these days. Cut-up and quoted, trickling out from the source, repurposed and ridiculed, a [… read more ]