Blog posts by Max Salsbury
July 3rd, 2012 by Max Salsbury
The Government’s decision to install surface-to-air missiles on six London sites during the Olympics is simultaneously puzzling, infuriating and contradictory.
As has long been the case, officialdom’s threat-of-terrorism card trumps all the sanity and rationality cards you can hold, so the de...
May 11th, 2012 by Max Salsbury
I was sat eating a pie the other night when the doorbell trilled. Intrigued as the doorbell hadn’t chimed for 5 years I dashed to see who it was.
And what a surprise: it was a man from the Ministry of Defence. Suspicious that he might be trying to collect money to buy some bolts for a fantasy aircraft ca...
May 4th, 2012 by Max Salsbury
Under the gloomy skies of a Friday afternoon it's looking like Boris "I'm whacky, I am" Johnson is going to hold on to the Mayorship in London. Oh goody. Johnson's grip on the people of Britain's largest village is unusual. Can they trust him? If they can, can his wife and children trust him?
Johnson’s great advan...