This is the first article in a series that tests readers’ understanding of what Britain is really like.
US president Donald Trump has tantrums. When he can’t get what he wants, he does the equivalent of going red in the face and screaming. That includes when he’s jealous. Two recent examples.
Two spokesmen for the supermarket company Tesco make crystal clear they don’t give a tinker’s cuss what germs their customers spread to each other, so long as money keeps filling up their tills.
After losing her majority in the last Scottish general election the nationalist leader Nicola Sturgeon wants to win it back next year. So she reaches for the xenophobia.
Say hello to the British flavour of fascism.
“I had such a strong feeling today, Mother, (…)”
A mentally ill child dressed as a cartoon character gets fêted by world leaders who all want to help amplify the kooky cosmic message she brings for humanity. What a revolting spectacle.
“The cross-eyed boy was such a darling (…)”