Peter Rhodes - Blog of the Year - page 3

Listen to the fuddy-duddies

Lady Soames, the last surviving child of Sir Winston Churchill, who has died

Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on why reactionaries are sometimes right. Plus dodgy witchdoctors and talking to terrorists.

How do you do what..?


How do you do what . . ? Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on embarrassing greetings, worldwide corruption and how to write a mission statement going forward

Democracy? What democracy?

Tony Blair and Labour have been urged to consider giving permission for full disclosure over exchanges the ex-PM had with George Bush in the run-up to the Iraq war

Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on the Chilcot cover-up, the silliness of cuckoos and the undying inspiration of Stephen Sutton.

Believe or die


Blogger of The Year PETER RHODES on hellfire for unbelievers, unrecognised heroes and the real reason we got an empire.

The unsackable Mr Clarkson

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has discussed the possibility of forming a future coalition with Labour

Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on a new contract for Jeremy, election success for Nigel and a toasting for Nick.

Going forward


Blogger of the Year PETER RHODES on the most irritating phrase of our time, the joy of mule-wrestling and the happiness of Hull.

What special relationship?


Daily blogger PETER RHODES on the Yank connection, road hazards in Glasgow and a sad little centenary.

For 1984, read 2014


Daily blogger PETER RHODES on censoring history, shrinking skips and dressing up as soldiers.

The perils of sextortion

Clive James

Daily blogger PETER RHODES on email blackmail, a suspect nightingale and the wit of a terminally ill genius.

Make more poppies

Tara tabby

Daily blogger PETER RHODES on how a sacred souvenir could become a field day for profiteers. Plus a feisty feline and the joy of sharing a great wine.

Remember the zip-slap?


Daily blogger PETER RHODES on 1950s childhood, the truth about fish and chips and Britain's unfair elections

Kermit the campaigner

Kermit the Frog, Ricky Gervais, Miss Piggy and Constantine at the celebrity screening of Muppets Most Wanted at the Curzon Mayfair in central London

Daily blogger PETER RHODES on a cross-dressing frog, the forgotten princess and a Defence Secretary who ought to get up the sharp end