So what’s hot, and what’s not, in the past week’s blogging? Here are the six most popular posts on Zelo Street for the past seven days, counting down in reverse order, because, well, I have places to go and people to see later. So there.
6 Ryanair Boss Blasts Brexit Bozos Michael O’Leary’s company may be loathed by many air travellers, but he is a successful businessman. And he has no time for the airy-fairy optimism of the happy Brexiteers, telling them that the EU doesn’t want to give us a deal, but to screw us over.
5 Murdoch Revisits BT Breakup Far from giving up after BT’s Openreach division was not forcibly split from the rest of the company, the Murdoch empire is now screaming for it to be done once more. There are good reasons for this.
4 Rod Liddle - Still A Creep Liddle has decided, not that he’s just a has-been writing formula knocking copy for the Sun, you understand, that the migrant crisis is the responsibility of Amal Clooney.
3 Uber Ripoff Defence Defies Belief Driver and rider matching service Uber introduced surge pricing after an explosion in the Chelsea area of New York City. There was outrage over the blatant profiteering from what looked like a terror attack. But for the ideologically pure, this was a mere signal.
2 Toby Young Pre-School Paranoia The loathsome Tobes saw the hand of the rotten lefties in concepts like children being taught to share their toys and get on with one another.
1 Uber Driver Lawbreaking Exposed One Uber driver has confirmed that drivers need to interact with the app to such an extent that it will inevitably distract them from driving. And that is illegal.
And that’s the end of another blogtastic week, blog pickers. Not ‘arf!