While Nike and Urban Outfitters have felt the wrath of the Irish, we should look closer to home when accusing others of damaging our reputation, writes Paul Allen
The essential item of clothing this St Patrick’s Day for some Irish people should be a t-shirt emblazoned with ‘Kiss Me, I’m Irate!’ Read More
Channel Five’s Celebrity Big Brother has once again underlined the extent to which the term ‘celebrity’ has become meaningless. Full of the usual mix of fame hungry has-beens and wannabes, the show is simply a circus showing the inflated and often fragile egos of the contestants as they contrive to win the affections of the viewership. Read More
In a game where there are seemingly few rules and even less scruples, standards in tabloid journalism are proving to be something of a bottomless pit.
The Sunday World’s ‘exclusive’ naming of the well-know journalist at the centre of underage sex allegations has underlined just how low some of our home-grown media will stoop to scoop the British red tops and try and beat them at their own game.