‘Dr Worrall’ asks ; Has Rooney Gone Loony?

ROON THE LOON IS THE BIG THREAT TO ENGLAND WINNING EURO 2012 FRANK WORRALL, our man at the match, gives our Wayne a full mental health check. SO WAYNE ROONEY let England down in their hour of need yet again … Continue reading


England’s finest flop out of the rugby…

CHEERS JOHNNO – NOW CLOSE THE DOOR QUIETLY BEHIND YOU! FRANK WORRALL rounds up the rugby fiasco. MARTIN JOHNSON and his disgraced England rugby team arrived back home laughing and joking this week. They should have held their heads in … Continue reading

Bad sports and the ones that got away…

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Commentary for the WEEKLY SPORT by Duncan Williams.

WAYNE ROONEY’S father may or may not be in breach of the legalities of the betting syndicates. Everyone agrees that the rules of fair play must be a firm bedrock of all financial and sporting exchanges.

‘Pops’ appears to have seen a greedy opportunity and run with it. The gambling regulators, just as quickly, spotted irregular betting patterns and Wayne Rooney Snr. promptly got his collar felt. A working class ‘chancer’, some might say, pushed his luck a little too far for the Establishment’s liking…

But why is it the authorities have been so very slow to make any significant arrests within the privileged world of casino-style banking and high finance?

Years seem to have dragged by since 2008 and the credit crunch, and still very, very few British bankers have been brought to book for their financial recklessness and dishonesty.

Are bankers really above the law?

Or is a Scouce dad with a famous son simply easier game for public retribution? The media are lapping up the story.

When it comes to money, it must never be one rule for wealthy bankers and another for the rest of us. We all know now that irregular financial practise has been a way of life in The City for a generation. 

We know this because muggins taxpayers, meaning all of us, are picking up the bill!

It is time that the books were properly balanced by all of the bookies.

Tax payers from across the world want justice and are clearly prepared to march onto the streets until they get it. Take a look at Wall Street today, the media are not so keen to lap this story up… 

Prosecute Wayne Rooney’s dad if he has done wrong, but don’t forget the ones that got away…


Could Chelsea FC be on the move..?

COME ON ROMAN: DON’T TURF CHELSEA OUT OF THE BRIDGE! Frank Worrall reports from Stamford Bridge. SINCE he took control of Chelsea in 2003, I have been one of Roman Abramovich’s biggest fans. The money and efforts the Russian oligarch … Continue reading


Voicing support for media ethics…

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  Revival Radio : Lorna Farrell interviews Duncan Williams   Lorna Farrell is an accomplished sports journalist and is now a presenter at REVIVAL RADIO. Here she asks publisher Duncan Williams about his Christian faith and his recent lobbying work … Continue reading


Why Positive News Is Good For Us All

Independent News Ltd. buys previously loss making newspapers and turns them into profit making entities that improve communications with local communities. This is all done with the power of positive news. Positive news sells. Companies would much rather have their … Continue reading


Why British Media Ought to be Owned by the British

Image by Hidden Peanuts via Flickr In recent years, there has been an increasing trend towards the takeover of British media by foreign corporations, in particular British newspapers. Virtually every British newspaper is now owned either by Rupert Murdoch’s News … Continue reading