The Larysa Switlyk (Latin name: troglodytes cowardice) selects its prey on the basis of beauty, because there’s no more beautiful animal than a dead one. After each kill, it manipulates the corpse, or “trophy”, into a lifelike pose to take photographs before fleeing the scene.
The former MP for Bethnal Green and Bow has, it seems, has been pressing glasses up against walls and listening behind doors, because he seems to be the only person in the country to have caught wind of the “heavy rumour” that the SNP have done a deal with the Tory government, offering to abstain in the vote on the Brexit bill “in exchange for indyref2”.
It’s clear fan-boy Ross would slither through fields of wheat just to lick Boris’s boots, so if all else fails he’s surely guaranteed a slot on next year’s season of The Apprentice.
Jackson can do what he likes, because he’s famous. He’s an entitled, powerful man and he always gets what he wants. Nowhere is this expressed in a more sinister fashion than when he sends his driver to sit outside Ally’s home until she agrees to get on a plane to come and watch him in concert.
Force was applied to Sheku Bayoh when he was restrained by at least four police officers. When his body was examined he was found to have dozens of injuries, including numerous cuts to his face and a broken rib.