Russell Brand released a special Christmas-themed episode of The Trews in which he attacked the transformation of love into a commodity in an English department store’s Christmas advertisement. “What is our ideology?” he began by asking. “Is it the worship of Christ or the...
Russell Brand sits down with RT’s Max Keiser to ask him to explain some of the things a lot of us don’t understand about banks. Keiser’s answers may both surprise and disgust you.
I watched the recent BBC Question Time encounter between Russell Brand and Nigel Farage which was a big disappointment I have to say. A direct encounter between the two would have been much more entertaining and, as things turned out, members of the audience proved to be much more effective at getting things off their chests. Show More Summary
Here's a great letter from an irate contractor who was working at the Royal Bank of Scotland's headquarters in London when his lunch was rather rudely interrupted by a PR stunt organised by Russell Brand. To be fair to Russell he was actually big enough to reply and apologise for losing his temper and spoiling Jo's lunch. Show More Summary
LONDON — It seems like a hearty protest with the help of Russell Brand can do wonders. The residents of the New Era estate in east London learnt Friday that the developers who bought their homes, with plans to refurbish and relet the...Show More Summary
One RBS business analyst just tore Russell Brand a new one. The drug-abusing-playboy-turned-political-activist stormed the London headquarters of the Royal Bank of Scotland last week, confronting any and all employees he could find and demanding to know their salaries. Show More Summary
Russell Brand accused the United States of “terrorism” and related his beliefs to the Pakistan school shooting. The controversial comedian took to Twitter to rant about the political policies of America and the prison at Guantanamo Bay in particular. Show More Summary
Now, that’s some mighty fine eatin’ there folks. This guy’s letter is epic and a must read. He goes from chastising Brand for making his lunch go cold, to telling
UKIP leader Nigel Farage shares a BBC panel with Russell Brand: Everyone fancied that Mr Brand and I might butt heads, but…
New research from a British polling company indicates that some regular marijuana users can be as “unmotivated” as people think, Mashable reported. The company, YouGov, said in a statement on Friday that it compiled data from 890 users who said they smoked pot more than once a week,...
Russell Brand uses a straightener for his chest hair, it has been claimed.
If Russell Brand has lost The Age he’s lost everyone: Brand’s ideas are those…
Since Russell Brand himself says that he “was born to be famous”, perhaps we should take him at his word and see his commitment to The Revolution as yet another means to further himself.
Welcome to Friday’s The Crap We Missed which is kind of like a schadenfreude greatest hits today with repeat favorites like Russell Brand talking to his dick, Hot Donna‘s ass in yoga pants, and Madonna‘s gross, partially naked old lady parts. Think of clicking through this gallery like being at your favorite restaurant, but instead Read More...
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Oh look, Russell Brand doesn’t want to stand for Parliament even though he moans about it! You can watch the clip of the man who was introduced as a ‘comedian… Continue reading The post Why Russell Brand isn’t wrong to fear entering Parliament appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Credits: BBC Alt Text: Russell Brand and Nigel Farage on BBC Question Time Question Time debate was 'the hottest ticket of the panto season' – but it wasn't the big egos who won First Reaction Friday, December 12, 2014 - 10:31am SeeShow More Summary
In case you hadn’t heard, Russell Brand was on Question Time last night with Nigel Farage. It was explosive to say the least, with Brand and Farage clashing over pretty… Continue reading The post Watch: why doesn’t Russell Brand stand for Parliament? appeared first on Spectator Blogs.
Unfortunately for Labour, it cannot dismiss Nigel Farage as a ‘pound shop Enoch Powell’ quite so easily as Russell Brand did last night. The party knows that Ukip can take… Continue reading The post Labour briefs MPs on the Ukip threat in their constituencies appeared first on Spectator Blogs.