As I've said so many times, education in the UK is a looking-glass world, a world where barminess
is seen as logic and logical argument is far too much trouble.
Britain's own dotty space opera is a repository of our shambolic barminess
IT'S long been presumed that the half-dead folk of Shrapnel-on-the-Whinge and other bastions of blue rinse barminess
would vote for a turbot if you pinned a Tory rosette on it, writes Steve Davies.
Nice to see her barminess
does produce positive results.
FILLING that niche between Des O'Connor cosiness and Michael Barrymore's barminess
is Brian Conley.
Dreaming up the sheer barminess
of North Korea would have been beyond the satirical powers of Swift or Orwell, never mind the sort of American civil servants whose most original idea of the last century was trying to assassinate Fidel Castro with an exploding cigar.
SAINTS have a tendency towards clinical barminess
, claims Frank Cottrell Boyce, who studied them for his story Millions.
Last week she produced a prime piece of barminess
when she said nothing good has come out of Europe and called for Britain to withdraw from the EU.
The resolution has a spectacular Terry Gilliam barminess
But it all comes out with more affection than spite as the dogs look increasingly bewildered by the barminess
of their barking mad owners.
Youngsters like a bit of barminess
though and there's plenty more of it in The Conjurors' Cookbook series by Jonathan Emmett (Bloomsbury, pounds 3.
The odds on him continuing to bounce between brilliance and barminess
are far shorter.