BORIS Johnson spent years slagging off
foreigners - especially in the EU - in his Tory leadership bid.
Now we have Wales on Sunday (July 21), and another report by Mr Shipton on (yes, you've guessed it), another Plaid party member slagging off
the settlement again!
GOOD to see three English-based Belgians making the most of the international break by slagging off
IT is all very well Lorne Jackson slagging off
the BNP and people who vote for them.
THE woman who became the "voice of the Tube" has been sacked after "slagging off
" the Underground, it was revealed yesterday.
The best of your emails and texts Pleasing View Can television pundits please stop slagging off
It's time for chefs to get back in the kS itchen" TV chef Marcus Wareing "You'll never find a Manchester band slagging off
another Manchester band.
@OptaJoke (Opta Joke) 9 - Now he's signed for QPR, it'll be 9 weeks until Joey Barton begins slagging off
the club on Twitter.
The Mayor of London said Americans "slagging off
" the City following allegations of money laundering at HSBC made earlier this week in the US should remember the sub-prime crisis that triggered the global recession started there.
I AM sick of people slagging off
the baby boomers because we were born in the 1950s.
So there you have it the Chronicle slagging off
Ben Arfa when six weeks ago they were singing his praise.
But she should spend less of it slagging off
This time he's slagging off
Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal who "looks like one of my aunties", and Apple for "ruining the world".
So before the anti-Ukip protesters start slagging off
Ukip they should all start to look in their own back yards to see what sort of idiots they are attracting.
"I have enjoyed slagging off
a load of cretins in the past hour.