‘Outside rented flatbread bakeries: no-one working; everybody smoking; rolling up those tarmac fumes.’
‘I took the tube today just to see what all the fuss was about.’
Standing silently upon a tall building’s top floor, a man stares out surveying a city he knows well, or at … More
‘When did this become a country that took pride in putting ‘poor’ people on TV to be gawped at and labelled as ‘the problem’, and when did we become a viewing public that revels in arguing over who was the most awful scrounging scumbag of the lot of them?’
They clawed their way out of the ground. Risen and towering, presiding over the destruction of crushed tradition, they razed … More
I’ve held the breath of everything in my lungs at one time or another.
I found a plectrum at Liverpool Street station; Bottom of the stairs rising up to Bishopsgate; A bottomless blue like … More