The New Statesman (1987–1994)
6 Jan. 1991Labour of Love
Alan B'Stard's reputation as the most right-wing Tory MP in the House is under threat: Working class fatso Victor Crosby has just won the Accrington by-election for the Conservatives and, through his publicly declared extreme political views, is on the brink of stealing B'Stard's thunder.
13 Jan. 1991The Party's Over
Major is securely belted in the driving seat of the Tory machine but despite the new leadership, Conservative fortunes are flagging - a severe economic crisis looms; the opinion polls predict the Party's imminent downfall.
20 Jan. 1991Let Them Sniff Cake
Following the riotous TV appearance in 'Balance', a serious discussion slot chaired by MENSA member Joan Bakewell, Alan B'Stard is branded an animal hater across the front pages of the tabloid press.
27 Jan. 1991Keeping Mum
In the House of Commons conniving Tory Alan B'Stard faces a barrage of hostility from an Opposition outraged by his proposal for an amendment to the Social Security Bill.
3 Feb. 1991Natural Selection
During the annual cocktail party at his country residence B'Stard's scathing contempt for his Haltemprice constituents seriously backfires.