BBDO say their joke is a repeat, but then Glastonbury is about the classics, isn't it?
Gowherehiphop catches Lupe Fiasco's slightly-more-political-than-Borrell-at-Hyde-Park speech:
David Cameron, we're given to understand, has already welcomed this endorsement of the Conservatives.
John Demetriou takes the Mail to task for its less-than-enthusiastic embrace of the festival:
You can just hear the selfish old bitter cunts now, as they read this story pretending not to look at the pictures of fruity looking girls swanning by: “ooooooh, how much? hooowww much? And I’m going to have to pay for this!”
The reader's responses are also explored:
Yeeeeah, close it dooowwn, now. Nuurrgh.
What an absolute spanner. What the hell has pitching tents close together in a wet and damp environment got to do with fire hazards, and if there were fire hazards, don’t you think this would have been looked into?
It's a good point, though - we're betting none of those tents have got fire escapes, much less clear signage pointing out the emergency exits. Something must be done.
[Part of the Glastonbury Weekend]