Rammed with tourists?

Today the Guardian - or Grauniad, as we lovers of its many typos call it - recommends the lovely Devon village of Tavistock as "not rammed with tourists." Is this a typo, a confusion ("honing in on this one"!) or an inspired invention? I've read probably a dozen different articles in the past year or …

Nasty journalism

What with global warming to worry about, and Syria, and the Sixth Extinction, we really shouldn't be spending any of our attention on what Donnie Darko said about Meghan Markle, or vice versa. But a small amount of attention is necessary in this case, for the sake of both fairness and the language. (Also, it …