What ho. Without further ado, here are some amusingly appropriate names your ever-watchful-for-amusingly-appropriate-names correspondents have uncovered of late...
Politics is back in the news, so we begin with Tory budget slasher Kay Cutts,
Not to mention her pie-eyed comrade Mark Reckless,
Expert in non-verbal communication, the late Prof. R.L. Birdwhistell,
BP VP Ken "how'd you plug these oil" Wells,
Judge Price recently had cause to ask: "how much?"
Nuclear engineer Sue Ion,
Hot on her heels, theoretical astrophysicist Alan Heavens,
And journalist and non-observer of embargoes Jonathan Leake (doubly appropriate that one, as the story was about menstruation).
While we're on the subject of journalists, Samira Shackle wrote about child detention.
And here's a quango that has met an amusingly appropriate end:
"Chief Coroner of England and Wales/Chief Coroner’s Office (1 body)
No longer a statutory body - Abolish body and function."
The Chief Coroner is now 1 dead body. Speaking of which, if you thought Philip Pagano died an amusingly appropriate death, Jimi Heselden didn't do a bad job of leaving the world feet-first either.