Dogs are dying because shops and PO ferries insist they are left in cars in hot weather

Because of the unbending rules of shops and ferries, dogs are dying because their owners are being forced to leave them in locked up cars.  Shop owners are making no allowance for the lethally hot weather. Five dogs died because they were not allowed into the Walmart in Alabama.dogsdieOn a trip from Calais to Dover, a dog died from overheating because P& O ferries refused to let the poor dog on deck. Continue reading

Labour have the Eagle sisters, the Tories get Esther McVey

The Labour Party is so lucky to have the Eagle sisters in their Shadow Cabinet.  They are formidable and experienced.   Angela Eagle has worked at the Treasury and is now Shadow Leader of the House of Commons.  Her sister Maria is Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment.  They are both all business.  Regardless of womens’ short lists, they clearly hold down their jobs on merit.esthermcveyWe get Esther “bubblehead” McVey.   Margaret Thatcher knew the importance of looking good and spent time and trouble on her appearance, but nobody ever doubted that her overwhelming focus was on the job.  Her regal beauty enhanced her intellect and emphasised her determination, not the other way around. Continue reading

British Imams condemn ISIS in online video.

The BBC has reported that British Imams oppose ISIS.  so much so that they have got together to put out an online video .

Over 100 Imams have come together to emphasise the important of unity, that nothing must jeopardise.  They all condemn ISIS, as a dangerous, unfeeling terrorist organisation, they are barbaric savages, who have nothing to do with the beliefs of ordinary British Muslims. Continue reading

This is Putin’s War says Boris Johnson

In the Daily Telegraph today, Boris Johnson discusses the subj ect of  the MH17 that was shot down, and the role of Putin, and Russia. He lays the blame for the tragedy firmly at the door of the USSR.Putin2

Boris begins:  “On the morning of July 3 1988, a passenger jet was taking off from the Iranian port of Bandar Abbas. It was an Airbus A300 operated by Iran Air, and on board were 290 people including 66 children. They were about to make a routine flight to Dubai, where many of them intended to have a holiday – Iran being a bit miserable at that time, since it was the middle of the Iran-Iraq war. At 10.17am, the plane left the Tarmac and began to climb to 14,000 feet for the 28-minute flight. They took an entirely predictable route. They turned on their transponder – in accordance with normal practice – so that it emitted a “squawk code” identifying the aircraft as civilian. The crew was experienced, and at all times maintained communication, in English, with air traffic control. Continue reading

Childish behaviour of Clean Air Brigade wrecks their cause

Incensed by a far fetched article in the Guardian that calls London the “most toxic city in the world” Boris Johnson denounced their daft statements as “bollocks”borisonbikeThere is plenty of evidence from different sources to prove Boris is right.  Here are some of the links that show London is well down in the list of most polluted cities. Continue reading

He wins again – Boris Johnson tops Ipso Mori poll by a mile

The latest Ipso Mori poll has some surprising results, but one result that is no longer a surprise is that Boris Johnson is way ahead of everyone else.borisdreamyIt’s likely that the reasonable and patient way Boris explains any tough decisions at Peoples’ Questions Times, Mayor’s Question Times and in the press  is paying dividends with voters.   He is a brilliant communicator and that would also help to explain the popularity of his policies. Continue reading

The cops attack the Dark Web

The shocking reports of a paedophile ring at Westminster and the resignation of Baroness Butler-Sloss have shaken the public to the core.  On a positive note, the police are vigorously pursing paedophiles and sex offenders.alexwheatleSecretary of State Chris Grayling faced a Justice Selection Committee to say that there are over 1,000 more criminals in our prisons and 700 of them are historic sex offenders. The Guardian reported on 9th July 2014 that Mr. Grayling said:  “”I think it is something like 700 new people in our prisons in that category.” Continue reading