On Radio 4, an Oxford professor, Professor Ngaire Woods, tried to spin that Brexit would be a disaster for the UK. But forceful Gerard Lyons, fought back to clobber the lady, deriding Planet Fear.
Speaking on BBC Radio 4’s Today programme, Professor Woods said: “If the United Kingdom can do 60 trade deals in short order then my gloom would indeed be wrong but that is absolutely impossible. Continue reading
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Tagged Boris, domestic economy, EU, eurozone, ex economic advisor, Gerard Lyons, IMF, Planet Fear, Prof. Ngaire Woods, service industries, Today programme, trade deals, WTO
There is no politician in Parliament right now who is more of a fighter than Boris Johnson. He says what he thinks. And he has the guts to back it up with action. Boris has fought 5 elections, leading from the front, and to the fury of his rivals, he fought winning every time.
To take London, his performance was outstanding. He beat a 19% swing to Labour to knock out Ken. Then he did it again, , an achievement that will probably never be repeated. Continue reading
Shadow education secretary Angela Rayner made this statement about student fees, on 22nd May 2017.
“The Labour leader and shadow education secretary Angela Rayner announced this morning that Labour pledged to abolish/refund student fees and the statement couldn’t be clearer! Read the entire article here. Continue reading
Boris Johnson, on a 3 day visit to Japan, has seemingly managed to secure the continuation of multi-billion pound Japanese interests in British business.
He has an outstanding record as a world class salesman, according to Standard journo Pippa Crerar.As Mayor, Boris had an outstanding reputation of success in raising investment for London, the money flooded into the city in billions. He also raised millions in deals and £500M in funding for Londoners. The website Westmonster reports: Boris said: “I have found a wide measure, or a growing measure, of understanding about what is involved. Continue reading
Our electoral system is wide open to cheating, and Labour is exploiting the loophole to the hilt. Students are openly bragging they voted twice, because they are registered at home and at uni. Some say they voted up to six times, because it is so easy to pretend to be someone else.
The Commonwealth Parliamentary Commission says there is only one way to stop the cheaters. There are 381 separate databases. Only by setting up a national database will cheating be eradicated. Continue reading
A new MP stunned Parliament with what has been described as an outstanding maiden speech. Kemi Badenoch passionately praised the Brexit decision when she said “I believe the vote for Brexit is the great ever vote of confidence in the UK!” So do I.
Kemi Badenoch, the new MP for Saffron Walden, was showered with praise by her colleagues when she said she had dreamed of being involved in a movement like Britain’s departure from the European Union since she was a young girl. Ms Badenoch said while people are “widely concerned” about Brexit, she believed the country would prosper outside of Brussels’ political project. Continue reading
How much longer will Good Morning Britain allow Chuka Umunna on morning tv to spout lies? How many times has he brazenly lied about the “ad on the big red bus?” How many times has the evil little sh….. trilled “And we all know about the ad. on the big red bus, don’t we?”
What Chuka actually knows is that when he complained to the DPP and the CPS about the bus ad., he was told to sling his hook and there is nothing wrong with the ad. He also knows that you can’t pledge cash in Referendum! But Chuka is the man who sneered at ordinary people in London clubs as “trash!” And still programmes like GMB indulge his dishonesty, because they are anti Tory and love a cheap shot. Continue reading
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Tagged Andrew Neil, BBC, bus ad, Chuka, CPS, DPP, GE2017, Good Moring Britain, Jeremy Corbyn, Lies, red bus, referendum, Sarah Champion, SKY, student fees