Brexit cannot be stopped by MPs, says Brexit Minister Steve Baker

As David Davis dickers like a dodgy chandelier in a hurricane over May’s so called Brexit deal that is really no deal at all, there were encouraging words from Brexit Minister Steve Baker.

Brexit Minister Steve Baker (right), addresses the Lords Committee

Brexit cann0t be stopped by MPs.   Even if we get no deal at all, and Keir Starmer and Ken Clarke implode before our eyes like a couple of European fire bellied toads,  Brexit cannot be stopped!  Continue reading

YAY! Tories take poll lead over Jezza and Labour……

Surely this is the final nail  in the coffin of intellectually challenged Jeremy Corbyn? YouGov reports that the Tories now have a narrow lead over Labour. Jezza seem to have a lot of time on his hand lately, spending time at teenage gigs and appearing on lightweight TV shows.  But the strategy of getting down with the kids is one that seems to have been his undoing.

While heavyweights like Boris Johnson are making brilliant speeches from the Foreign Office, (Boris recently met the President of Iran, only the third Foreign Secretary to visit Iran since 2003 )  the Labour leader is appearing on shows like Gogglebox. Continue reading

Boris Johnson speaks to the House on his recent visit to the Middle East

The Foreign Secretary began:  With your permission, Mr Speaker, and following my undertaking to the House, I will make a statement about my visit to the middle east, from where I returned this morning.  Continue reading

Government forced into giving major concessions to Brexit rebels!

As reported in George Osborne’ s Standard today, Ministers gave a big concession to Brexit rebels over the use of so-called Henry VIII powers.

The Government accepted demands for a cross-party committee with power to prevent over-use of the archaic powers, which have been dubbed “rule by decree”. It follows a threatened revolt against the proposal to empower ministers to alter hundreds of laws without parliamentary approval as a way of coping with a stream of Brexit changes.   Continue reading

Brexit showdown on 19th December between May and Boris

The tension must have reached breaking point as May and Boris prepare for a face off over Brexit on 19th December.  There is hysteria on twitter, as outraged Brexit voters overreact suspecting a May stitchup. 

Because Boris is in government, he is bound by collective responsibility, so cannot let off steam in the media.  But the only fighting that counts is the hard fighting in the government, and even though outnumbered by May, Hammond, Rudd and Davis, a wishy washy major disappointment,  Boris’s battle has been unrelenting in protecting what we voted for.   Continue reading

May breakthrough is good news: But only an agreement to TALK says John Redwood

Hysteria on twitter as May gets a much needed breakthrough.  Unfortunately, Boris Johnson is in Iran, not the first time his absence has coincided with a crucial decision.  Coincidental, I’m sure.   Continue reading

The Jews deserve Jerusalem because of the example they set the world

The Holocaust, also referred to as the Shoah, was a genocide during World War II in which Adolf Hitler‘s Nazi Germany, aided by its collaborators, systematically murdered some six million European Jews, around two-thirds of the Jewish population of Europe.

The Old Jewish Cemetery in Prague

From 1941 to 1945, Germany targeted European Jewry for extermination as part of a larger event that included the persecution and murder of other groups. A broader definition of the Holocaust includes the murder of the Roma and the “incurably sick”. A broader definition still includes ethnic Poles, other Slavic groupsSoviet citizens and prisoners of warhomosexualsJehovah’s Witnessesblack people, and political opponentsContinue reading