It was a huge step forward for peace that Prez. Putin was keen to discus the Foreign Secretary’s 2016 Syrian peace plan, and he generously offered Boris an open invitation to visit Moscow. Tragically, in an attempt to undermine Boris, May blocked the trip three times.
Boris was then accused of ducking his meeting with the Russians. The G7 inititative was an afterthought to retrieve the situation, but Remoaner members of course, didn’t go for it.
The abusive articles in yesterday’s papers were unprecedented, with Adam Boulton, a SKY Remoaner and Simon Walters of the Remoaner Mail on Sunday sinking to the sleaziest depths in jeers and name calling. Continue reading
As journalists jostle for his attention in Brussels, Boris inadvertantly gets a smack in the face, which he handles with his usual good humour.
At the second attempt, the biggest microphone is nearly rammed right down his throat. When you are Foreign Secretary, nothing like having journalists hang on your every word!
There has been huge concern on twitter over the situation of Mrs. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, the British-Iranian mother accused of a plot to topple the Iranian government. Her family insist she is innocent.She was convicted and sentenced to five years in prison in Iran. Sadly for her family, her appeal failed. Continue reading
Financier George Soros is convinced that the EU is doomed. He says that Brexit means the days of the EU are numbered and says it is all because the ordinary people believe that the elite has stolen their democracy.The elite has stolen our democracy! The EU does not believe in democracy and makes its members surrender their sovereignty to Brussels. Soros is a keen supporter of the EU and is therefore desperate to wreck Brexit! Continue reading
When Boris met Steve Bannon and Jared Kushner, the Sun reported: The Foreign Office described the discussions as “positive but frank”.A senior Trump aide told The Sun last night that Boris had heavily impressed them, dubbing him “brilliant”. Continue reading
Hurling himself into the job of Foreign Secretary with his usual enthusiasm, an impressive statement by Boris Johnson reveals that since he took on the job in July, he has met 50 world leaders and visited 23 countries in six months No-one could accuse him of lack of effort.Boris has hit the world stage like a meteor. In his report, he says: As we prepare to leave the EU, the message we take to the world is this: Britain remains open for business and active on the world stage. The Prime Minister has undertaken landmark visits to both India and the Gulf, and has represented the UK at the G20 in China and the UN General Assembly in New York. Continue reading
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Brexit hero Sir Bill Cash has fought for the freedoms and rights of this country for over 30 years. He has written a riveting article in today’s Express, which gives us an inkling of what Brexiteers have gone through for the past 30 years.Democracy and populism are now apparently dirty words to Remainers such as Cameron and John Major. Sir Bill describes the stitched up decisions behind closed doors employed by PM Cameron and Sir John. Major called everyone honest enough to resist the European project “bastards… and describes winning the referendum as “tyranny”. Continue reading
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