Boris is fighting Brexit from within the Cabinet, to protect his party

When Boris was Mayor of London, the battles for the rights of Londoners, the black cab trade,  police numbers,  funding and economic decisions,  were always full bloodedly thrashed out in private,  away from the media.

So discreet was Boris, at one stage, he was getting it from both sides. Black cab drivers were abusing him on the roads as he rode his bike, while Osbo and Cameron were ganging up to force him to favour Uber, and push black cabs off the road. An immovable Boris wouldn’t shift.  He didn’t think it was right, so in the end, Osbo took the issue of Uber away from Boris and handled it himself. Continue reading

Double infamy – Keir Starmer is scheming to wreck Brexit

Shadow Ministers are scheming to betray the voters by pressuring leader Jeremy Corbyn towards forcing a vote on Single Market membership – something which could split the Tory Party and cause Brexit chaos.

Keir Starmer is in the forefront of the strategy.  On the one hand, he hypocritically insists it is vital to obey the decision of the EU Referendum.  But really,  he is doing all he can to undermine the reasons that Leavers voted for Brexit.  Continue reading

Boris lists the ideas that have made Britain great that the EU is trying to destroy

In the Lowy Lecture in Sydney last week, Boris explained the series of ideas that have made Britain great.  These are the ideas the EU is trying to destroy. The picture below is Cleisthenes, called the father of democracy. 

  • Democracy
  • Rule of Law
  • Habeas Corpus
  • An independent judiciary
  • Freedom to make fun of politicians in whatever way we like, ie free speech.

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Boris ex economic adviser clobbers Hammond

It sticks out a mile that Philip Hammond’s claim that there is consensus within the Cabinet that there should be a transitional deal after March 2019 is a big fat lie.  Liam Fox is fuming, reported SKY and more importantly, Gerard Lyons, ex economic adviser of brilliant Boris Johnson has taken Hammond firmly to task.

Boris himself has maintained a diplomatic silence.  He has always believed in fighting his corner from within.   But Gerard Lyons, his ex economic adviser has leapt into the fray.  The Sun reported:  Continue reading

Boris Johnson lionised as he gives the Lowy Lecture in Sydney

It is an honour for Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson to be asked to deliver the Lowy Lecture in Sydney.  He follows such famous names as Angela Merkel,  General David Petraeus, one time head of the CIA, Rupert Murdoch and Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull.

Stephen Lowy joked he had a “lovely Russian fella fix my laptop”, and he was given a tip on the US election.  Continue reading

Boris is so popular in Australia, they have made him an honorary citizen

Boris Johnson is hugely popular in Australia, so much so, he has been made an honorary citizen of the country.   It’s easy to understanding why.  Sports mad, rugby loving, straight talking Boris is the Aussies’ and Kiwis’ kinda guy, so it’s no wonder his speeches and jokes went down a storm on this trip. 

The speech below was greeted with howls of laughter. The Australians are smart enough to know that if they want a brilliant deal with Britain, Boris is the way to get it. Continue reading

Boris’s ex economic advisor smashes Oxford Prof over Planet Fear

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