It sticks out a mile that Theresa May should sack Philip Hammond! From day one, he has talked down Brexit and done everything, aided by the civil service, to stop a clean Brexit taking place. Now he wants a three year transitional period.
The mystery is, why won’t she act? My theory is that all the reports about May fighting Hammond to protect Brexit are wrong. She thinks the same as he does, and always has. Continue reading
Another idea from brilliant Boris Johnson is proving even more of a success than expected. The BBC announced today that the London economy has been boosted by £171 million in a year. It has proved a safe and reliable way of getting Londoners home safely.
Passengers have also exceeded expectation, by more than 18%. As Mayor, Boris raised billions in investment for London on his trade missions. He arranged millions in deals, and £500M in funding for Londoners. His scheme for the night tube is just another example of what a fantastic loss he is to London, but the city’s loss is the Foreign Office’s gain. Continue reading
An explosive story in TAXI magazine accuses TfL of snatching the publication to conceal the truth from Londoners about the rising rape count. It also prints the shocking allegation that Uber is not reporting the extent of rapes and sexual assaults by its drivers to the Met. Where is the concern of the Mayor, Sadiq Khan, over the rising attacks and sexual assaults on Londoners?
Every member of the London Assembly has voted that this situation must not continue. Sadiq Khan renewed Uber’s licence for 4 months and it is up for renewal again in September. Mr. Khan could pull the licence tomorrow if he wanted to. Continue reading
As the smears, lies and vile abuse raged around him, Boris Johnson’s dignified response was that he stood by his referendum claim that we give £376 million a week to the EU – or more!
Now the truth is out! Since 2010, we have given a stonking £660 million a week to the EU. Continue reading
Posted in International, National
Tagged £12 billion welfare cut, £669 million a week, Boris, boris johnson, Bruges Group, EU, EU referendum, European Court of Justice, Eurozone bailouts, George Osborne, Treasury
What can they have to talk about? Michael Gove and George Osborne were spotted this week on holiday together in Germany. The former Cabinet pals were pictured attending Richard Wagner’s Ring Cycle in the Bavarian town Bayreuth – an opera about the struggle for power.
The pages of the London Standard seem dipped in acid, as George works out his angst trashing his nemesis, Boris Johnson and ripping into Theresa May in the nastiest possible terms. Continue reading
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Tagged Bayreuth, boris johnson, Emily Sheffield, George Osborne, Germany, Gove, London Standard, Luther, Michael Gove, Osbo, Ring Cycle, Sam Cam, Theresa May, Wagner
For a journalist, Dan Hodges is a nice guy, down to earth and not a bit stuck up. His Achilles heel is he is so innocent, he shouldn’t be let out alone.
As Mayor, Boris Johnson gave a huge amount of help to George, even bailing him out when the economy was tanking by giving him some sound economic advice. George of course claimed all the credit, and for while some innocents, including Dan, actually believed him. Boris’s reward as proudly revealed by Dan, was George then said he intended to “knife Boris in May 2016!”. Continue reading
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