Oafish Jeremy Corbyn showed his contempt for our much loved Queen by refusing to bow to her in Parliament today as is the tradition. Instead he smirked and winked like the outright yob he is. Corbyn despises the Royals, he despises British tradition and he despises our history.
Even worse, he failed to ask about the health of the 96 year old Duke of Edinburgh. This behaviour, on the occasion of the Queen’s Speech along with his silly statement that private property should be stolen from its owners to house the homeless and his insistence on a “Day of Rage” will not endear him to ordinary people. Continue reading
Posted in London, National
Tagged boris johnson, Brexit, British tradition, Day of Rage, Duke of Edinburgh, Jeremy Corbyn, John McDonnell, Labour, Queen's Speech, Royals, The Queen, the Sun
There is fury throughout London at the latest terror attack, and huge admiration for the lightning and heroic response from the Met. Boris Johnson does not believe that Jeremy Corbyn is capable of defending us from terror. So let’s look at Corbyn’s record.Jeremy Corbyn.
Corbyn has refused to back terror measures or measures against radicalisation 56 times. He calls Hezbollah his friends. He wanted the IRA to win. Continue reading
Posted in International
Tagged boris johnson, Corbyn, Diane Abbott, Hezbollah, IRA, Jeremy Corbyn, London, MI5, MI6, Palestinian terrorist, police on the streets, radicalisation, terror attack, terror measures, the Met., Trident
Suddenly it all makes sense. One of Peter Sellers’ most famous films was Being There, a seventies classic about a simpleminded gardener, who has been isolated from the world all his life. Boris Johnson has spotted that allotment loving, behind the times, Jeremy Corbyn IS chucklehead Chauncy. This has to be the reason Labour, with much stronger choices for leader, picked a man who ia an absolute flake.
Chauncy’s simplistic ramblings about how to look after a garden are hilariously taken by America’s economists, politicians and businessmen as a metaphor for how to cure the economy. The deception takes him to the brink of the election for President and hints he enters the White House. Continue reading
Boris Johnson went for “spineless” Sadiq Khan in the Standard today, with all guns blazing. Boris beat a 19 point swing to Labour to take the Mayoralty, so he knows what he is talking about and under Sadiq, London, once number one city in the world, is going to the dogs.
The stinging criticism of the previous Mayor must have cut liked a whiplash, but what does Sadiq expect? Nearly every pledge broken! Housing, fares, and his promise to black cab drivers broken that if one Uber driver was found with no papers, he would pull their entire licence! All just empty words! A thousand broken regs. from Uber, and nothing’s changed. Continue reading
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Tagged black cab drivers, boris johnson, broken pledges, Crossrail 2, fares, fund raising, Garden Bridge, housing, mayoralty, pollution, Sadiq Khan, TfL, Uber
OMIGOD. I am not a May fun, but the PM could not have made a better decision than to shun the bitter leftie losers who seized the opportunity to spew venom in last night’s BBC debate. Continue reading
Posted in National
Tagged BBC Debate, BBC stitchup, boris johnson, Brexit, Caroline Lucas, Dems, free movement, Jeremy Corbyn, May, PM, SNP, Tim Farron, UKIP