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
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
Hated Uber buddy George Osborne, in the Standard, has warm words for London Mayor Sadiq Khan. Odd, because in the first year of his Mayoralty, Sadiq Khan has achieved practically nothing. According to Ben Rogers (who works for Sadiq on the Finance Commission) Sadiq Khan has “pushed air pollution” up the agenda, but the obvious action – cutting down traffic, has yet to happen. As a Mayor, says Ben, Sadiq is more “deliberate and unifying”. That’s the excuse for his zero results. This has to be the joke of the year. Continue reading
In answer to untrue attacks on Boris Johnson in the Sun, I gave the following info., answering the smears. For some reason, the Sun removed my post. Hopefully they will now let me print a response, if not, I’m putting the link on twitter. “A comment said nobody likes Boris. But Boris has won five elections, how does that fit? Two Mayoral elections. Two national elections – when Tories were in trouble, Osbo sent Boris to win the marginals, which he did, blowing sky high the theory he is only popular in the Home Countries, and London. Boris was the overwhelming deciding factor in Brexit. Continue reading
Posted in International, National
Tagged boris johnson, Brexit, Foreign Affairs Select Committee, gaffes, general elections, Ken Clarke, Lavrov, May, Moscow, Putin, Saudis, Syria, the Sun, US aide, VP Pence
There is no doubt whatsoever that Theresa May will win the next general election. To be honest, it shouldn’t be called an election. Walkover, done deal, absolute certainty are the words that spring to mind.
As a life long Tory, I should be glad, but for the dishonesty of the present leader. Whatever I say will not prevent a Tory win, so these are my concerns. Continue reading
Posted in International, National
Tagged 2015 election pledge, battle bus, boris johnson, Brexit, David Davis, disabled, general election, government for everyone, income tax, LEAVE, manifesto, NI, Prez Putin, referendum, REMAIN, single market, Theresa May, Tories, VAT, walkover
Although Theresa May claims to be “protecting Brexit”, the strategy of rushing through a snap election should give Brexit voters huge cause for alarm. She is duplicating the strategy of Harold Wilson in 1975.
Ted Heath rushed us illegally into the EU in 1972, by not calling a Referendum. Three years later, Harold Wilson apparently set this right, but he turned the Ref. into a vote of confidence for the government which, like May, he knew he would win. He then took advantage of the innocent public by binding us further into the EU. Continue reading
The Foreign Secretary had his team with him, Tobias Ellwood, Sir Alan Duncan and Alok Sharma, who also answered questions. The answers to Boris’s questions are given here and the remaining answers are on the link to Hansard here. Zimbabwe. Tobias Ellwood.
Israeli settlement goods. Boris was asked about the Israeli ban on visitors who advocate a boycott on settlement goods. The Foreign Secretary said Israel’s immigration policy is a matter for Israel. We are firmly against the boycott, divestment and sanctions against Israel. The FO has updated theit travel advice for Israel. Continue reading
Posted in International
Tagged Anglo American relations, Belarus, boris johnson, Brexit, Daesh, Death penalty UAE, Foreign Secretary, India, Israel, Nato, Poland, Sir Alan Duncan, Sudan and South Sudan, The US, Tobias Ellwood, Yazidi captives, Zimbabwe