In a timely and terrific boost for Brexit, a deal is imminent that would mean almost immediate pay increases for NHS workers across the board. The deal is for a stonking 4 billion, payable over 3 years, reported the BBC.
The BBC said: “More than a million NHS staff, including nurses, porters and paramedics, can expect pay increases of at least 6.5% over three years, the BBC understands. Continue reading
The EU facade of invincibility is palpably crumbling. For years, it was only ever a facade anyway. Now Matteo Salvini is leading the Italians in open rebellion, as his Five Star party that won the most votes in athe recent Italian election has given the EU “il dito”!
“Britain is a friendly country, declared Salvini, “with a long history of trade with Italy. You made a free choice with Brexit and I very much hope that it will be possible to maintain completely open trade with the EU without any penalties,” he told The Telegraph. Continue reading
One day Brexit will be sorted and we won’t need to worry about it, says Boris. Preparation for no deal still continues said Boris, and it is still an option.
Listen as melliflous phrases fall from his lordly, hardly moving lips.
We have a song to sing, and we need to sell the vision of the Mansion House speech. But have you a choir says Charles Moore, the interviewer, but Boris said “I’d like to teach the world to sing…….” Continue reading
In a boost for Mrs. May, Matteo Salvini, biggest winnner in the Italian elections has blasted the EU negotiating attitude as “sheer stupidity”. Mr. Salvini, leader of the Five Star party, is known to absolutely love Brexit!
Salvini said: “You made a free choice with Brexit and I very much hope that it will be possible to maintain completely open trade with the EU without any penalties.” Continue reading
Boris Johnson appeared on BBC Radio 4 yesterday, and gave one of his best interviews. Incisive, forceful and hilarious, Boris firmly laid down the red lines regarding the customs union (We can’t suck and blow at the same time said Boris) and on the European Court of Justice. (We will get rid of all ECJ control).
But a confidential letter leaked to the press has handed Labour a red herring to wave in the faces of the Tories, and distracted attention from the vital issue of sorting out the Irish question.
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Tagged BBC Radio 4, Boris, Brexit, Customs union, European Court of Justice, Ireland, Irish border, Jeremy Corbyn, Labour, leak, Mrs. May, n, SKY News, Theresa May
Labour hero Frank Field nails Stella Creasey, as she attempts to justify her betrayal of Labour voters who voted for Brexit and freedom from the EU. Are you going to rat on the British people, Mr. Field asked Stella bluntly.
Labour MP Stella Creasy enraged Brexiteer colleague Frank Field after she claimed Brexit will have a “massive hit” on Britain’s economy if it leaves the single market and customs union – particularly impacting those in the north of England. Continue reading
At one stage it looked so bad for Brexit last week, rep0rts The Sun, Boris Johnson thought the only thing he could do was make a principled stand and quit! A row with Greg Clark, who warned that there were hundreds of thousands of jobs at risk if Britain diverged too much from EU rules in the automotive sector, was a sticking point for Boris.
He argues Britain must have the freedom to go it alone and break free, being more innovative and striking new trade deals after we’re officially out. But it was tough. Things got so bad at one stage, Boris nearly walked. Continue reading
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Tagged automotive sector, Boris, boris johnson, Brexit, Brexit rebels, Chequers, Customs union, Greg Clarke, Ian Duncan Smith, Nickie Morgan, Philip Hammond, the Sun, vote of confidence