Tag Archives: Brexiteers

Brexiteer MPs may be outnumbered but on the field of battle they are worth 10,000 men. Each

Brexiteers are heavily outnumbered in Parliament and in the government, but so principled and brave are the politicians fighting for us, with such outstanding fighting spirit, I believe there is no doubt that Brexit, as we voted for it, will prevail.

 

 

 

 

I have been deeply moved to see politicians whom I knew little about fight like tigers for democracy, social justice and the rights of ordinary people.  This is what politics is supposed to be about.  It is inspiring stuff and restores my faith in politicians. Continue reading

Who will help our doctor and nurses?

This is empathy fatigue,  This is how you feel when you are so emotionally and physically exhausted,  you are at the end of your rope.  Our nurses and doctors are being reduced to this state because our National Health Service, the pride of this country for decades, is now chronically overloaded.

If you dare say this aloud, you are jumped on by the ignorant.  Brexiteers are accused of racism, for saying we cannot cope with the stress of more patients in our hospitals, and more pupils in our schools. Continue reading

May savaging the saboteurs? or put to the sword by Brexiteers?

As a conversion, it is more astonishing than St. Paul on the road to Damascus!  PM May has suddenly become a clean Brexiteer!  This is the lady who dubbed anyone who wanted a clean break from the EU “crazy” and  a “fanatic!” This is the lady who admits she is a Remainer, who gave free rein to the Chancellor to slag off Brexit and whose husband Phil, a hedge fund manager, loves the EU almost more than life itself.It struck me as odd that when the PM announced the forthcoming election in Parliament, there was not a Brexiteer in sight. David Cameron, Blair, Cleggers, even the EU members were ecstatic at the news and announced glowingly that a huge mandate would “ensure the best deal for Britain” something they suddenly seemed awfully happy about. Continue reading

May’s unprincipled behavour is enabled by the MSM

There is only one person to blame for the dire state of Anglo/Russian relations and that is Theresa May.    The Russians have a right to be upset that PM May cancelled Boris Johnson’s trip to Moscow three times , then turned on him and screamed and abused him in the media.

Putin showed good will by giving Boris an open invititation to visit Moscow to discuss his 2016 pleace plan.  The invitation was an olive branch for peace. If Boris had been allowed to quietly go through the plan in depth with President Putin, who knows what would have transpired.  When May blocked the trip for the third time, the Russians, who unleashed their fury in the media, had every right to feel upset.  Boris certainly did. Continue reading

Body blow for Hammond as PM picks Bojo strategy for EU

For six months the battle has raged between the Boris Johnson strategy in dealing with the EU and Philip Hammond’s softer Remainian approach.  Boris’s brilliant plan has covered every ambiguity and has a fall back position, should things not go as planned.  So well calculated  is the strategy though, that it is impossible to find a flaw.boriseusummit2Superbrain Boris has covered all eventualities and Brexiteers were ecstatic at the positive and gracious tone of the speech, that cloaked an iron structure.  The Sun reported:  “His allies hailed key decisions to leave the single market, pull out of two thirds of the customs union and end “vast” EU budget payments as the arguments Boris has been making since the EU referendum campaign. Continue reading

Amber Rudd’s immigration plans are compared to Hitler’s Mein Kampf

It’s a question of tone, not only content.   Brexiteers, including Boris Johnson, Dan Hannan, Liam Fox and Fraser Nelson,  certainly believe in tough controls on immigration, but the May/Rudd interpretation is raising more than eyebrows.  Amber Rudd is raising huge concerns because she has taken the whole thing much too far. So far that LBC’s James O’Brien has compared her ideas to Hitler’s Mein Kampf. amberrudd3

Fraser Nelson’s article in the Telegraph today explained just where May and Rudd were going wrong.  Tough controls,  Yes.  Lists of foreigners, the naming and shaming of companies No.  This smacks of far too much government interference. Nobody wants people who are already here, working hard, to feel hounded or picked on. Continue reading

Boris Johnson’s video for Change Britain

Boris Johnson has joined a “hard Brexit” campaign called Change Britain, led by Gisela Stuart.

PM May is showing signs that she is falling under the influence of Remainer Phillip Hammond. We feared all along this would happen. Continue reading