Steve Hilton, ex guru of the Cameron government, who left, disillusioned, to go to the States, was on Fox News today, beaming and bursting with enthusiasm. Once more, we are seeing the old, hopeful Steve, excited and energised by recent events.
It was clear from the body language in the interview they gave on Fox that “Bibi” Netanyahu and Prez Donald Trump have a genuine rapport. They kidded each other and talked about deal making. President Trump is keen to solve the Israel/Palestine impasse and he should only be applauded for the scale of his ambition. Continue reading
In a passionate speech, that left the world in no doubt of his intentions, America’s new President Trump told his people he would fight for change and fight for their rights with every breath in his body. He intends to strip power from Washington and give the people their rights back.When campaigning for President, the President visited one of the poorest areas in America, West Virginia and he galvanised these people with hope. The President was the first politician to visit West Virginia for 8 years. Continue reading
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The Tory MP Jake Berry had an amusing anecdote to tell about David Cameron when he appeared on Radio5 Live, with Jon Pienaar. At a Tory away day, Jake made the awful error of eating Cameron’s toast. Informed that there was plenty more, Cameron pouted “But mine always has the crusts cut off!” This is probably definitive proof that Cameron is not the best choice to head NATO.
Brexit hero Sir Bill Cash has fought for the freedoms and rights of this country for over 30 years. He has written a riveting article in today’s Express, which gives us an inkling of what Brexiteers have gone through for the past 30 years.Democracy and populism are now apparently dirty words to Remainers such as Cameron and John Major. Sir Bill describes the stitched up decisions behind closed doors employed by PM Cameron and Sir John. Major called everyone honest enough to resist the European project “bastards… and describes winning the referendum as “tyranny”. Continue reading
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Fifteen thousand students and lecturers marched through London in protest at the huge cost of student fees today, and who can blame them? Free in Scotland, only £3,000 in Wales, students in England have massive debt hung round their necks, and only one party is to blame, the Lib Dems. In the book Call Me Dave by Lord Ashcroft and Isabel Oakshotte, it turns out that Cameron and Osbo gave Nick Clegg the chance not once, but several times to honour his promise to students that they would not have to pay £9,000 in student fees. They made it plain that the Tory Party was willing to think outside the box. Continue reading
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Faced with Clinton’s perceived wall of support among African-American voters, Donald Trump told them: ‘You’re living in poverty, your schools are no good, you have no jobs, 58 per cent of your youth is unemployed, what the hell do you have to lose?’
Clinton’s response was to organise a series of public appearances with rapper Jay Z. The result was a seven per cent swing among black voters to Trump. Continue reading
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