Today’s Telegraph in an exclusive reported: Boris Johnson has warned Theresa May that the Government must make a public commitment to giving the NHS an extra £100million a week after Brexit if the Tories are to beat Jeremy Corbyn at the next election.
The Foreign Secretary believes that the Government must adopt the flagship Vote Leave pledge and spend £5.2billion a year that would have been paid into Brussels on the health service instead. Continue reading
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Boris Johnson made an oustanding speech on terror from the Foreign Office today, in which he walloped the likes of Corbyn and Sadiq Khan for blaming US and UK foreign policy.
He compared the spread of extremism to crack cocaine as he insisted the threat of terrorism can and will be defeated. And in a thinly veiled attack on Labour’s pacifist leader Jeremy Corbyn he hit out at those who ‘bash the West’ and blame our military interventions for the spread of terror. Continue reading
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Added to his many failings, Jeremy Corbyn can’t take pressure or abuse. He histrionically lost his temper in Parliament yesterday at Tory whip Andrew Griffiths, a wag, who when Corbo was demanding more cash for the elderly, yelled “You should be be in care!” Corbyn went bananas, shouting, pointing and yelling about ageism.
I frequently take the p….. out of Corbyn about his age, calling him a wacko wild eyed grandpops, and when he misses the point in an argument, which he frequently does, it seems relevant to point out he forgot to plug in his hearing aid. Continue reading
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There is fury in the Labour party right now, at the high handed way dithering Jeremy Corbyn has abandoned 40 years of opposition to the EU. The Labour Leader has voted against every single EU treaty and denounced the EU as “a capitalist conspiracy!” Now he ignores all that, and is ordering Labour MPs to vote against the Repeal Bill to keep his job.
A Labour backbencher said “The anger is this has been decided by the shadow cabinet and handed down from on high with no consultation with the Parliamentary Labour Party.” As many as 50 backbenchers, many from the North and Midlands, could defy Mr Corbyn by abstaining rather than voting against the Bill. Continue reading
Whatever her failings, PM May knows how to smother issues by inaction. Her talent, illustrated by her behaviour during the child abuse enquiry, when she was told to do it, is kicking awkward issues into the long grass. Abandoning his decades long opposition to the EU, Corbo now is now coming out for soft Brexit, and a possible 4 year transition period. The fate of Brexit is in the balance.
Boris Johnson is the only senior figure in government opposing this policy. David Davis, Rudd, Damien Green, are all falling into line with Hammond, who has never ever accepted Brexit. Corbo, bullied by Kier Starmer, is allying himself with hated figures like Tony Blair, Hezza, Major, and establishment figures like the Governor of the Bank of England, the Civil Service and the BBC. Their aim is to keep us in the EU. Continue reading
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Shadow education secretary Angela Rayner made this statement about student fees, on 22nd May 2017.
“The Labour leader and shadow education secretary Angela Rayner announced this morning that Labour pledged to abolish/refund student fees and the statement couldn’t be clearer! Read the entire article here. Continue reading
As Labour refused to support a motion that anyone proved to have voted twice should be banned, there are now claims that some students managed to vote six times in the recent general election, after taking polling cards of friends who did not intend to vote and pretending to be them.
An unnamed MP told the Daily Telegraph that they had heard students bragging that they had been able to vote for Mr Corbyn several times. But police in Canterbury and Lincoln – two of the university towns where double voting is said to have taken place – say they are not investigating the issue! Why the hell not? Continue reading