Tag Archives: David Cameron

Pious Chuka and Starmer ignore the dirty dealings of Remain

Chuka Umunna continually insists that the Leave campaign “pledged” to pay £350M to the NHS.  Oddly he has admitted in print that no Leaver ever explicitly made such a pledge – their remarks were only suggestions.  This is confirmed by a quote he gave to the London Standard. (below).chukaumunaLabour is in such disarray, this is the sort of trivial snitching Chuka and Keir Starmer are reduced to.  Much ridiculed “independent” Professor Bob Watt from Buckingham University has even reported the Leave campaign to the CPS, charging them with “undue influence.” Continue reading

How desperate Dave flogged off Boris’s Trade Union Bill to save the EU

Boris has battled with the unions since 2010.  He has pressed for trade union reform from that date.  In September 2015, Boris persuaded the government to  back a Trade Union Bill,  that would ban workers in key public sectors from striking unless industrial action was supported by 40% of union members. camerontradeunionThe move meant that any worker who abstains in a strike vote or forgets to return their ballot paper will effectively be deemed to be opposing the move. The details of the Bill are here.  Boris said in September 2015:

“I’m very grateful that the Government is at last moving on this as this is something we’ve been lobbying for in TfL for many years now.  “The [current] ballot thresholds are too low, they’re absurd! Continue reading

Before he flogged the water cannon, dictator Sadiq should have asked the people

As a Mayor of London keenly aware of democracy, Boris Johnson held three polls as to whether he should buy water cannon, after the  London riots.  The Met badly needed them. .  Boris did not just wake up one morning and think “Today  I fancy hosing down a few people.” boriswatercannonThe Met were rightly concerned that, after the worst violence in living memory,  44 police were  injured, 4 very seriously.  There were 450 arrests, many of them foreign insurgents, some armed.   Water cannon can prevent buildings burning to the ground and protect fire fighters and  paramedics in a way hoses cannot. Hundreds of buildingsw were burnt to the ground.  The cops wanted to prevent this happening again. Continue reading

PM Cam’s clear promise we can decide means he lied and was in contempt of Parl

In the House of Commons, on 22nd Febuary, 2016, David Cameron made the following pledge to the British people.camboris2“It is time for the British people to have their say,” he said. “It is time to settle this European question in British politics. I say to the British people: this will be your decision.” Continue reading

Peace process. Boris and Dave settle their differences

They were on different sides and they both fought like Titans for and against Brexit.  The reverberations resounded through politics.  In the end, the irresistible force of David Cameron crashed against the rock of the Boris Johnson immoveable object and shattered!  But in the scheme of things, they have been through a lot together and  it is all water under the bridge now. borisdaveLast week, Boris and Dave drank whiskies on the balcony of the Royal David Hotel in Israel, and after a “frank exchange” of views, agreed to settle their differences.  Boris has never been one to hold a grudge. Continue reading

Why so serious? The real Boris Johnson stands up

As Mayor of London, Boris was always happy and smiling, full of fun, jokes and bonhomie.  Now that he is Foreign Secretary, as befits his role, he has a whole new moody thing going on.  borismoodyFrom sunny charm, he can switch in a flash to a scowl that Brando would envy. His responsibilities include dealing with terrorism, strategies to foil Daesh,  Syria, dealing with members of the EU at summits, Brexit, responsibility for MI5 and MI6 and many other equally vital matters.   Continue reading

Brexiteers tell Remain Learn the lesson or take another kicking!

The independent Joseph Rowntreee Foundation has reported that people who felt abandoned by the political establishment rose up in large numbers to free Britain from Brussels. The verdict to leave the EU had significantly higher support from voters “pushed to the margins of society.”europhilesLast month’s Brexit vote revealed deep divisions in British society.  A poll of over 2,000 people conducted by Populus for JRF has revealed that those who voted for Brexit feel left behind by economic growth and ignored by politicians. Continue reading