Tag Archives: David Davis

Boris will resign before the weekend if May won’t accept his vision of Brexit

Breaking.  The Daily Express reported today that if May won’t accept Boris’s vision of Brexit, which is what we voted for, no EU control, Boris will resign by the weekend.

He told reporters in New York today he was not going to resign and said the Cabinet is a “nest of singing birds”.  Continue reading

Boris and Liam lead the fight for a quick Brexit but Davis sides with Hammond

It sticks out a mile that Theresa May should sack Philip Hammond!  From day one, he has talked down Brexit and done everything, aided by the civil service, to stop a clean Brexit taking place.  Now he wants a three year transitional period.

The mystery is, why won’t she act?  My theory is that all the reports about May fighting Hammond to protect Brexit are wrong.  She thinks the same as he does, and always has. Continue reading

Black cab drivers would spit on the grave of George Osborne, Sarah Sands

Ex Standard Editor Sarah Sands writes in the paper that black cab drivers find Theresa May sexy.  A London MP gloats that to BC drivers,  the PM is a heroine to cabbies.   Not for much longer matey!Black cab drivers are incredibly quick on the uptake.  Already the word is getting around, that far from being for Brexit, as most black cab drivers are, May is a Remainer, who is desperate for things to stay the same.  Continue reading

May isn’t clean Brexit. She is hard Remain.

There is no doubt whatsoever that Theresa May will win the next general election.  To be honest,   it shouldn’t be called an election.   Walkover, done deal, absolute certainty are the words that spring to mind. 

As a life long Tory, I should be glad, but for the dishonesty of the present leader.  Whatever I say will not prevent a Tory win, so these are my concerns. Continue reading

Free movement will finally end, but it’s May who wants a softer Brexit

Boris and David Davis have reluctantly accepted that business will need time to adapt to the cutoff of free movement.  But an earlier report claimed that Theresa May has been campaigning within the Cabinet, for a softer Brexit,  unlocking “a deep and special partnership” with the bloc. 

She says extending FM is unavoidable. She had to wrestle with Brexit-backing Tories to secure their support.  Brexit chiefs Boris Johnson and Liam Fox have grudgingly agreed to back a transitional arrangement that would bridge the gap between Brexit and a future trade deal, the FT reported. Continue reading

Hands off! Boris Johnson and David Davis are about to play hardball

As May starts her negotiations over Brexit, she might recall Thatcher’s reminiscences in 1993 about her own talks with Brussels, in which she said: “There’s not a strand of equity and fairness in Europe; they’re out to get as much as they can. So I tackled it on that basis.”  reported the Sunday Times.Boris Johnson and David Davis can both be exceptionally charming,  but when necessary,  that’s the front.  Underneath they are prepared to beat the crap out of any EU chief or Remoaner who pushes his luck. Continue reading

“Intellectually brilliant” Boris Johnson joins new “supertight” Brexit team

When Boris Johnson first became Foreign Secretary, the media jumped on him, trying to make the most of anything they saw as a “gaffe”.  That has now ended. Boris is a workaholic and a lightning quick study. He has been described as the most learned, gifted Foreign Secretary since Lord Curzon by journalist Peter Oborne. Continue reading