Boris Johnson pulverises Andrew Gwynne and destroys Jeremy Corbyn in a scathing denunciation of truth and facts.
A tutti fruiti Coalition of Chaos, bellows furious Boris! He hammered home that Corbyn wants a second referendum like the wrath of God!
We need someone who is tough on terrorism and tough on EU – Jeremy Corbyn is neither! This is the real debate!
Righteous indignation from Boris! Gwynne reduced to spluttering incoherence!
Academic A C Grayling admits that it is a matter of life and death for EU chiefs to cheat us back into the EU so they are helping whimpering Remoaners to subvert Brexit. They spout the usual guff – we are very very much missed, there are people who are desperate to unite again in blissful harmony back in the EU with our necks firmly under the boots of EU chiefs – are we are supposed to fall for this drivel? Guy Verhofstadt and Michel Barnier are colluding with Remoaners, who are snivelling because the Remoan vote has sunk from 48% to 22%. EU chiefs have been so abusive and vile to us, their behaviour is bound to have been a major factor. Continue reading
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
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Tagged black cab drivers, Boris, David Davis, EU, Express, George Osborne, London Standard, Lynton Crosby, Peter Hill, Remainer, Sarah Sands, soft Brexit, Theresa May
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
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Tagged Blair, Brexiteers, Chancellor, clean Brexiteers, Cleggers, Damascene conversion, Damascus, David Cameron, EU, EU members, EU referendum, Husband Phil, May, put to the sword, Remainer, Saboteurs, St. Paul
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
This is one of the letters in today’s Times. This dreadful article by David Aaronovitch is not worth reading, but one of the replies to it is.
“Yes, but once again it takes Nigel Farage to tell it how it is, and then they reel at the suggestion that they are acting like the Mafia. Problem is it is true. Bill Cash is right, in real terms the EU owes us approximatey £1.5 Trillion if you include war debt. Continue reading
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Tagged Belgium, Blair, British, Brown, cap, cherry picking, constitutional court, David Aaronovitch, EU, France, Germany, Holland, Italy, Mafia, national strategic assets, Nigel Farage, Sir Bill Cash, Spain, the Times, war debt
Anna Soubry has spent all week asking for Parliament to be sovereign. Parliament should always have the final decision, argues Anna, not the people. So has Gina Miller and Gina has gone to considerable effort and expense to ensure this is so. Her logic is shaky to say the least. Anna says sure, the people voted to leave. She accepts that and supports it. But that’s over now! (?) If the PM gets a good deal, great, but if not, Parliament must then have a meaningful vote and take over. It was left to Tory MP Mark Harper to explain to Anna that voters had voted to leave the EU, good deal or bad. They want rid of EU interference and intend to leave whatever the deal the PM gets. Continue reading