Jeremy Corbyn has had an undistinguished career. He achieved very little, even as a MP, before he became Labour leader, apart from some trade union jobs. All the demos he attended don’t really count. He did win the Gandhi Int. Peace Prize in 2013, but this sits oddly with his known anti-semitic views.
He was educated at private school, but only achieved 2 A Levels, at E grade. He never went to uni and was thrown out of techie college for arguing with the lecturers. Continue reading
Boris Johnson has made a statement on the analysis by the OPCW (Org. for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons) of the poison that was used to try to kill the Skripals. The full report of the the OPCW is also below. The horrific result of the use of chemical weapons in Syria is a warning if no action were taken when there are further incidents here.
Boris has had experience of the use of chemical warfare in Syria, since he became Foreign Secretary. He states that Assad has used chemical weapons four times since 2014. The displacement of 700.000 Syrians is a major crisis since early 2018. Continue reading
In a timely and terrific boost for Brexit, a deal is imminent that would mean almost immediate pay increases for NHS workers across the board. The deal is for a stonking 4 billion, payable over 3 years, reported the BBC.
The BBC said: “More than a million NHS staff, including nurses, porters and paramedics, can expect pay increases of at least 6.5% over three years, the BBC understands. Continue reading
Youth unemployment in Europe is skyhigh. Oh yeah, the EU brings prosperity alright…….. No wonder the Italians want out……
When we look at the figures for each country, the results are shocking. Continue reading
Guardian readers might believe the tripe in the paper that support for Brexit is fading. Indy readers might have fallen for their poll based on lies giving Remain an 11 point lead.
But even if you haven’t seen the new You Gov poll that puts Leave ahead by 9 points (Leave 48%, Remain 39%) for the truth, look no further than the top ten movies of 2017 in the UK. This is the list. 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
The Tories are the only party worth voting for and they are bound to win – but Theresa May is the weakest link. She is a hard Remoaner but has nicked Brexit’s beliefs to persuade us she is caring and for the people. I don’t believe a word of it.
Before she became Prime Minister, Peter Oborne described May as “an empty politician without beliefs.” He said she always put politics before principle.
The way she handled the child abuse inquiry proved he was right. May delayed and delayed the child abuse inquiry, until it never happened – campaigners and child abuse councillors lost faith that it ever would happen. Two members of her panel also sent bullying, abusive letters to some alleged victims, and were ordered to stand down. Continue reading
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