Surely this is the final nail in the coffin of intellectually challenged Jeremy Corbyn? YouGov reports that the Tories now have a narrow lead over Labour. Jezza seem to have a lot of time on his hand lately, spending time at teenage gigs and appearing on lightweight TV shows. But the strategy of getting down with the kids is one that seems to have been his undoing.
While heavyweights like Boris Johnson are making brilliant speeches from the Foreign Office, (Boris recently met the President of Iran, only the third Foreign Secretary to visit Iran since 2003 ) the Labour leader is appearing on shows like Gogglebox. Continue reading
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Tagged anti semitic incidents, boris johnson, Brexit, credible costings, Customs union, easy movement, Gogglebox, GQ, Jeremy Corbyn, Keir Starmer, Labour, Palestinian terrorist, President of Iran, rape, regulatory alignment, sex scandals, single market, Tories, YouGov
After the terrible news that Bex Bailey was raped and then warned by Labour higher ups that if she reported it, it would hurt her career, the way the Labour spin doctors have swung the focus of the Westminster sex scandal onto the Tories is nothing short of scandalous.
So far Tory misdemeanours seem confined to disputed knee touching and schoolboyish, silly, inappropriate remarks. The alleged Labour accusations are far more serious. Kelvin Hopkins, MP for Luton North is accused of hugging an activist and rubbing his crotch against a young activist. Continue reading
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Tagged Bex Bailey, Carl Sergeant, Clive Lewis, Daily Express, grassroots campaign, Jared O'Mara, Jeremy Corbyn, Kelvin Hopkins MP, Labour, Luton North, Momentum, sex pests, spin doctors, Virginia Blackburn
To hear Jeremy Corbyn brag, you would think he had a 20 point lead over the Tories. In GE17, in spite of the blatant student cheating and even more blatant lies about refunding and cancelling student debt, Jezza still lost. And that was with Theresa May giving the worst example of a leader fighting an election anywhere, ever.
By the time of the next general election, hopefully, Peter Bone will have plugged the loophope that allowed so many students to vote twice, or even three times. He will have brought in a database, that makes such dishonourable strategems impossible. Continue reading
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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Tagged Amber Rudd, Bank of England, Brexit, Civil Service, Corbyn, Damien Green, David David, Hammond, Hezza, Jeremy Corbyn, Kier Starmer, Major, May, Tony Blair, transition period
Shadow Ministers are scheming to betray the voters by pressuring leader Jeremy Corbyn towards forcing a vote on Single Market membership – something which could split the Tory Party and cause Brexit chaos.
Keir Starmer is in the forefront of the strategy. On the one hand, he hypocritically insists it is vital to obey the decision of the EU Referendum. But really, he is doing all he can to undermine the reasons that Leavers voted for Brexit. Continue reading
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Tagged Brexit, Charlie Elphicke, Customs union, ECJ, EU referendum, Jeremy Corbyn, Keir Starmer, Labour, Shadow Ministers, single market
How much longer will Good Morning Britain allow Chuka Umunna on morning tv to spout lies? How many times has he brazenly lied about the “ad on the big red bus?” How many times has the evil little sh….. trilled “And we all know about the ad. on the big red bus, don’t we?”
What Chuka actually knows is that when he complained to the DPP and the CPS about the bus ad., he was told to sling his hook and there is nothing wrong with the ad. He also knows that you can’t pledge cash in Referendum! But Chuka is the man who sneered at ordinary people in London clubs as “trash!” And still programmes like GMB indulge his dishonesty, because they are anti Tory and love a cheap shot. Continue reading
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Tagged Andrew Neil, BBC, bus ad, Chuka, CPS, DPP, GE2017, Good Moring Britain, Jeremy Corbyn, Lies, red bus, referendum, Sarah Champion, SKY, student fees