Tag Archives: Labour

Double infamy – Keir Starmer is scheming to wreck Brexit

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

The electoral system is wide open, only one way to stop the cheating

Our electoral system is wide open to cheating, and Labour is exploiting the loophole to the hilt.  Students are openly bragging they voted twice, because they are registered at home and at uni.  Some say they voted up to six times, because it is so easy to pretend to be someone else.

The Commonwealth Parliamentary Commission says there is only one way to stop the cheaters.  There are 381 separate databases.  Only by setting up a national database will cheating be eradicated. Continue reading

Now students brag about voting up to six times in GE2017

As Labour refused to support a motion that anyone proved to have voted twice should be banned, there are now claims that some students managed to vote six times in the recent general election,   after taking polling cards of friends who did not intend to vote and pretending to be them.

An unnamed MP told the Daily Telegraph that they had heard students bragging that they had been able to vote for Mr Corbyn several times.  But police in Canterbury and Lincoln – two of the university towns where double voting is said to have taken place – say they are not investigating the issue!  Why the hell not? Continue reading

Hard evidence that many students voted twice in GE17, outrageous

There is now hard evidence that the rumours are true.  Thousands of students voted twice in GE17, egged on at the polling booths they were “saving their country”. Twitter and Facebook were awash with students and relatives of students, bragging that many had voted twice in the last election.

Students are registered at home and at uni.  The elections watchdog described concerns about mostly students abusing the electoral process by voting both in their university constituency and their homes.  Continue reading

Furious Corbo sacks three of his cabinet, and one resigns. Labour in disarray…

As Labour amendment after amendment failed, the fury of Jeremy Corbyn  knew no bounds’   He made the mistake of believing the Corbynista trolls, but now his own party was giving him the finger! On an ego trip that had to be seen to be believe at Glasto,  Corbo has crashed to earth with a juddering thud.   Like Theresa May, he has had a short sharp shock in the vicissitudes of politics.  Continue reading

Shame on you, John McDonnell, you lied over Grenfell Tower

Labour lost the last election,  partly because, as usual, they ran a dishonest campaign.   John McDonnell is still trying to wage class warfare with the same strategy of planting fake news, smearing leading Tories and outright lying.  Grenfell victims have said they do not want their anguish used for political purposes,  McDonnell doesn’t give a damn. 

McDonnell’s accusation, shames his office,   Politicising the Grenfell tragedy is all he cares about.  Desperate to whip up hate, McDonnell used the word “murder”.  Continue reading

Oaf Jeremy Corbyn insults the Queen

Oafish Jeremy Corbyn showed his contempt for our much loved Queen by refusing to bow to her in Parliament today as is the tradition.  Instead he smirked and winked like the outright yob he is.  Corbyn despises the Royals, he despises British tradition and he despises our history. 

Even worse, he failed to ask about the health of the 96 year old Duke of Edinburgh.  This behaviour, on the occasion of the Queen’s Speech along with his silly statement that  private property should be stolen from its owners to house the homeless and his insistence on a “Day of Rage” will not endear him to ordinary people.  Continue reading