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Pious Chuka and Starmer report Leave, but ignore dirty dealings of Remain

Chuka Umunna continually insists that the Leave campaign “pledged” to pay £350M to the NHS.  Oddly he has admitted in print that no Leaver ever explicitly made such a pledge – their remarks were only suggestions.  This is confirmed by a quote he gave to the London Standard. (below).chukaumunaLabour is in such disarray, this is the sort of trivial snitching Chuka and Keir Starmer are reduced to.  Much ridiculed “independent” Professor Bob Watt from Buckingham University has even reported the Leave campaign to the CPS, charging them with “undue influence.” Continue reading

Boris comment, Let’s give money to NHS was clearly only a suggestion

When you say to someone “Let’s go to the cinema!” that’s clearly a suggestion.  When you say “I promise I will pay you £50 a month”, that’s a pledge.Downing Street, London, October 18th 2016. Foreign and Commonwealth Secretary Boris Johnson arrives at the weekly cabinet meeting at 10 Downing Street in London. ¿ Paul Davey/Alamy Live NewsRemainers clearly cannot tell the difference because the only evidence they pretend they have that Leave lied is the figure on the battlebus. Continue reading

NHS strapped for cash? Poppycock says Margaret Hodge

The claim that we need to pay more money into the NHS was rubbished yesterday by ex Labour Minister Margaret Hodge.  Mrs. Hodge said the claim was poppycock and the real problem was that the NHS is so wasteful, it is pouring millions down the drain.jeremyhunt2However, the Daily Mail has reported:   “A bitter row broke out last night after hospital bosses claimed the NHS will no longer be able to provide the services patients expect without more cash. Continue reading

Letter from Scot in Standard shows SNP are not what they seem

A letter in the London Standard clearly shows another side of the SNP and the deep concern of many Scots, who know only too well, the SNP are not what they seem.SalmondDoc1GT“As a Scot, living NHS in London, I have been following this election with rising horror as people increasingly warm to the SNP, north and south of the border. I do not believe the SNP is a democratic threat, but any party that believes  full fiscal autonomy is a viable policy for Scotland is not credible. Continue reading

More horrific details of SNP irresponsible spending!

It is shocking to read how Alex Salmond threw around public funds while he and Sturgeon in public preached about the less well off and children in poverty.   They talk about the suffering of the  Scottish people, but the  truth is Salmond and Sturgeon have an appallingly irresponsible attitude to public money.alexsalmond4Before Indy Ref., in March 2014, the Daily Record reported: “A STAGGERING £1.3million of public money was spent on Alex Salmond’s “independence bible”, figures showed yesterday. Continue reading

Ed Miliband’s appalling conference speech is taken apart by Andrew Neil

Ed Miliband’s appalling conference speech, lazy,  sentimental, impractical, was taken apart by the forensic analysis of Andrew Neil late last night on BBC2. In a Freudian slip, he forgot to mention  the deficit and plans to tackle immigration from his keynote conference speech.  The Labour leader left out a warning that “there won’t be money to spend after the next election”. He also failed to include a section on immigration which said that those coming to Britain must “learn English and earn their way”.edconference2Ed’s plan on a Mansion Tax immediately hit the buffers, as Andrew Neil pointed out to Andy Burnham there was a huge difficulty over the valuation of properties costing £2M+.  Andy said the value of every property was recorded at the  Land Registry.  When Neil said the only figures with the Land Registry were the selling prices of properties, and  the value of any property could have hugely risen from that.  a stuttering, redfaced Burnham had no comeback. Continue reading

Child abuse inquiry kicked into the long grass as Butler-Sloss resigns

The scope of the child abuse inquiry is so wide, it is likely to take two years before a verdict is reached,  was the common view in the media.  Today, the Daily Express informed us:  “It’s not just the illegal activities of MPs and peers that will be scrutinised, the inquiry panel will also consider potential wrongdoing in the BBC, the NHS, the church, MI5, charities, the judiciary, councils and political parties.”  Thousands of witnesses could be called, said the Home Secretary.batteredchildThere is such strong feeling about these revelations, why can’t the MPs and peers part of the inquiry be handled now, separately,  and the facts investigated, as the Express suggests, by professional investigators, not well meaning amateurs? The public is sick of being fobbed off. Continue reading