In an ugly display of fascist style behaviour, Steven Norris and Philip Hammond ganged up on Boris Johnson yesterday, threatening him with the sack if he didn’t stay silent over Brexit.
Bully boy Norris even said the 1922 Committee would end Boris’s career! Oh are they running the country and Brexit, Steve, I didn’t realise! In my innocence, I thought that the EU Referendum was the chance of voters to decide whether we left or stayed in the EU! We were told, in Parliament, by the then PM our decision would be final. But it’s the 1922 committee running May and making the decisions, is it. Forgive me, my mistake! Continue reading
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Tagged 1922 Committee, Boris, Brexit, David Davis, EU referendum, Foreign Secretary, George Osborne, Hammond, May, Norris, Remoaners, Rudd
When Boris found out that the Remoaners in the government were planning a transition period until 2024, he hurled himself into the breach and fought it off like a tiger. His stirring article bursting with enthusiasm for Brexit was like a hand grenade, hurled into appalling mess that Brexit has become. That bravery has seen Boris bounce to the top of the ConHome leadership poll, from his worst rating ever, four weeks ago.
It duplicates the results of the YouGov poll, that had Boris first in line, with Jacob Rees Mogg second. (Ruth Davidson isn’t eligible.)
Oddschecker shows Boris is now the top choice for Tory leader and also the top choice for next Tory PM.
Brexit is getting nowhere and the strategy of appeasement adopted by the PM and David Davis is manna to EU Chiefs, who recognise patsies when they see them. They clearly have no intention of giving us a good deal. Continue reading
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Tagged Boris, Con Home, David Davis, EU super citizens, Fiona Hill, Gordon Brown, government Brexit sellout, Hammond, Jacob Rees-Mogg, Nick Timothy, Philip Hammond, Remoaners, Rudd, Sunday Times, Tim Shipman, You Gov poll
Jeremy Corbyn has ordered his party to block the Government’s efforts to convert EU rules into British law, the party confirmed today, on democratic grounds. Debate begins this week on the so-called Great Repeal Bill, intended to provide the first step in legally taking us out of the EU.
A Labour spokesman said: “As democrats we cannot vote for a bill that unamended would let Government ministers grab powers from Parliament to slash people’s rights at work and reduce protection for consumers and the environment.” Continue reading
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
One would think that Diane Abbott of all people would be excited and supportive of the great work Boris Johnson is doing for women and in helping East Africa. In Somalia, Boris was greeted with touching emotion by Somalians, who all said what a confidence boost his visit was and what a huge difference it made to see him. The aid he helped unload was a live saver.
He was greeted with equal warmth and enthusiasm in Ethiopia, Uganda and Kenya, as he discussed ideas for a better future for these countries with their rulers. Continue reading
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Tagged Boris, Diana Abbott, East Africa, Ethiopia, FGM operations, Kenya, Labour, Remoaners, Sadiq Khan, Somalia, Uganda
There has been a sharp rise in support for PM May’s Brexit strategy.. The strategy was formulated by Boris Johnson and chosen in preference to the strategy of Philip Hammond.Politico Brexit reported today that support for Boris’s Brexit strategy is now at 53%, up sharply from 38% last month in a poll of 2,000 people. Another 47 % said they believed May would get the right deal for the U.K., whereas 29% said she would fail. In January, respondents were evenly split, with 35% agreeing and 35 % disagreeing that she would make a success of Brexit. Continue reading
After today’s Brexit speech from Theresa May, some Remoaners were complaining. I had just explained that there is a big difference between a referendum and a general election. In the EU Ref., Leave and Remain were not competing to form a government. The only purpose of any referendum is to get a straight answer to a straight question, in this case, Should we leave the EU?Leave and Remain cannot therefore make financial pledges. They can only make suggestions. The battlebus ad. was about taking control and the figure quoted on the bus was given as the sum we pay the EU every week. Let’s give £350M to the NHS was one suggestion how to spend the money. Continue reading
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Tagged battlebus, Brexit, EU chief, EU negotiations, general election, LEAVE, May, Mrs. Merkel, referendum, REMAIN, Remoaners, Theresa May