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
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
Robert Peston should be ashamed at the way he brushed aside the abusive behaviour of Corbynistas. Apparently a Tory MP has been suspended for using the phrase “n…… in a woodpile”. Daily Corbynista abuse is a million times worse than this.
Although I am a Tory, many of Mrs. May’s policies and decisions are not policies and decisions I agree with. But the abuse she gets is over the top. So indignant have I been at the cussing and blinding she receives, several times, I have told the tweeters responsible that they are out of line. Continue reading
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Tagged £100 billion, boris johnson, Brexit, bullies, Corbyn, Corbynistas, Dominic Lawson, EU, Mrs. May, PM, Robert Peston, student fees, Theresa May, Thuglike bullies
There is fury throughout London at the latest terror attack, and huge admiration for the lightning and heroic response from the Met. Boris Johnson does not believe that Jeremy Corbyn is capable of defending us from terror. So let’s look at Corbyn’s record.Jeremy Corbyn.
Corbyn has refused to back terror measures or measures against radicalisation 56 times. He calls Hezbollah his friends. He wanted the IRA to win. Continue reading
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Tagged boris johnson, Corbyn, Diane Abbott, Hezbollah, IRA, Jeremy Corbyn, London, MI5, MI6, Palestinian terrorist, police on the streets, radicalisation, student fees, terror attack, terror measures, the Met., Trident
Fifteen thousand students and lecturers marched through London in protest at the huge cost of student fees today, and who can blame them? Free in Scotland, only £3,000 in Wales, students in England have massive debt hung round their necks, and only one party is to blame, the Lib Dems. In the book Call Me Dave by Lord Ashcroft and Isabel Oakshotte, it turns out that Cameron and Osbo gave Nick Clegg the chance not once, but several times to honour his promise to students that they would not have to pay £9,000 in student fees. They made it plain that the Tory Party was willing to think outside the box. Continue reading
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Tagged AV, Call Me Dave, Cameron, Cleggers, Isabel Oakeshott, Lib Dems, Lord Ashcroft, Nick Clegg, Osbo, Richmond Park, Scotland, Sheffield Forgemasters, student fees, Tory Party, Wales, Zac
Anyone who believes in Buddhism, Christianity, even astrology, knows that the longer we pursue an aim that is destructive and harmful to us, we more we will suffer. How much more pain and unpopularity will be heaped on Nick Clegg, how much more will he have to suffer before he finds the courage within himself to admit the unavoidable truth? It’s over.
In an article in the Saturday Daily Mail, Chief Political Commentator Patrick Flynn says just that. In an article headed Somebody should tell Nick Clegg that it’s all over, Patrick says: “….this week something changed. A tipping point was reached. It was demonstrated that Clegg is finished as a political salesman. His brand is trashed beyond repair. Any idea that comes with him attached has little chance of winning public support. In short, he has been rendered useless and will have to go.” Continue reading
In his Daily Telegraph article today, Boris gives a brilliant, subtle analysis of what is wrong with our education system at the moment, and as well as giving all sides of a very complicated problem, Boris being Boris, he also comes up with a fantastic solution.
Boris said: “Lord Browne, formerly of BP, is finally about to unveil his recommendations on university finance, and I predict the political equivalent of an undersea oil-rig blow-out. He will say that universities should be free to charge more for tuition fees – and there is going to be fury from Left and Right. Continue reading