In a timely and terrific boost for Brexit, a deal is imminent that would mean almost immediate pay increases for NHS workers across the board. The deal is for a stonking 4 billion, payable over 3 years, reported the BBC.
The BBC said: “More than a million NHS staff, including nurses, porters and paramedics, can expect pay increases of at least 6.5% over three years, the BBC understands. Continue reading
May threw money at Facebook for ads. during the recent ill fated GE campaign. Both May and Jeremy Corbyn paid millions to Facebook and Google at last year’s snap election despite both vowing to clampdown on the offshore social media giants.
The Conservatives spent more than four times as much as Labour did on Facebook ads racking up a £2 million bill compared to £577,000 on the controversial social network when fighting the last general election. Continue reading
The West has let Putin get away with bad behaviour for way too long. On Friday, it was revealed that 131 people might have been exposed to Novichok nerve gas. Boris Johnson explains below why we have to stand up to bullies like the Russians.
In a Sun exclusive, Boris wrote: On Friday it emerged that 131 innocent people may have been exposed to the Novichok nerve agent. Continue reading
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Tagged Assad, Boris, bullies, Bundestag, Chemical weapons, Crimea, cyber attacks, Estonia, European elections, Kremlin, Labour MPs, Macron, Merkel, Nato, nerve gas, Novichok, Putin, Russia, Sergei Skripal, the Sun, The West, Trump, Ukraine
At one stage it looked so bad for Brexit last week, rep0rts The Sun, Boris Johnson thought the only thing he could do was make a principled stand and quit! A row with Greg Clark, who warned that there were hundreds of thousands of jobs at risk if Britain diverged too much from EU rules in the automotive sector, was a sticking point for Boris.
He argues Britain must have the freedom to go it alone and break free, being more innovative and striking new trade deals after we’re officially out. But it was tough. Things got so bad at one stage, Boris nearly walked. Continue reading
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Tagged automotive sector, Boris, boris johnson, Brexit, Brexit rebels, Chequers, Customs union, Greg Clarke, Ian Duncan Smith, Nickie Morgan, Philip Hammond, the Sun, vote of confidence
Was Corbyn a Russian asset? Czech handler spills the beans, reports the Sun! Check out link, in blue, the Sun has found a copy of Jezza’s pay slip.
City AM came out strongly in support of Boris Johnson’s Valentine Day speech. They loved the positive message and his enthusiastic entrepreneurial attitude that Brexit would provide a ton of opportunities that it would be madness not to take advantage of. Think of global standards, urges Boris, not EU ones.
In another article supporting Boris’s Brexit crusade, City AM applauds his pro growth strategy. Continue reading
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Tagged Asa Briggs, Boris, Brexit, City AM, Daily Telegraph, EU fanatics, global standards, Peter Oborne, pro growth strategy, Remoaners, Rod Liddle, the City, the Sun, Valentine Day's speech
A leader in The Sun has really let the cat out of the bag. Apparently when Boris Johnson was slated for saying that the EU was all about forming a militant superstate he was bang on the nail.
The Sun says: We always said a vote to stay in the EU would not keep the status quo. That Brussels would grab more power and engulf us. Continue reading