Tag Archives: Theresa May

Let’s steal private property says Labour leader Corbyn

There is an outpouring of sympathy for the victims of Grenfell Tower, but sadly, Jeremy Corbyn went completely over the top.   It is one thing for the wacko great grandpops to come over all cuddly and harmless, it is quite another to urge people to break the law.

A typical Corbyn supporter

The answer to finding housing for desperate victims of the tragedy is to take over empty flats said the wacko Labour leader.  It is true that there are empty flats in Kensington, but commandeering private property is theft.  Encouraging people to steal is not appropriate behaviour for a party leader.  The appalling thing is he clearly meant it. Continue reading

At NATO, Donald Trump separates the men from the boys

The NATO meeting today, headed by President Donald Trump, was also attended by Theresa May, Boris Johnson and Michael Fallon and at last the vile EU chiefs found out exactly what they are up against. 

The President drilled Donald Tusk with a terrifying,  icy gaze, and crushed the hand of Emmanuel Macron so forcefully that the French President nearly screamed with pain.  As shown on Fox News, the US President then draped his arm round the shoulder of Boris Johnson, and engaged him in warm conversation, exuding charm.  It was epic. Continue reading

Brand May is like an Elvis impersonator – and not very good one at that

The Tories are the only party worth voting for and they are bound to win – but Theresa May is the weakest link.  She is a hard Remoaner but has nicked Brexit’s beliefs to persuade us she is caring and for the people.  I don’t believe a word of it.

Before she became Prime Minister, Peter Oborne described May as “an empty politician without beliefs.”  He said she always put politics before principle. 

The way she handled the child abuse inquiry proved he was right.  May delayed and delayed the child abuse inquiry, until it never happened – campaigners and child abuse councillors lost faith that it ever would happen. Two members of her  panel also sent bullying, abusive letters to some alleged victims, and were ordered to stand down. Continue reading

Breaking: PM May investigated by the Cabinet Office for conflict of interest

Theresa May, leader of the Tory party is being investigated by the Cabinet Office for conflict of interest.  Her husband Phil is a hedge fund manager.Sources say the Cabinet Office Propriety and Ethics Team have launched an inquiry into whether there is a conflict of interest between Theresa May and her husband, Philip, over his job at the Capital Group, which makes millions of pounds in market sensitive information, including from Brexit. Continue reading

Black cab drivers would spit on the grave of George Osborne, Sarah Sands

Ex Standard Editor Sarah Sands writes in the paper that black cab drivers find Theresa May sexy.  A London MP gloats that to BC drivers,  the PM is a heroine to cabbies.   Not for much longer matey!Black cab drivers are incredibly quick on the uptake.  Already the word is getting around, that far from being for Brexit, as most black cab drivers are, May is a Remainer, who is desperate for things to stay the same.  Continue reading

May isn’t clean Brexit. She is hard Remain.

There is no doubt whatsoever that Theresa May will win the next general election.  To be honest,   it shouldn’t be called an election.   Walkover, done deal, absolute certainty are the words that spring to mind. 

As a life long Tory, I should be glad, but for the dishonesty of the present leader.  Whatever I say will not prevent a Tory win, so these are my concerns. Continue reading

May won’t say what she stands for, won’t debate and avoids all scrutiny

Although Theresa May claims to be “protecting Brexit”,  the strategy of rushing through a snap election should give Brexit voters huge cause for alarm.  She is duplicating the strategy of Harold Wilson in 1975.

Ted Heath rushed us illegally into the EU in 1972, by not calling a Referendum.  Three years later, Harold Wilson apparently set this right, but he turned the Ref. into a vote of confidence for the government  which, like May, he knew he would win.  He then took advantage of the innocent public by binding us further into the EU. Continue reading