Monthly Archives: June 2016

Nonentities replaced by nonentities

I read the Daily Telegraph every day on my iPad; usually at lunch time when enjoying a pint in one of my locals.    I was fascinated today (27-Jun-16) to learn the names of shadow cabinet members who had been fired or … Continue reading

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Where is the urgency?

I am relieved to hear that the 1922 Committee has set a deadline for electing a new Party Leader at 2 September, bringing forward David Cameron’s proposed date of 2 October but I don’t think it is good enough.  We … Continue reading

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We get our country back

Listening to the referendum programme on BBC TV was an interesting experience overnight.  The graphics were good and gripping but, as the night advanced and the results tumbled in, I could sense an unease from the broadcasters.  They could see … Continue reading

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Thursday 23 June is Decision Day

I hope you will vote LEAVE on Thursday 23 June to get back control of our country, to grow jobs, to control immigration to a manageable level, to make the country safer, to support the NHS and our schools and … Continue reading

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Brexit nonsense

I enjoy alliterations so was tempted to title this as Brexit plus a word rhyming with pollocks but thought I should desist.  However, hearing tonight’s news asking if ATM machines will cope on Friday if there is a Brexit vote … Continue reading

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Taking back control

Fascinating to view the final debate on the EU referendum. I will take the Remain group first: The TUC woman was absolutely pathetic.  Emotionally out of control and clearly promoting socialism and a return to the bad old days of … Continue reading

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Are there two Faisal Islam’s?

Last week, I watched a very aggressive journalist named Faisal Islam interview Michael Gove on Sky TV.  He interrupted constantly, wagging his figure and was clearly highly animated.  Tonight, I watched a journalist also called Faisal Islam interview the Labour … Continue reading

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