Monthly Archives: June 2016

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2016

I am pleased to see three political ex-colleagues in the Birthday Honours this time and send them hearty congratulations. Cllr Gerald Vernon-Jackson has been appointed a Commander of the British Empire.  He is the Liberal leader of Portsmouth City Council … Continue reading

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ITV Debate tonight

What a depressing experience to see Amber Rudd – apparently a Conservative MP and minister – alongside the dreadful Eagles woman who read her script badly throughout the ITV debate and spent her time attacking Boris and trawling socialist policies and Lady Macbeth … Continue reading

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Here we EU-go again

Today we have John Major and Tony Blair pressing us to vote REMAIN.  What a surprise!  Major suffered years of intolerable behaviour within his Party over the EU question and has the bruises in his psyche today while Blair was willing to … Continue reading

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What price dress equality?

I have a question for the equality brigade of which I am proud not to be a member. In my travels around London as well as Oxfordshire, it is clear to me that ladies of all ages take a greater … Continue reading

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A message for Cameron

There are times when you stand by your friends, right or wrong and there are times when you leave them standing on the precipice. Today is the latter.  Britain – with a “t” in the middle – is certainly not … Continue reading

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The great EU debate failure

Having watched Farage and Cameron tonight on ITV, I continue to be utterly frustrated at the repeated failure in debate after debate to look at the longer term in scrutinising the European Union.  Cameron and Osborne keep on quoting the … Continue reading

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Cameron with the enemy

I have to say that I find the sight of  David Cameron cavorting with his political enemies in support of the Remain campaign absolutely appalling.  I have not felt I had a Member of Parliament since May 2015 and now I … Continue reading

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