Austerity? Don’t make me laugh!

The myth of austerity means that the Left is howling for an end to cuts that never went far enough

By Peter Oborne

24 June 2017

After her shattering disappointment in the General Election, Mrs May is no longer the all-powerful figure we saw in the first six months of her premiership.

Nevertheless, her prospects for survival have greatly improved. Wednesday’s Queen’s Speech was not the unmitigated disaster some have claimed. For one thing, it contains eight Bills designed to put Britain firmly on the road to Brexit.

Some …

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On leadership

A leader is best when people barely know that he exists, not so good when people obey and acclaim him, worst when they despise him. Fail to honour people, they fail to honour you. But of a good leader, who talks little, when his work is done, his aims fulfilled, they will all say, “We did this ourselves.”

Lao Tze

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Immigrants rehoused in luxury while ex-servicemen homeless

Amnesty for Illegal Immigrants Displaced by Grenfell Fire Whilst 7,000 Veterans Remain Homeless

by CHRIS TOMLINSON

21 Jun 2017

The Home Office and police have made a promise of amnesty to illegal immigrants who resided in the Grenfell Tower if they come forward to police. Many residents may also be given luxury flats – whilst 7,000 UK veterans remain homeless.

The pledge of amnesty was made by the Home Office this week as many have expressed concern that illegal immigrants living in the tower block may be afraid …

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Britain’s armed forces are OURS not the EU’s!

PM TO AGREE TO LAUNCH OF PERMANENT EU DEFENCE STRUCTURE?

Defence is first agenda item in today’s EU Summit in Brussels

New ‘European Defence Fund’ set to rise to €1.5 billion per year

The Prime Minister goes to Brussels this afternoon for the start of the 2-day EU Summit of leaders of the 28 EU countries. The first item on the agenda is defence and security.

EUROPEAN DEFENCE FUND

Two weeks ago the EU launched the ‘European Defence Fund’, with the full knowledge and agreement of the British government. As …

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The perversity extremists

CAMERON’S HOMOSEXUAL ‘MARRIAGE’ ENVOY APPOINTED AS MAY’S CHIEF OF STAFF AND OTHER NEWS

Dear Marriage supporter

The Prime Minister’s new Chief of Staff, Gavin Barwell, is a leading advocate for same-sex ‘marriage’.

Barwell, who lost his Commons seat in the election [Hurrah!], was David Cameron’s homosexual marriage envoy during the debates on [purportedly] redefining marriage. He played a key role in drumming up the support of his fellow Tory MPs to back the law (though we should remember that 136 Conservatives voted against redefining marriage at Second Reading, …

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We hold all the aces in this negotiation

Once we leave the customs union and inaccurately named single market that does not include services – the major part of the UK economy – and regain control of our borders and laws, hard Brexit, real Brexit, will have been realized.

We should not pay a plugged euro for the privilege of tariff free trade with the EU27. We do not need to. We can trade with them in accordance with WTO rules, just as the rest of the world does and without paying for …

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Cordelia May and Grief Thief Corbyn

The regrettable death and injury suffered by many residents of Grenfell Tower last week has drawn attention to unacceptable and perhaps criminal practices on the part of Lib-Lab-Con controlled local authorities, which own or manage such residential tower blocks.

A public inquiry into the causes of the disaster has been announced by the government. Doubtless, as is the way of such processes, it will take minutes and waste years.

Mrs May has been criticized in certain quarters for showing insufficient emotion, rather as the Queen was slated …

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The sleeping giant wakes

BBC bigotry flouts royal charter

TELL THE BBC TO STOP BASHING THE DUP FOR BEING SOCIALLY CONSERVATIVE

Dear Marriage supporter

The BBC and other media have been vilifying the DUP over the past few days for believing in traditional marriage.

This follows last week’s election outcome which is likely to see the Democratic Unionist Party (the largest party in Northern Ireland) give support to the minority Conservative Government.

There has been a sustained attack on DUP MPs simply because they are socially conservative. Two issues are always quoted – their opposition to same-sex ‘marriage’ …

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Jean-Claude Lügner

EU’S CLAIMS ABOUT UK ELECTION AND BREXIT DELAYS

10 June, 2017

EU blames UK for delays despite being to blame itself

What is the truth about the delayed start of Brexit negotiations?

EU Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker speaking in Prague yesterday:

“I do strongly hope that Britain will stay ready to open negotiations. As far as the Commission is concerned, we can open negotiations tomorrow morning at 09:30. So we are waiting for visitors coming from London.

I hope that we will not experience a further delay in the conclusion of …

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