Labour’s Jeremy Corbyn, his cronies, his fellow travellers ’say’ they love Britain – their disgraceful actions ‘show’ they love Russia more?

      It is a truism that the Labour’s hard-left [i.e. those now in control of the party] are like dinosaurs living in the past – they still think that Russia is an ideological socialist haven to be admired and a country that would help them seize power in the United Kingdom, so it could […]

‘Theresa May’ (British Prime Minister) identified & blamed RUSSIA for the nerve-agent attack in England, as did ‘Donald Trump’ (President of United States), ‘Justin Trudeau’ (Prime Minister of Canada), ‘Emanuel Macron’ (President of France), ‘Angela Merkel’ (Chancellor of Germany) – but certainly NOT ‘Jeremy Corbyn’ (Leader of the Opposition & British Labour Party)?

  Many of us watching or listening to events in the British Parliament yesterday did so with ‘open mouths’ when Jeremy Corbyn responded on behalf of the Opposition to Prime Minister Theresa May’s compelling statement about the disgraceful, unprecedented, irresponsible, brazen, nerve agent attack on people in Salisbury. We had all fully expected him to […]

Attempted assassination in rural England of two people of ‘Russian birth’ [but one a “British Citizen”] by as yet unidentified responsible perpetrators, but who here is part accountable – ‘Theresa May’?

   British people can be somewhat old-fashioned perhaps, but nevertheless we all are rightfully shocked that in 2018 a foreign country has the audacity to set out to assassinate a ‘targeted’ British Citizen on our soil, murder his daughter, kill a hero police officer, and moreover in the process endanger the lives of countless unsuspecting […]

The Osborne Budget 2015 an amazing ‘fireworks display’ – or a ‘damp squib’?

  Well, well, well, George Osborne presented his last Budget of this Parliament. like a magician in a black cloak, pulled comatose rabbit after rabbit out of a top hat to the tumultuous applause of his Conservative parliamentary honourable friends (MPs) – mind you they would have cheered if he had announced that they were […]

The Budget TOMORROW – what can you expect then ?

With most Budgets everyone in the UK is in a state of panic to second-guess the Chancellor’s intentions, aren’t they? The worry for most of us consumers in the population was that he (there have been no she’s) would tax or increase tax on something important to us – should we rush to the off-licence […]

George Osborne’s Budget March 2015 – his last or not?

  On next Wednesday, Chancellor Osborne will rise and stand at the House of Commons Despatch Box to deliver his next budget speech – but will it lead to his dispatch from the job, you might be thinking? You see, this budget is the last chance for the Conservatives to attract and bribe voters with […]

Our Society is increasing under threat of extinction – but ‘Civil Liberties’ are more important?

When the Coalition Government came to power, well over four years ago, they started dismantling some of our protection against the terrorist enemies in our midst (some home-grown). Whether or not that was down to the misplaced ‘do-gooder’ influence of the LibDems, goodness knows. How things change, eh? The Home Secretary Theresa May has just […]

UKIP take ‘Rochester’ – a mould breaking by-election triumph?

RESULT 04.15 hrs It may well have been soundly predicted by the polls, but nevertheless it was an amazing event TODAY for Mark Reckless to become UKIP’s ‘second’ Member of Parliament, wasn’t it? Rochester had been in a Conservative strong area for some thirty years and with the new boundaries had a massive Tory majority […]

The Rochester by-election is upon us this week – but WHAT will be the consequences?

It is being said that Tory leader David Cameron could be facing rebellious unrest from his backbench MPs next Friday when the Conservatives lose the Rochester & Stroud by-election (as they surely will). It is true that he set his stall out to win this by-election at all costs, so the result will certainly dent […]

The ‘next’ Prime Minister of Britain – ‘Cameron’, ‘Miliband,’ or ‘Someone-Else’?

Next May the public will have their say again, and a General Election will determine who governs the United Kingdom for a while – whether it will be for a full five years is in the melting pot, don’t you think? The two main political parties, Conservatives and Labour are both in the doldrums with […]