Tag Archives: Boris Johnson

Did Johnson win or lose yesterday?

It’s been interesting to see that the Tory Party have come out of the No Confidence vote today as divided as they went into it. The pro-Johnson people (211) are saying it was a good win. The anti-Johnson people (148) … Continue reading

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Tory callousness and Covid lies exposed by High Court decision

Less than half a mile from where I live there is a very good nursing home for people, mostly elderly, with severe dementia problems. It is well regarded by families, the community and the medical profession. It’s where I will … Continue reading

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Putin – is just a weak but dangerous ‘willy waver’

Unusually and for the first time ever I will be joining two discussions in International Women’s Day about the dangers that men cause to women. That has made me think more than I ever have before (I am ashamed to … Continue reading

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The Tories may have an accidental vote of confidence on Johnson!?

In the surreal world which is the Tory Party there are so many twists and turns coming into play that its difficult to see the end game. The latest suggestion is that there may be a ‘no confidence vote’ called … Continue reading

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Polly Toynbee gets it right over cleaning up political sleeze

Cleaning up politics is a stunningly simple task, glaringly obvious to anyone – except those 250 Tory MPs who voted last week to protect their own. What we need to do is take all the money out of Westminster and let parliamentarians … Continue reading

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French/EU dispute all seems a bit fishy to me!

We woke up this morning to the news that the UK is ready to kick off a legal fight with France, and possibly the EU, in the clash over Channel fishing rights as early as next week, according to reports from Boris Johnson. … Continue reading

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Thanks Tories. Now we’re all in the S.H.I.T.

One of the consequences that we warned against during the referendum was that one of the consequences of Brexit would be the whittling away of environmental standards which had emanated from the EU. These were not imposed on us by … Continue reading

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Tory blunders cost tens of thousands of lives

The British government waited too long to impose a lockdown in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic, missing a chance to contain the disease and leading to thousands of unnecessary deaths, a parliamentary report has concluded. The 150-page report … Continue reading

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Bungling Boris Botches Health & Care Reforms

In face of long-term funding and other issues in Health & Social Care Bungling Boris has managed to try and get the money from the wrong place for the wrong reasons. He appears to be making no intelligent attempt to … Continue reading

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WE MUST SORT OUT SOCIAL CARE FUNDING

Do you remember how, during the 2019 General Election PM Johnson lied to us? Of course you do, but the lie that I am particularly referring to is the one about social care. He told us that he had proposals … Continue reading

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