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The state we are in

18 Nov

Wee Ginger Dug

There’s a lot of talk about what this election is about. It’s about Brexit. It’s about an independence referendum. It’s about protecting the NHS. It’s about poverty and inequality. It’s about holding power to account. It’s about the lies and deceit of Boris Johnson. It’s about austerity. It’s about access to affordable housing. The truth is that it is about all these things. This General Election is about the state we’re in. The state we’re in is a desperate state, a decrepit state, a declining state. The state we’re in is the disUnited Kingdom, dysfunctional, and disgraceful, unthinking dumb.

Walk along any high street, and you’re confronted by homeless people huddling in doorways, trying to find what little shelter they can. They’re in every town, in every main street. Many are young, some are disabled. We walk by, because not even the kindest and most generous amongst us can help…

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Mauled by a Lamb

18 Nov

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By Jason Michael

PRINCE ANDREW’S INTERVIEW with BBC Newsnight’s Emily Maitlis was, and I hate to admit it, electrifying viewing. Given that it has topped social media trends for two whole days, there is no denying the fact that this interview has really touched on a nerve right at the heart of British society. In the blue corner, the royal establishment, the Conservatives, and the monarchists are frothing at the mouth; it was a massive mistake, they are shouting, that he ever consented to give such an interview – and, yes, it was a mistake. In the red corner – where pretty much everyone else lives, the mood is a disturbing mixture of outrage and delight. Outrage that this is all about the trafficking and sexual exploitation and abuse of children, and delight that Andrew – the son of Mrs Saxe-Coburg und Gotha – has been caught coughing…

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List of UK Businesses backing Boris Johnson and the Tory Party – Only One Scottish enterprise in the first thirty- Now you know where not to spend your money

18 Nov


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Daily Telegraph 19 Oct 2019    Letters to the editor

SIR – We represent businesses, large and small, across the United Kingdom.

We have one simple message for the Prime Minister on Brexit: no more delay.

This rank uncertainty is crippling British business and it cannot continue.

Britain must leave the EU on October 31 – no ifs, no buts. An extension will see the final breakdown of trust in our political system.

The Conservative brand will be tarnished forever, and a resurgent Brexit Party will fight every seat in the country.

The result will be a hung Parliament, with more delay and uncertainty.

Britain has compromised repeatedly for more than two years.

If the EU rejects Boris Johnson’s latest proposal, he must call off negotiations immediately and walk away.

Our businesses are prepared for no deal. With the Government and Britain’s entrepreneurs working hand in glove, we can create a…

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