Tag Archives: Jeremy Corbyn

72 Days

  When lost in a never ending storm it is always worth stating known facts rather than speculation based on speculation when trying to navigate your way out of the maelstrom .   So before I start to speculate these are … Continue reading

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77 Days

A new day and a new bit of nonsense – Jeremy Corbyn has decided he is the leader of the Remain side in the House of Commons – he wants to be their Prime Minister and is willing to lead … Continue reading

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78 Days

There is one aspect of the Leave case that the Remain side doesn’t have an answer to – legitimacy.   They may bang on about Russian interference, lies on the side of buses or xenophobia but the Leave side won the … Continue reading

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93 Days

  Yesterday saw Boris uniting the Union of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Scotland.  He did this by being booed in Edinburgh and then hiding away in a nuclear submarine. As for his principle opponent (probably) Jeremy Corbyn is … Continue reading

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97 Days

After the dust has started to settle just a little from the shock of a Boris Johnson Premiership what are the first trends that are starting to appear?   The first and probably only trend is that this is a Government … Continue reading

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I do hope Boris can count…..

‘Tis the seasons for all things silly so I guess that may well be one of the reasons that we are likely to get Boris Johnson as the next Prime Minister.   The Conservative press seem to be getting all excited … Continue reading

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When is an unfunded spending promise good?…

It seems that the two contenders to become the next Tory leader have decided that Jeremy Corbyn was right along – the austerity cuts went too far and it is now time to splash the cash.   Or did I miss … Continue reading

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