FOR HAVEN’S SAKE..
WHEN toy shops are stockpiling imported paddling pools and slides for the summer, surely no one can still believe the lie that leaving Europe would be child’s play.
Theresa May’s fatally flawed plan that will make Britain poorer and weaker deserves to be killed off tomorrow, when the PM will be rightly hammered in the House of Commons vote she never wanted.
Yet this is not the end of the beginning – never mind the beginning of the end – of a poisonous national crisis created by fibbers and fuelled by porkies. Truth is the first casualty when fanatical Brextremists invent myths to create a phony land at the centre of a new empire.
For all May’s plastic Churchillian rhetoric, she is a gutless appeaser.
The leader of the first Government in history to be found in contempt of Parliament has a cheek to be popping up in a factory in Stoke-on-Trent today to pose as the most unlikely champion of democracy. She deserves to be defeated and ousted for trying
BUNGLING Boris Johnson canoodling in Greece with a lover young enough to be his daughter is another nail in the serial liar’s political coffin. Tory MPs think the ageing bedhopper doing with her what he did to the country on Brexit shows jaundiced Johnson’s no longer serious about sleeping in No10. TAX dodgers, Russian oligarchs, corrupt dictators, criminal masterminds and assorted parasites will be toasting Theresa
May over a monstrous Conservative Government retreat.
Campaigning Rhondda MP Chris Bryant is bang on the money by denouncing a three-year delay until 2023 in requiring squalid tax havens, such as the British Virgin and Cayman Islands in the Caribbean, to publish public to appease Tory headbangers who continue to lie about Britain’s past, present and future.
May knows that reforming and remaining in Europe is the best deal, and nothing has changed when she refuses to declare publicly that she would vote to leave the EU in another referendum.
And even for an unprincipled Minister, cabinet incompetent Chris Grayling hit a new low by appeasing Far Right extremist thugs who are registers revealing who really owns offshore companies. Bending the knee to former British colonies serving the world’s dishonest elite will cost honest folk potentially billions around the globe, including here in the UK. The Foreign Office hoping nobody would notice it has caved in to these treasure islands, perhaps under pressure from well-heeled Conservative donors, is bad business as usual. manipulating Brexit as a vehicle for violent racism.
May is wasting her time if she believes that Labour collaborators will save her tomorrow, when no more than 10 opposition MPs are expected to back the May mess. Ingrained Eurosceptic Jeremy Corbyn vows to move fast after the Prime Minister’s defeat to table a formal no-confidence motion in the Tories.
Yet the Labour leader will face intensive party pressure to support calls for a people’s vote if, as they will, the Tories resist the general election they would lose. Labour is split too, as meetings of Corbyn’s team last week underlined – with Shadow Brexit Secretary Keir Starmer heading calls for a referendum, and party chair Ian Lavery leading the resistance. Admittedly, there is no easy way forward from a hazy verdict achieved by deceit and illegality in a previous Parliament’s dishonest referendum. But 100 container-loads of toys put aside by The Entertainer chain tell us Brexit isn’t fun and games.
Commons speaker John Bercow asserting Parliamentary sovereignty to enable MPs to take back from May control of Brexit.