Ditch the ad­vis­ers

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AF­TER watch­ing C4s Dis­patches pro­gramme: Pup­pet mas­ters, who re­ally runs the coun­try ?

I’ve seen the rea­son why Bri­tish pol­i­tics is in such a state, Do­minic Cum­mings, Boris John­son’s top ad­viser.

He dis­agrees with ev­ery­thing the Tory party stands for. He isn’t even a party mem­ber. Then in Jeremy Cor­byn’s camp you have Sea­mus Milne, some­one who dis­agrees with most of Jeremy’s poli­cies.

Maybe it’s about time politi­cians stopped lis­ten­ing to ad­vis­ers and started run­ning the coun­try by them­selves.

Ei­ther that or they should hire the op­po­si­tion party’s ad­vi­sors – the ones that ac­tu­ally AGREE with their poli­cies and seem to have the power over politi­cians to im­ple­ment them.

Richard Low, Twechar

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