Category Archives: politics

UK Poverty

Fifth of UK population now in poverty. A report by the Independent. My thoughts? The report is good if  too brief and doesn’t even scratch the tip of the poverty iceberg. As everyone knows, the tip ain’t half as dangerous … Continue reading

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Military Chiefs are looking into it?

Military chiefs launch urgent investigation after two war veterans from same unit kill themselves just days apart. They can look as hard as they like but once they reach “chief” status, most probably haven’t got a clue about real life … Continue reading

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Tainted Evidence

Ex-Trump national security adviser Michael Flynn pleads guilty after lying to FBI. And then if by magic:- Michael Flynn ‘willing to testify’ against Trump as part of plea deal. The Anti-Trump brigade will be dancing round their desks in delight, … Continue reading

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Damian Green Scandal

David Davis has threatened to resign as Brexit Secretary if Damian Green is sacked over allegations by a former detective that he viewed “thousands” of pornographic images on work computers. I’ve absolutely no problem with that. This is the classic … Continue reading

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An Arrest With A Sting.

Warning, non PC post. I’m not one for refugees as regular readers will know but this one needs a bit of thought. A woman, who was in her 20s and five months pregnant at the time of her arrest, attended … Continue reading

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Checks and Balances

Following growing expectations of an imminent breakthrough in the Brexit negotiations, the Prime Minister rejected suggestions that the Government was poised to pay an exit fee of up to £50billion. She said she was “still in negotiations” with Brussels and … Continue reading

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Guardian and Brexit.

They write:- Brexit talks: for all Britain’s bluster, the EU has it over a barrel. Brussels no longer pretends it is in ‘negotiations’ with the UK – [Theresa] May must either meet its demands or walk off a cliff.  A … Continue reading

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