I give you Liz Truss apparently the next British Prime Minister

Never Trust A Tory

‘Police probe death threats to Portsmouth MP Penny Mordaunt ‘.

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British (prick) Prime Minister Boris Johnson

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The Tories Broke The Economy – Never Trust A Tory!

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It’s time cowardly Johnson was brought to book

He’s not the first stinker to be British prime minister but he’s the first to be publicly caught out, then press on refusing to answer any accusations 

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ON MONDAY Boris Johnson told Britain it is “a moral duty” to reopen schools. Given his record you could be forgiven for thinking you had misread his injunction and it should have read “amoral”. In his case “amoral” is more appropriate.

It must be the first time he has used the word “moral”. He’s the last person to tell people what their moral duty is. His attempt to stand on the high ‘moral’ ground produced sniggers. Last year Dorothy Byrne, head of Channel 4 News, in a speech at the Edinburgh Festival, asked: “What do we [in news] do when a known liar becomes prime minister?” In the course of her speech she called him a “coward” for dodging interviews in the run-up to December’s general election. Other journalists have referred to Johnson’s record; leaving wives for younger women an fathering unspecified number of children, at least one of which he outrageously tried to deny in court.

Prime Minister of Great Britain Boris Johnson

Of course he’s not the first stinker to be British prime minister but he’s the first to be publicly caught out, then press on refusing to answer any accusations. The smell rising off his rotten government grows more rancid by the week. His appointment to the peerage of his brother and a Russian crony, son of a KGB man, who invites him to weekend parties produced a reaction between disbelief and contempt but Johnson’s not a pioneer in this matter. Lloyd George held the Lords in contempt – ‘500 people chosen from the ranks of the unemployed’, now 800 – and proceeded to sell peerages since his rival Asquith controlled Liberal party funds: a knighthood £10,000, a peerage £50,000, with Lloyd George and his agent Maundy Gregory creaming off a fortune. The result was the Honours (Prevention of Abuses) Act 1925. (It didn’t work). Lloyd George managed to keep the scandal quiet by giving hereditary peerages to the editors of all the main British papers.

The difference with Johnson is that he doesn’t even try to keep his activities secret. His colleagues have now begun to copy his tactics. Since this government took office, the list of grown exponentially, aided substantially by the government’s panic actions during the pandemic. Last week we discovered they had shelled out £152 million on masks that are no use to a company which never produced masks or any PPE; money down the drain, like Matt Hancock’s tracing app that never worked. Contracts worth millions have been handed out with no tendering process to friends of ministers and advisers, sometimes people with no business experience at all in the area they won the contract. Now there’s a proposal from ‘Honest Bob’ Jenrick which, according to experts, will wreck the planning process and produce a developers’ charter.

The Prime Minister of England Boris Johnson

By a strange coincidence developers have given the Tory party £11m since Johnson became prime minister last July. Much of the chicanery is being challenged by Jolyon Maugham QC through his Good Law project but that will take years to resolve. In the meantime Johnson and his Brexit government sail on invulnerable with their 80-seat majority. Which brings us back to Dorothy Byrne and her speech. Johnson cancelled interviews with Channel 4 News and ministers don’t appear. However, Byrne says: “If we don’t all agree that truth has a primacy in democratic debate, where do we end up?” That’s the nub of the matter. As Byrne says, no-one has told her that what she said wasn’t true but other editors don’t say it, maybe for fear of retribution. Again, Johnson and his government boycotted the BBC’s Today programme until the pandemic broke because they were asked hard questions. However, if you don’t disclose Johnson’s amoral behaviour, his lies, his cheating  with statistics, his cronyism, and instead treat him as a prime minister worthy of respect and deference, then you become an accomplice to his frauds and charlatanry.

With many thanks to the: The Irish News and Brian Feeney for the original story 

 

Never mind rape accusations – this Tory has been CONVICTED of distributing indecent child images | Vox Political

https://voxpoliticalonline.com/2020/08/03/never-mind-rape-accusations-this-tory-has-been-convicted-of-distributing-indecent-child-images/

Thousands of historic British government files censored…

https://www.dailymaverick.co.za/article/2020-07-25-thousands-of-historic-british-government-files-censored-after-independent-watchdog-approves-over-99-of-secrecy-requests/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

Panorama, Britain’s Coronaviris Gamble:

The Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the Tory government have been covering  up the danger of Coronaviris from the start

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Former NI secretary of state’s wife found dead in suspected suicide

Former NI Secretary of state for Owen Paterson with his wife Rose. Photo: PressEye

THE wife of Conservative former cabinet minister Owen Paterson has been found dead at their family home, the MP has said.

In a statement, Mr Paterson said the loss of his wife, Rose (63) had come as a “terrible shock” to the family. “It’s is with great sadness that I must inform you that my wife, Rose, has been found dead at our family home in Shropshire,” he said. “Rose and I were married for 40 happy years. She was a wonderful, caring wife, mother and grandmother. “Her death has come as a terrible shock to us all. I would ask the media to respect the privacy of myself and my family at this extremely difficult time.” 

Owen Paterson
Former NI secretary of state Owen Paterson

West Marcia Police said in a statement that her death was being treated as “unexplained” although it was not thought that any third party was involved. Police said her body was discovered in nearby woodland. “We can confirm the body of a women has been found in woodland near Pant Lane in Sodylt in Ellesmere,” the statement said. “The death is currently being treated as unexplained, however, at this stage there is believed to be no third party involvement.” Mrs Paterson, the daughter of fourth Viscount Ridley, was the chairman of Aintree Racecourse. The couple married in 1980 and had two sons and a daughter. Downing Street said that Boris Johnson had offered his condolences to Mr Paterson and his family. “The PM heard the news on Thursday morning and has written to Owen. “His thoughts and every sympathy are with Owen, his children and grandchildren at this difficult time,” a spokesman said.

With many thanks to: The Irish News for the original story 

 

Chlorinated chicken could be part of post-Brexit trade deal, US says

https://metro.co.uk/2020/01/30/chlorinated-chicken-menu-post-brexit-trade-deal-us-says-12156244/amp/?__twitter_impression=true

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(2)-: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/06/13/chlorinated-chicken-poultry-threat-to-us-uk-trade-deal-post-brexit.html

(3)-: https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/business-51054700

 

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