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Seven lies on Sunday: why the "you should've known" defence against 1950s-born female retirees is a malignant myth

George Osborne, Tory Party Conference, 2009

There is nothing governments would like better than a failsafe electronic system of airbrushing away promises made in order to obtain the unaccountable power they crave. 1,190 more words

Prime Minister Theresa May: No big surprise

In May 2010 Theresa May came in as our new Home Secretary following David Cameron’s victory at the polls.

I was surprised at May’s appointment given that when the Tories was in opposition it was Chris Grayling who shadowed Home Office issues. 445 more words

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FACT: If the UK doesn't have a signed deal by April 2017, Brexit is in grave danger

AFTER READING THIS, EVERYONE SHOULD SEE THE REAL DEADLINE AS MARCH 31st 2017

The Slog spent most of yesterday trying to separate fact from fiction on the subject of realising Brexit from the EU.My conclusion is that it is meant to work for the Fatties from Brussels, Frankfurt and NATO….but not for We The People….and the so-called leaders of Brexit are collaborating in an attempt to hide a crucial deadline. 1,091 more words

VICTORY: But we won the first battle, not the war

 

CAMERON QUITS AS CORBYN FACES ALL-OUT REBELLION: THE ESTABLISHMENT IS ALREADY FIGHTING BACK

The man who 72 hours ago said he had no plans to resign in the event of a Leave victory had his plans redrawn for him overnight. 1,011 more words

Brexit or Remain - Don't Panic!

Remain for me.

Not an easy decision despite Cameron’s lackluster campaign.

David Cameron’s”we’re all doomed” led Remain campaign, should have emphasised that the UK will survive whether in or out of the EU; but would benefit and influence far more if we remain part of the EU. 562 more words

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Remaindeers offer you a fog of fear. Leavers offer an avalanche of facts

THE FACTS ON THE EU ARE BEING SUBMERGED BECAUSE THE EU IS SINKING

Apart from the fact that it’s much nicer on every dimension to live in agrarian France, those still convinced they want to stay in the EU should be aware of the fact that an informal (but nevertheless very real) self-censorship by the pro-EU media right across Europe is attempting to paint a ludicrously rosey picture of the eurozone in other places where things are, shall we say, somewhat more tense. 1,009 more words

The John Whittingdale revelations make David Cameron look a lame duck | Voices | The Independent

After starring over five hugely entertaining Sunday newspaper pages, John Whittingdale is on the verge of a sound thrashing. And to any of you tempted to mutter “Nothing new there, then”, I say only this.  16 more words

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