Tag Archives: Boris Johnson

Kakistocracy: “Government by the worst people.”


If we were watching a satirical TV series in which the President of the USA re-tweeted deeply offensive messages without checking their veracity or source, the ability to switch off the screen or choose a different programme might make the … Continue reading

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Political incorrectness gone mad!


This report regarding the words of Boris Johnson at a dinner with Spanish businesses and politicians in Bath on 4th November must surely be the straw that will break the back of not just this Governments Camel, but also the … Continue reading

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Lets change the political approach


As far as the political world is concerned it feels like an enormous amount of change has occurred since Theresa May shook hands with Arlene Foster and slipped an IOU for £1Bn into the palm of her hand on 26th … Continue reading

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Political destruction by 1000 ‘resignations’


The inability by members of the Conservative Party to understand the seriousness of their failure as a Government as a whole is deeply concerning. As these two tweets indicate the Foreign Secretary believes Ministers should be free to jettison the … Continue reading

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We need politicians who understand history


I confess I was confused regarding the venue for Theresa May’s speech until I read the transcript, and then I became even more confused. She began: It’s good to be here in this great city of Florence today at a critical … Continue reading

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The difficulty of advising arrogant people


In the world of politics making friends must be tough, bearing in mind that so much of what is said and done happens under the spotlight of the press. However even so it is often surprising when such people take … Continue reading

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What to do with £140m of public money


The way in which we spend public money or rather how it is spent on our behalf varies wildly depending on ones point of view. This weekend Boris Johnson has written a piece in the Telegraph, once again promoting the … Continue reading

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