Tag Archives: Donald Trump

Western Democrats act in a manner that is deeply embarrassing


The UK news over the last few days understandably is focused on our appalling chaos in the House of Commons over a public vote that took place 30 months ago involving 33.6m people which was called for and prepared amongst … Continue reading

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A gentle suggestion for Donald


According to the press and his tweets, Donald Trump has had a frustrating end to 2018 and beginning of 2019, expressing deep anger towards his political opponents over their failure to support his wall separating North America from South America. … Continue reading

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Three powerful Ministers speaking nonsense


Over the last few days there have been a series of concerning statements from several senior Government Ministers that relate to our departure from the European Union. They have emerged at the same time as Donald Trump was broadcast getting … Continue reading

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Collusion – is not illegal?


The news that something which is clearly not morally acceptable may not be illegal according to the lawyer for the President of the USA raises several matters. How much collusion went on whilst he was Mayor of New York from … Continue reading

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A short list of very limited priorities


In the light of the NATO summit which Trump and May have just attended it is perhaps understandable that they are going to extend the focus of that event on the Armed Forces by spending time visiting a secret place … Continue reading

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Democratic Accountability is in short supply


This appears in my column in todays Argus was written before the resignations of Davis, Baker and Braverman from the Cabinet. Their departure along with the need for McVey and Grayling to go and the prospect of Johnson leaving must … Continue reading

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Tebbit prepares the ground for protests against Trump


It was hardly a shock when Norman Tebbit decided to use his privilege as a member of the House of Lords to ask a question about the recent protest against the way in which the Government has handled the outcome … Continue reading

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