Sunday, 28 September 2008
"McCain is in trouble. He has started to pull undignified stunts, such as appearing on a segment of a popular cookery show stirring a pan of sauce and wearing an apron demanding you "Kiss the Candidate" (he reportedly spent $5,000 on a professional make-up artist to put his slap on)"
Monday, 22 September 2008
"The Harry Potter author - a close friend of Gordon Brown and his wife Sarah - claimed the Tories would leave 'poor and vulnerable' families worse off."
"Tory MP Ann Widdecombe, was one of those unimpressed. She said: 'JK Rowling has written so much fantasy it has entered her brain.
'She might as well have given the money to Lord Voldemort.
'At least the Prime Minister won't have to use the money to buy an invisibility cloak. He has already got one.' "
Comment - The money would have a better use if it went to a children's charity, not down the drain.
Saturday, 13 September 2008
"Gordon Brown has sacked the Labour Party's vice-chairman amid a growing revolt from Labour MPs who want to force a leadership election."
Monday, 8 September 2008
"..The new group’s Co-Chairmen are the former Labour and Conservative Ministers Frank Field MP and Nicholas Soames MP. This will be the first time in British political history that people from the two main political parties have come together to tackle this immensely sensitive and difficult issue."
Comment - Blair/Brown govt. is useless, thank goodness for someone having the guts to sort this mess out, 83 percent of the UK population want immigration controls.
Sunday, 7 September 2008
"Labour maverick Frank Field has joined forces with senior Tories to call for a cap on the number of immigrants who settle permanently in Britain.
The cap is expected to be the centrepiece of a report being published tomorrow at the launch of a new cross-party parliamentary group on balanced migration."
Wednesday, 3 September 2008
"The Government is considering using the electoral roll to set charges for drivers, which could be as much as £1.30 a mile."
"Trials of the "pay as you drive" system are due to get under way in 2010 and the details, including using the electoral roll, are set out in a consultation document sent out to those firms tendering for the contracts. "
Comment - can our Government, if you can call them that, sink any lower ?.
Just does what it says on the tin. Makes you proud to be British.
Roll on the next General Election.
Tuesday, 2 September 2008
The Government is now making it up as it goes along
"...The measures are not enough to ‘rescue' the housing market but will put another hole in Britain's economic reputation because the government now appears to be making it up as it goes along."
Gordon Browns cunning plan unravels?
"At the morning Lobby briefing, No. 10 has just been asked how the Government will find the £600 million needed to fund the tax cut. The answer, in summary: "Er, we dunno."