Purveyor of Bollocks to the Crowned Heads of Europe
Monday, 10 February 2020
Be proud of your country
Boris Johnson now thinks he has the mandate to do whatever he bloody well likes. If it isn't grand projects with his name written all over them, it is fulfilling his promises to the businesses made before the crucial election. The Labour Party have a lot to answer for.
HS2. Hundreds of miles of ancient countryside and woodland to be torn up rather than spend a fraction of the £106 billion (and the rest) on improvements to existing services.
Still sending 'back' the Windrush generation and their children, even today. Correction: They are sending back men who were born in the West Indies, some of whom came here as children with their parents, if they have been convicted of a criminal offence. Their children and wives are at liberty to stay here. It's a bit like Castro sending his criminals to the USA.
A bridge between Northern Ireland and Scotland. You couldn't make this up and be taken seriously.
Hua Wei. The are European countries who could have fulfilled this order perfectly, so why did he go to China? That is going to help the vital trade negotiations with Europe, isn't it?
The long-term energy production projects, which favour European (French, to be precise) private companies over home-grown, green and sensible schemes such as tidal lagoons in areas of untapped, natural potential like the Severn Estuary.
Of course, I could go on, and I am sure that some of the 52% of you who voted him and Dominic Cummings in for fear of losing all that you have spent much of your lives accumulating to enjoy a comfortable old age will do.
Don't worry darlings, those horrid Socialists won't be able to get their hands on your savings before you kick the bucket, but I still wouldn't relax right now. Their short-term fixes have long-term repercussions.
Oh, and get ready for another massive rise in food prices because of delays at ports caused by Brexit. Having said everything will go very smoothly, Gove is now castigating transport companies for not doing enough to prepare for the inevitable hold-ups.