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Boris ‘Trilby’ Johnson Without His Svengali
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Boris ‘Trilby’ Johnson Without His Svengali
January 16, 2021

In the two months since Cummings exited 10 Downing Street with his famous cardboard box of vital data in his hands, Britain has gone down the toilet.

Brexit Was Johnson’s Churchillian Moment. So Britain Can Now Have Its Cake and Eat It?
January 12, 2021

Britain got its independence back and got the best trade deal it could hope for with Brussels. Too good to be true?

Brexit Was Johnson’s Churchillian Moment. So Britain Can Now Have Its Cake and Eat It?
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VIDEO: Colony or Сolonizer Just Who Exactly is the Post Brexit United Kingdom?
VIDEO: Colony or Сolonizer Just Who Exactly is the Post Brexit United Kingdom?
January 8, 2021

Although many journalists may write that England needs to own up to its colonial past they seem very willing to push the country back under the foreign control of Brussels.

The Fall of Dominic Cummings: Boris Johnson’s “Genius” as Raskolnikov
December 27, 2020

He has gone from the British government after an epic year and a half, that deserve to be remembered, though not for the reasons he would like.

The Fall of Dominic Cummings: Boris Johnson’s “Genius” as Raskolnikov
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Boris Johnson Is as Incompetent as General Haig at the Somme: the Price is 50,000 Unnecessary Deaths
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Boris Johnson Is as Incompetent as General Haig at the Somme: the Price is 50,000 Unnecessary Deaths
December 22, 2020

The serious failings by the Johnson administration is too long to list: they include minor errors – such as allowing sports fixtures like the Cheltenham Festival, attended by hundreds of thousands of people, to take place, when the rest of Europe was closing down – to putting a non-public health professional in charge of the vastly expensive test and trace system, with calamitous results.

Britain’s Class War on Children
November 28, 2020

When I first reported on child poverty in Britain, I was struck by the faces of children I spoke to, especially the eyes. They were different: watchful, fearful. What has not changed is that poverty is the result of a disease that is still virulent yet rarely spoken about – class.

Britain’s Class War on Children
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Macron’s Gamble Will Backfire as Brexit Will Make Both Him and France Big Losers of a No-Deal With Brussels
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Macron’s Gamble Will Backfire as Brexit Will Make Both Him and France Big Losers of a No-Deal With Brussels
October 25, 2020

France’s cursed President is going to lead his nation in a campaign which will take him and the entire French economy over the abyss on Brexit.

The More the EU Tightens Its Grip, the More Countries Slip Through Its Fingers
October 24, 2020

Now that the best of all possible Brexits is near, the rest of Europe is going to get an object lesson in just how much it costs to keep them around.

The More the EU Tightens Its Grip, the More Countries Slip Through Its Fingers
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