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12 Feb 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

Britain’s Prime Minister Theresa May reacts during her meeting with Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat inside 10 Downing Street in central London, on February 11, 2019. (AFP / File Photo) Follow > , Theresa May is ready to walk away from Downing Street in the summer if her Brexit deal gets passed, it was claimed […]

12 Feb 19
News Exc Celebrity

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Theresa May is facing ‘high noon’ on Brexit in two weeks – with Remainer ministers threatening to join a revolt.

The PM urged MPs to ‘hold their nerve’ as she appealed for ‘a little more time’ to get concessions on the Irish border backstop in bitter Commons clashes.   

She tried to quell a mounting rebellion by Remainers by promising them another chance to influence the Brexit process by the end of the month if her renegotiation is not complete.

But she also fuelled anger that she is ‘running down the clock’ towards March 29 by refusing to give a firm date by which a final vote on her deal will be held.  

Pro-EU MPs warned their patience is runni

07 Feb 19
News Archives Uk

7 February 2019 at 11:56 am Brexit Credit: PA With 50 days left before the official date for leaving the EU, we can just hit peak Brexit mayhem. Can it get any worse than this? Seriously. The cabinet has a three-way split between those who see it as a bargain, the Rudds, Hammonds, Gaukes and […]

03 Feb 19
News Archives Uk

BLACK DOG: The prison sentence could not prevent MEP Fiona Onasanya from taking decisive votes in Brexit, thanks to the Labor movement she has just expelled By Black dog for The Mail on Sunday Released: 21:03 EST, 2 February 2019 | updated: 21:05 EST, 2 February 2019 A three-month jail sentence for lying about a […]

03 Feb 19
News Exc Celebrity

Article and photos from hienalouca.com

A three-month jail sentence for lying over a speeding ticket might not be enough to stop disgraced MP Fiona Onasanya taking part in crucial Brexit votes – thanks to the Labour movement that has just expelled her. 

‘Home detention curfew’ rules introduced under Tony Blair’s Government in 1999 mean Fiona could be out in a month. 

As long as her electronic tag doesn’t play up and she’s home by tea, Fiona will be able to pop into the Commons to vote.

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01 Feb 19
Thorowgood World

So said John Pory, the Secretary of the Colony, in 1619.  If you signed an indentureship contract in the 17th century for Virginia, you were gambling with your own life.  This sign at Historic Jamestowne states that an estimated 80% of Virginia colonists who arrived in the 17th century came as indentured servants of which […]

31 Jan 19
The Sun
PENNY MORDAUNT, the International Development Secretary, has asked the nation if we would like to “have a conversation” – about ­overseas aid. You’re not kidding, Penny. Can I start the ball rolling? And maybe then you’d like to hear from a few readers. The people who can’t get beds in our hospitals, or a place for their kids in the local school. All the while that £14billion is being spent on fabulously berserk ­projects in the developing world. Penny wants the country to get talking about international aid To her total credit, Mordaunt has said that our current level of spending on overseas aid is unsustainable. It’s been rising every year. Due to a law passed by the coalition government, we have to spend 0.7 per cent of our income on aid to the Third World each year. So right now we spend just under £14billion. And where does this money go? No less than 38 per cent of it is siphoned off to global outfits like that most useless of organisations, the United Nations. This is the body which sent out some dimbo Australian envoy to tick off our Government about economic policy. An organisation which elected Saudi Arabia on to its Women’s Rights Commission. An anti-Western and rabidly anti-Israeli convocation of leftie Third World thugs with chips on their shoulders. The world would be enormously improved if the UN was shut down tomorrow. And the rest of it? Some of the stuff you wouldn’t believe. A total of £792,000 went to a project investigating Tibetan verbs. Nope, not kidding. We have to spend 0.7 per cent of our income on aid to the Third World each year I would assume that “climb” was one of the verbs they were investigating. They use that a lot, over there. Thanks to our overseas aid, someone, ­somewhere is now able to say in Tibetan: “F*** me, is that a yeti? Run away!” Then there’s the £121,000 spent on a scheme to stop Indian schoolchildren imbibing sugary drinks. India itself gives overseas aid and has an income rather bigger than our own. Where is the point? Another six-figure sum was spent ­persuading Chinese people not to smoke too much — China! The second richest country in the world. Another one was to help Indian workers cool their work­stations down — this in a country which has its own space programme, for Chrissakes. So much of our money is swallowed up by useless leftie quangos and charities to keep themselves in jobs. I agreed with Priti Patel who wanted to give a decent chunk to the Israel Defence Forces which saves a lot of lives in Syria Still more is pocketed by despots in the horrible countries they run. It is a source of corruption and dependency. It makes things worse. And when we tried to divert our overseas aid to some of the Caribbean countries stricken by hurricanes we were told we couldn’t — they were too rich! It’s a nonsense and a racket. If I thought our overseas aid, in its current form, really alleviated misery and suffering I’d be all for it. That’s why I agreed with the last secretary of state, Priti Patel, who wanted to give a decent chunk to the Israel Defence Forces, which saves a lot of lives in Syria. So my recommendation would be to end it all NOW. Divert the money into our beleaguered and creaking infrastructure. And when a tragedy occurs overseas — sure, splash the cash. Anyway, Penny — hope I’ve helped by starting the conversation. Over to you, babes. ‘Turd’ is putting it mildly SCOTTISH politician Ross Greer has already been called a “ginger turd” by Piers Morgan, and I don’t think I can improve on that. But it’s his ignorance and stupidity that staggers – rather than his hatred for Great Britain, which is something we’re used to from north of the border. Ross Greer is ignorant and stupid Greer described Winston Churchill as a white supremacist, a mass murderer and a racist, and likened him to Soviet dictator Joseph Stalin. He says he is simply challenging the “myth” of Churchill. No, Ross, you’re not. You’re just pig ignorant, with a very poor grasp of history. Of course Churchill was racist. Just about everybody was of his age at that time. If you can’t see the importance of Churchill to winning the Second World War – against REAL racists, REAL mass murderers – when Britain stood alone, then you lack all sense of context and proportion. The more I think about it, the more I reckon “ginger turd” was an understatement. Of course Churchill was racist, just about everybody was of his age at that time Strife of Riley HERO of the week is the excellent Rachel Riley, who has been speaking out against anti-Semitism. As a consequence, she now needs greater security when she’s doing TV’s ­Countdown. The left-wing Jew-hating trolls have been after her. Rachel Riley has been speaking out against anti-Semitism Rachel,  said: “The more I speak, the more abuse I get, and the more abuse I get, the more I speak. It’s got to the point where I can’t look at my Twitter feed any more. It’s just a constant stream.” She’s pretty clear who is behind it, too.  A lot of the abuse comes from people who sign off with the hashtag JC4PM. Kind of outrageous SO, Labour MP Fiona Onasanya is off to prison. Found guilty in court of lying through her teeth. The MP will still receive a full salary whilst serving her sentence behind bars But the remarkable thing is she’s still going to be paid as an MP while she’s inside. She has refused to resign her seat and so her £78,000 salary will continue to be paid by the rest of us. If you got sent to the nick, do you think your employers would continue to pay your wages? You’d be out on your ear. It’s kind of ­outrageous, no? Culture club’s a big hit THIS cultural appropriation business is getting out of hand. Marks & Spencer has been slammed by leftie nutters with nothing better to do with their time. For selling a biryani wrap. Marks & Spencer has been slammed by leftie nutters over a Biryani wrap They say it’s not authentic. Well of course it’s not bleedin’ authentic.  This is the UK, not Mumbai. Singer Katy Perry was attacked for wearing a kimono because she isn’t Japanese. White people in the US get criticised for wearing training shoes or sporting afros – that’s appropriating black culture, apparently. Though I think it was white folks who invented training shoes. Thing is, cultural appropriation is brilliant. It’s the way we have of sharing our respective cultures.  think it’s wonderful that countries outside Europe and the US have “culturally appropriated” democracy, sanitisation, railways, computers and so on. I wish more would do the same. Message is clear SOMALIA is the most corrupt country in the world, according to a list compiled by a group called Transparency International. It’s bad governance and corruption that is keeping places like Somalia poor Not a great surprise, is it? Nor to see most of the rest of Africa hogging the bottom quarter of the world table. It’s bad governance and corruption that is keeping Africa poor – not colonialism. You can tell that the compilers of the report are lefties, though.   Asked what countries were becoming more corrupt recently, they named the US, Hungary and Brazil. All three have elected right-wing governments. Skirting the issue A NEW study says that women who wear short skirts are more likely to be ­promoted. Are women who wear short skirts but have the legs of an obese ­elephant are more likely to get ­promoted? The lesson I’d take from this, if I were a women, is to wear a short skirt to work. But I don’t think that’s the lesson they mean us to take. I wonder if women who wear short skirts but have the legs of an obese ­elephant also are more likely to get ­promoted? I think that’s the next study for those researchers at the ­University of Surrey. Snow deal victory I TOLD you last week that the reason we haven’t had a proper winter yet is that the people who run winter couldn’t agree on stuff. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN OPINION” posts_category=”317″ posts_number=”6″ query_type=”popular” /] Such as whether it should be a hard winter, with lots of snow, no winter at all or a compromise deal with a backstop of some sleet for a bit. But I understand that on Tuesday the President of ­Winter won an astonishing ­victory and was able to push her deal through. Which was why it immediately snowed like hell. [bc_video video_id=”5850609072001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Former foreign aid worker storms stage to confront Penny Mordaunt over ‘silencing’ charity sex abuse victims”]
30 Jan 19
News Archives Uk

Politicians and medical professionals from all over the world are meeting today in London to jointly develop plans to fight HIV to create an AIDS-free future. The Mayfair AIDSfree Cities Global Forum at The Conduit is the culmination of the Evening Standard, The Independent and the Elton John AIDS Foundation's campaign. It will focus on […]

25 Jan 19
News Archives Uk

Philip Hammond has insisted today that the EU will compromise on the red lines of Brexit, accusing France of having chosen the "hardest" line in the negotiations. The Chancellor said the bloc "thinks about its position" when he called on Remainers to refrain from a revolt that could force Theresa May to delay the Brexit. […]

25 Jan 19
News Exc Celebrity

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Theresa May is facing a fresh Cabinet meltdown after Philip Hammond today refused to rule out quitting if there is a no-deal Brexit

The Chancellor underscored his warnings about the huge economic damage from crashing out of the EU – after causing a storm yesterday by saying it would be a ‘betrayal’ of the British people.

As tensions between ministers broke into the open, Mr Hammond admitted some of his Remainer colleagues in Cabinet viewed Tuesday’s Commons votes, which coul

25 Jan 19
Archy news nety

The UK will leave the European Union in just 63 days, on 29 March. A second vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal will take place on January 29, but the prime minister's chances of getting the withdrawal agreement approved are currently scarce. Negotiations are ongoing since the British voted in June 2016 to leave the […]

25 Jan 19
News Archives Uk

The United Kingdom must leave the European Union in just 63 days, on March 29. A second vote on Theresa May's Brexit deal will take place on Jan. 29, but the Prime Minister's chances of getting the opt-out agreement approved now seem rare. Negotiations have taken place since the British voted in favor of the […]

23 Jan 19
Archy news nety

A quarter of the cabinet flew to the Davos World Economic Forum Wednesday at a time when the government is struggling to resolve the Brexit impasse, prompting the Labor leader, Jeremy Corbyn, to accuse them of wasting time on a " billionairjamboree ". Philip Hammond, the chancellor, leads the British delegation of six senior ministers, […]

23 Jan 19
News Archives Uk

A quarter of the Cabinet flew to the Davos World Economic Forum on Wednesday, at a time when the government is trying to solve Brexit's impasse, and Labor leader Jeremy Corbyn has been accused of accusing them of spending time on a "billionaire jamboree" to waste. , Chancellor Philip Hammond heads the British delegation of […]

23 Jan 19
Brexit Compliance News

To judge by the headlines, you might think the campaign for a Final Say referendum is in disarray, divided amongst itself and at war with Jeremy Corbyn’s team. Yet appearances can be deceptive – and in this case they are. It’s a good rule of politics that when a group is under sustained attack, its opponents are […]

22 Jan 19
News Archives Uk

Theresa May was mocked today by the European Commission, which accused her of saying "nothing new" and urged her to "formulate what they really want." In a curious press conference, the spokesman for the Brussels Commission changed the text of the Spice Girls hit Wannabe to the effect that it is up to the Prime […]

22 Jan 19
Brexit Compliance News

ES News Email A senior minister broke ranks today by calling on Theresa May to give Tory MPs a free vote on rival Brexit options. Solicitor General Robert Buckland said the “grim reality” was that if the Government did not set the agenda then MPs would take control within a week, creating a risk of […]