1. The violence of the left … or those from other lands?
2. Pot, kettle:
Ed Davey [on Sophy Ridge] calling Boris Johnson a disgrace seems to have forgotten his own expenses scandal. Love how politicians ignore their own failings. This is just one story about Davey’s cheating the taxpayer:
3. Zac Goldsmith writes:
I’m disappointed to see Jeremy Hunt making personal attacks on Boris. It‘s hard to believe Party members will be impressed either.
Yes but there’s Remain for you, just as with Dems in the US – unprincipled people:
And what about Hunt’s wife, Madam Huawei, Lucia Guo?
4. Judicial Watch:
5. The jammy beggar – how did he get to be in that shot? That’s my job!
Does remind me of the 90s in California and my US mate/host approached a group of girls on the beach for a photo-op with this foreigner, they dutifully obliged.
Later, there was a CHiP officer parked near the beach, having a bite to eat – same spiel from my mate – sudden photo-op. The friendliness of all was jaw-dropping. My abiding memory of those girls at close quarters was quite weathered skin, surprised me at the time.
6. There it is:
EU loyalisttraitor to Britain Dominic Grieve has warned that he and other Remainer Tories could topple Boris Johnson if he backs a No Deal Brexit, as opposition MPs plot to end the next Tory leader’s premiership in a day.
Grieve, who represents a Leave-voting constituency and has already lost a vote of no confidence by the Tory constituency association — but has been protected by Remain-voting party chairman Brandon Lewis MP — warned:
“If the new prime minister announces taking the country on a magical mystery tour towards an October 31st crash-out, I don’t think that prime minister is going to survive very long.”
7. The daily sleaze: