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Sunday media – 14 January 2018

EU

It seems that bigwigs in the EU have finally realised that they need the Uk more than we need them, says the Express.

PRESSURE was last night mounting on the EU to sign a free-trade agreement with Britain after a report revealed that a “no deal” scenario could cost the bloc more than £500billion.
The shock figure emerged as Brussels looked set to cave in on a key demand to move a financial body out of the City of London and the head of Deutsche Bank was forced to admit a threatened “Brexodus” from the capital had been exaggerated.
The pro-Brexit Economists for Free Trade group forecast that Britain will gain £651billion from walking away from talks, leaving the EU with a £507billion bill.
Sir Patrick Minford, an economic adviser to the Treasury under Margaret Thatcher, used a classic trade model to predict that GDP will spike by nine per cent, amounting to a one-off gain of £180billion, if we leave on March 29, 2019, without a deal.
He predicts that the UK would make an additional £433billion in tariffs imposed on EU producers if we operated under World Trade Organisation rules, because we import more than we export.
That, plus the £38billion we have saved by not paying for the two-year transition period, adds up to a total of £651billion. 

The Independent has a story about British tax havens.

Demands to open up Britain’s shady network of overseas tax havens are set to be used by the EU as leverage to force concessions during Brexit trade talks, The Independent understands.
The European Commission will soon review whether British territories previously left off a Brussels tax haven blacklist should now be added – just as negotiations move on to the all-important future trade deal.
Publicly EU officials say the blacklisting process has nothing to do with Brexit, but separate sources in Brussels told 
The Independent British territories where billions of pounds are stashed will come into play.
One official made clear the EU would “go after” them,  while another said the UK Government must ask itself if it wants to fly in the face of British public opinion on tax avoidance.
EU commissioners in December produced a blacklist of uncooperative tax jurisdictions, in a bid to clamp down on evasion and avoidance, tackle “threats” to members states’ tax bases and take on “third countries that consistently refuse to play fair”.
But the 17 jurisdictions listed included no British Overseas Territories or Crown Dependencies, despite them being named in earlier EU lists and some being implicated in the Paradise Papers scandal.

Looks like Germany is planning to throw open its doors to migrants again, says Breitbart.

The expected ‘Grand Coalition’ of German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s Christian Democrats (CDU) and Martin Schulz’s Social Democrats (SPD) have declared the migrant crisis to be “over” and agreed to let in up to 220,000 migrants each year.
The two parties have agreed to allow between 180,000 to 220,000 migrants per year, claiming their plans will control migration in such a way that “a situation like 2015 is not repeated”, 
Die Welt   reports.
Around 1,000 migrants will be allowed into Germany per month as part of the family reunification programme thanks to lobbying by Schulz — a former President of the European Parliament — whose party does not support the current suspension of family reunifications.
Merkel has agreed to fresh legislation which will extend the suspension only until the new proposal can be implemented.

Brexit

Meanwhile, back home, the Prime Minister is planning a big speech, reports the Times.

Theresa May plans to make a speech outlining the government’s Brexit policy in the February parliamentary recess after holding three meetings of her Brexit war cabinet to thrash out a compromise between warring ministers.
Documents seen by The Sunday Times show May has told ministers they will have to agree how the trade talks with the EU should unfold, what a future economic and security partnership will look like and the nature of the rules to create a “level playing field” with Brussels when they meet this week.
In meetings held before Christmas sources say ministers backed four different outcomes of the Brexit negotiations.

Remainers are still doing their best to thwart Brexit, says the Independent.

Opposition MPs will try to change Theresa May’s  flagship Brexit legislation to guarantee the UK stays in the single market and the customs union.
An amendment to the EU (Withdrawal) Bill to prevent the Government from using sweeping powers to take Britain out of the EU agreements has been backed by the SNP, the Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and the Green Party.
The move will be likely to expose deep divisions in Labour’s ranks over membership of the single market, days after Jeremy Corbyn came under fire from pro-EU MPs in his own party for taking the option off the table.
Labour MP Wes Streeting, who has been critical of Mr Corbyn’s leadership, used a speech on Saturday to warn that his party’s Brexit policy “stands as the single biggest barrier to the UK’s membership of the single market and customs union”.
It comes after Mr Corbyn was “empty chaired” at a cross-party summit on single-market membership which he refused to attend due to concerns it was “no more than a political gimmick”.

But the Labour Party will not back the move, says Sky News.

Labour will not back a cross-party effort to keep the UK in the single market and customs union, despite calls from other opposition party leaders for Jeremy Corbyn to join forces with them.
The SNP, Liberal Democrats, Plaid Cymru and the Greens will collectively back an amendment to the EU Withdrawal Bill this week.
They say the change to the Bill would prevent ministers being able to take the UK out of the single market and customs union without the approval of Parliament.
Lib Dem leader Sir Vince Cable said opposition parties had the power to change the course of Brexit – if Labour backed the move.

Postage stamps

In the Telegraph, Royal Mail has explained why it will not release a special postage stamp upon Brexit.

The day Britain leaves the European Union will not be an “important anniversary”, Royal Mail has said in its first explanation of why commemorative stamps will not be produced.
In a letter seen by the Telegraph, a Royal Mail  executive told MPs that it printed 13 sets of “special stamps” each year, but these only tended to “mark important anniversaries and activities that reflect the UK’s heritage and contribution to the world”.
The national postal service also said that Brexit stamps would damage its “strict political neutrality” during elections and referendums, adding it does not get involved in “political matters”.
Yet critics immediately pointed to the fact that in 1973, when Britain joined the European Economic Community, Royal Mail produced stamps showing a Union-Jack emblazoned UK jigsaw piece slotting into a bigger European puzzle.

Flu

The influenza outbreak continues to spread, says the Telegraph.

More than three million people at high risk of flu have not yet been vaccinated despite the biggest wave of “public fear” since swine flu in 2009, health chiefs have said.
A letter sent to every GP practice in England warns they have just two weeks left in which to vaccinate patients against this winter’s virulent outbreak, which has already claimed 85 lives and is threatening to become an epidemic.
It comes amid concerns large numbers of pregnant women and young adults with asthma are in particular danger because of failure to take up the jab.
Temperatures are set to plummet over the next few days with bookmakers cutting the odds of this winter ending up the coldest on record to 2-1, threatening to exacerbate the problem.
Yesterday The Daily Telegraph revealed patients across the country were being turned away from high street chemists which had run out of the flu vaccine.

And it seems some health workers have not yet been vaccinated, reports the Mail.

Two-thirds of doctors and nurses at some hospitals have ignored official pleas to get themselves vaccinated against flu this winter, risking the lives of vulnerable patients.
Last week, senior doctors warned that not enough  NHS workers are having the jab.
Now an official report shows shockingly low staff vaccination rates at some of the country’s biggest and busiest hospitals.
Only 33.7 per cent of frontline staff at King’s College Hospital in South London – which houses one of the capital’s largest A&E departments – have received the jab this winter.
The figure is 38.3 per cent at nearby Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Trust.
Hospitals in Brighton, Essex, Northumbria, Cornwall, Harrogate, Wolverhampton, Salisbury and Hertfordshire also have less than half of their staff vaccinated.
Overall, fewer than half of frontline workers have been inoculated against flu at 18 hospital trusts across England, which together run 55 hospitals. 

But there could be a natural protection against the virus, says the Star.

REGULAR sex romps can help you avoid being struck down by the killer flu outbreak, say medics.
That’s because having lots of nookie will stimulate not only your lover but their immune system too.
And that will help your body to produce more of an antibody that is effective in the fight against viruses.
Researchers discovered that sex produces high levels of the infection- fighting Immunoglobulin A.
A study at Wilkes University in Pennsylvania found that people bedding their partner once or twice a week had 30% more of the chemical than those who didn’t.
And that has now raised the possibility that sex could help control this winter’s outbreak, which has so far claimed 85 lives.
The news comes alongside a bird flu breakout in Dorset, with 17 birds already found to have been affected by the strain.

Tuition fees

University fees could come under review in the coming months, reports the Times.

A review of university funding will be launched before the summer by the new education secretary, Damian Hinds.
The cabinet minister is expected to introduce proposals to slash tuition fees and cut the 6.1% interest rate on student loan repayments.
Options include cutting the annual fee universities can charge from £9,250 to £7,500 and having different fee levels for arts, science and medical degrees.
The move will come as a blow to universities, which are also facing a new “super regulator”. The Sunday Times understands that up to five universities are at risk of losing access to public funding, including government-backed student loan finance, after the regulator — the Office for Students (OfS) — starts work in April, unless they improve.

Trump

The US president is throwing his toys out of the pram, reports the Times.

Donald Trump cancelled a proposed visit to London to open America’s new embassy because he believed he had “not been shown enough love” by the British government, according to a source close to the US president. The decision put paid to a Downing Street attempt to woo Trump with an offer to meet the Queen.
Officials at No 10 were at an advanced stage of planning a visit that might have included a lunch at Buckingham Palace, according to two senior Whitehall sources. Trump is also said to have expressed interest in playing a round of golf at the Queen’s nine-hole golf course on the Balmoral estate in Aberdeenshire.

But it seems some of our politicians are in disagreement over the reason for the cancellation, says the Mail.

Boris Johnson and Theresa May have clashed over  Donald Trump‘s cancelled UK visit in a row over the real reason he called off the trip.
Mr Trump claimed he pulled out of the visit because he disagreed with the decision to sell off the old building for ‘peanuts’. But observers suggested he did not want to run the gauntlet of protests.
London Mayor Sadiq Khan was among those on the left who commented saying it was clear that Mr Trump had ‘got the message that many Londoners’ did not want him here.
It led to the Foreign Secretary suggesting that Mr Khan had scuppered the visit, branding him a ‘puffed up, pompous popinjay’.
But minutes before, a 10 Downing Street spokesman had insisted that Theresa May did not blame the London Mayor for the cancellation.
Mr Johnson tweeted at about 11am: ‘The US is the biggest single investor in the UK — yet Khan & Corbyn seem determined to put this crucial relationship at risk.
‘We will not allow US-UK relations to be endangered by some puffed up pompous popinjay in City Hall.’
Then in a sharp contradiction to Mr Johnson’s suggestions, a spokesman for Number 10 said the ‘special relationship’ had not been damaged by the Mayor’s tweets.
He told The Times: ‘No, the US and the UK are natural, resilient, strong partners and allies, and we do more together than any two countries in the world.’

Bolton

Our leader’s personal life comes under further scrutiny in the Mail.

Scandal-hit Ukip leader Henry Bolton was plunged into a fresh crisis last night after it was revealed that his glamour model girlfriend made racist remarks about Meghan Markle.
Mr Bolton, 54, was already facing calls for his resignation after he left his wife for 25-year-old Jo Marney.
Now The Mail on Sunday can reveal shocking messages in which Ms Marney says that Prince Harry’s ‘black American’ fiancee will ‘taint’ the Royal Family with ‘her seed’ and pave the way for a ‘black king’.
Ms Marney also says that she would never have sex with ‘a negro’ because they are ‘ugly’.
She was immediately suspended from Ukip last night after The Mail on Sunday alerted party chiefs to her grossly offensive comments.
Our revelations come just days before Bolton is due to face a crunch meeting over his own future with Ukip following outrage over his new relationship. 

The Mirror has the same story.

Ukip leader Henry Bolton’s glamour model girlfriend made a string of racist remarks about Meghan Markle, it’s emerged.
Mr Bolton, 54, is already facing calls to resign after he left his wife for 25-year-old Jo Marney.
The Mail on Sunday revealed shocking messages in which Ms Marney says that Prince Harry’s ‘black American’ fiancee will ‘taint’ the Royal Family with ‘her seed’ and pave the way for a ‘black king’.
Ms Marney also says that she would never have sex with ‘a negro’ because they are ‘ugly’.
She was immediately suspended from UKIP after the newspaper alerted party chiefs to her grossly offensive comments.
Bolton’s wife Tatiana last week told the Sunday Mirror how he had abandoned the family at Christmas to be with his mistress.

The Sun claims the young lady subsequently apologised for her comments.

THE girlfriend of UKIP leader Henry Bolton has been suspended from the party after reportedly making racist comments about Meghan Markle. Jo Marney, 25, whose relationship with the 53-year-old party chief emerged earlier this month, sent texts to a pal that continued offensive comments about Meghan and black people.
Mr Bolton has not commented on the messages but took to Twitter earlier today to deny allegations about their relationship.
A UKIP spokesman confirmed Ms Marney had been suspended from the party.
On her Twitter profile, Ms Marney describes herself as a model, actor and journalist, as well as a Brexiteer.
Ms Marney later apologised “unreservedly” for the “shocking language” she used in the messages.

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44 Comments on Sunday media – 14 January 2018

  1. Bolton has to go. If he clings on, I’ll be ending my membership.

  2. Bolton must be told to go, and take his racist bit with him.
    Gerard Batten for leader.

  3. Has Revoltin’ Bolton gone yet?

  4. Trump
    “The decision put paid to a Downing Street attempt to woo Trump with an offer to meet the Queen.
    Officials at No 10 were at an advanced stage of planning a visit that might have included a lunch at Buckingham Palace, according to two senior Whitehall sources.”

    Reading the tealeaves, perhaps there is more to Donald Trump’s reticence to visit to the UK than we’re being told.

    There has, or so it seems, been a distinct paucity of co-operation coming from the UK government regarding the not-so-small matter of Julian Assange’s struggles to leave the Ecuadorian Embassy in London.

    Then there was the reported activities of someone described as a “former British Spy” having been, from a Clinton point of view, ever so helpful, even to the extent of COLLUDING WITH RUSSAINS, to create the ‘dirty dossier’ which may have impacted negatively on Trump’s election campaign and apparently allowed his campaign to be spied upon.

    Deeds speak louder than all the fine words we sometimes hear. Disrespecting American voters and indeed democracy itself is not in our own national interest although it may well suit the EU.

  5. The EU seek actively to destroy anti EU parties, but in our case they don’t have to change out of first gear as we do most of the job for them. Bolton is seriously deluded if he considers himself attractive to Boulter Mark 2. He must be disposed of sharpish, and Gerard Batten brought in as temp, poss permanent leader. We have no time for bureaucratic claptrap about procedures, so someone’s got to think creatively and act decisively.( yes, I’ve been on the kool aid). Owise the party’s over and the UK is flushed, and not May be.

  6. Just watched Oakden on Daily Politics. From what he said about Bolton – doing the right thing- looks like Bolton might be on his way out. It’s got to be now or never for a decent leader who will clean out the UKIP swamp and represent the voters who have no faith in Liblabcon

    • Seriously, you believe any words that come out of Oakden’s mouth? The guy who pretends to women to be something he isn’t to get them to go out with him? I’ll say it again, Bolton has enough votes on the NEC to survive. Not sure why people can’t add up and understand this. He knows this which is why he is not resigning.

  7. If you haven’t yet had a flu jab, have a look at the info on the ingredients that now go into vaccines on naturalnews.com and activistpost.com…

    25 times more Mercury than allowed in drinking waster and aluminium etc etc etc

    Knowing this, many health workers in the US are opting not to have these jabs…there is a move to make these jabs compulsory …as here…

    • ‘Flu’
      “Two-thirds of doctors and nurses at some hospitals have ignored official pleas to get themselves vaccinated against flu this winter, risking the lives of vulnerable patients.”

      I’ve always taken the ‘they’re all out to get us beware of vaccinations’ line with a shovel-full of salt. Could it be there’s something to this after all?

    • This week the MSM re-reported (news 6 months old) that Macron is making it compulsory for French children to be injected with 11 different vaccines. The following may well be the commentator’s curse but I’ve not a had a jab for 3 years and so far this winter have not contracted so much as a cold.

  8. I’m starting to read conspiracy theories about Bolton or Marney being ‘Establishment plants’ or ‘agent provocateurs’ and so on.
    It ain’t so.
    Neither is it a ‘left wing plot’ , a scheme by George Soros to undermine Brexit nor the lizard-men of the Illuminati doing in UKIP.
    Its because UKIP’s ‘top team’, including Bolton, is a self -serving shambles.
    Now waiting, popcorn at the ready, for Oakden on The Sunday Politics.
    He’s either executioner, or executed.

    • There does seem to be an air of orchestration here, so I wouldn’t fully rule out any conspiracy theory, certainly not where the Establishment could be involved.
      Be careful of dismissing conspiracy theorists though, open your mind to all possibilities!

    • So, Mr Bav, you’re obviously not a conspiracy theorist. Ergo, you believe everything your Government tells you. Good Lord.

      • Do you SERIOUSLY believe the Bolton scandal is a conspiracy? If so, please tell us all. I would be fascinated to hear the theory !

        I notice as I write, that he STILL has not resigned. Every hour , a hundred lost members.

        • Dear Mr Bav, I ask zee qvestions. Do you SERIOUSLY believe everything your Government tells you ?(and whilst you consider that please include the NEC in your answer)

  9. As far as I am concerned Bolton is now part of UKIPs history
    no notice should be taken of those outside of the party, the
    same must be said of some inside also.
    The lab/lib/con coalition current supporting enemas knew they had to work hard to cripple the 23/24 /6 /2016 verdict and they are succeeding.
    We knew it was post 24 June going to be an on going battle
    yet many are seemingly not up for it, the only thing standing between us and complete annihilation as an independent Isle is UKIP.
    Build on it, USE IT, not abuse it and lose it.

    • If by ‘those outside the party’ you mean those of us who resigned over the recent revelations and/or the shambles UKIP is in, I would remind you that we are just as entitled to our views as you are.

      • I do not remember rattling your cage B rattle but if the cap fits then by all means wear it. We knew from way back we were not in for an easy ride, what with the ongoing hate / smear campaign so I do not rest easy with fair weather ex members that make their point then then forever post about it.
        My order of the day is stay and try rectifying things.

        • I fear your vigil will be an increasingly lonely one but to learn how to rectify things would be useful for those disillusioned by this, and the endless stream of other debacles within the party.

        • Ogga1 – “My order of the day is stay and try rectifying things”.

          Perhaps you could explain how to do that when no one in the UKIP Elite is prepared to listen and you know that your membership fee and donations are going into the pockets of those very same people. At least Brenda has the guts to post in her name

          • Thank you John. I originally intended to let my membership lapse next June as to renew would have felt like throwing good money after bad.

            I had been on the brink of resigning a couple of times during the leadership election as I was being put under pressure at Branch level to vote for a candidate I felt uneasy about. I disassociated myself from the branch as a result.

            The shenanigans with HB were the last straw so I resigned. I have noticed, in the past few months, that some members were becoming dictatorial and, in some cases, a bit aggressive towards anyone who didn’t agree with them, especially if the dictator/aggressor was hiding behind a user name.

            To this end, I presume they won’t miss me when they want votes in future elections because I won’t be voting UKIP either. They lost my husband’s vote when I was put under pressure by the local branch and they will never get that vote back. So, they don’t do themselves any favours at the end of the day.

            Kind regards and best wishes.
            Brenda

        • I’m with you on that Ogga. Disgruntled ex-members who hang around are a pain in the neck. It is sad because some of them will have put heart, body and soul in to the party and quite rightly feel let down. I’m sorry that they felt the need to resign. But it is their choice. If they choose to go then go they should. But they don’t go! They hang around the scene like disembodied spirits, bitter and malignant, trying to influence the world they have left in a negative way.
          I have seen this phenomenon before in parties and organisations. When things start to go lopsided a section of the disaffected are not content just to resign, they have an emotional vested interest in seeing the organisation destroyed.
          Like you Ogga I still think there is a chance of rectifying things for Ukip. In a week or so Bolton could be gone and things should start looking better. This is not a thing the ‘ex people’ want to see.

  10. Bolton was always a suspicious choice as leader, sorry but he has zero charisma and it appears zero judgment. Did it not occur to him that he was seriously punching above his weight with this girl? She sounds suspiciously like an agent provocateur working for ? Who knows. Don’t care about Bolton s personal life but do care that it makes the party I send my vote to look like a bunch of prats,again! You have other talent UKIP use them for heaven’s sake!

  11. Sunday’s news review makes depressing reading.
    A new report shows how much better off we will be when we leave the EU, yet the Remoaners get top billing through a new coalition aiming to join forces and force us to remain in the Single Market and Customs Union.
    The elected President of America is put off visiting the U.K. by the constant barrage of insane abuse directed at him by Cultural Marxists and our MSM. Then the irrelevant Mayor of Londonistan gloats publicly over the decision and claims it a victory for British values and inclusion. What would he know of such things?
    He would be much better off trying to do his proper day job and to attempt to turn around much of a once great City, which have now become cesspits.
    Meanwhile, Germany through the office of Merkel, announces that the migrant crisis is over and vast numbers of people will be again welcomed into Europe, plus their relatives.
    The world really has become a mad place and is getting madder.
    Meanwhile UKIP, the only mainstream political party likely to oppose this madness, elect a totally inappropriate new leader and then dither over what to do about him, even when his unsuitability for the job is proven beyond all doubt.
    Like many others, I will not be renewing my UKIP membership, until I see the Party once again standing as a voice for the voiceless majority of people in this Country.
    A party that will strongly oppose mass uncontrolled immigration, the Islamification of our Country and Europe, the ridiculous influence that Cultural Marxists now seem to have over every aspect of British life.
    I do not believe for one moment that UKIP can do that until it elects a leader that will truly believe in changing opinion on these issues and is prepared to lead the crusade.
    One thing is for sure, electing another grey, establishment figure to mimic the cosy political elite running our other mainstream political party’s will not work.
    UKIP is a party of change, it agitates to change opinion, that is where it’s success has been. That is where it must go again.

  12. Sorry to have only just joined the fun,
    Have been listening and urging England on to victory in the first one day match in Australia.(They only need approx. 17 more runs to win, 7wkts in hand and 6 overs – can`t make a mess of that can they????)
    Anyway I`m only posting on this thread to repeat the thoughts I put down in reply to Graham “This is our moment”
    He says it`s the end of UKIP – it`s definitely not!
    We are not going to be panicked by the PC brigade are we?
    Surely the idiocies of this woman doesn`t indicate we are all closet racists and incidentally nor does HB`s comments indicate we are all closet Nazis (If anything that comment qualified for bringing the party into disrepute didn`t it?)
    I do however agree with him that this revelation puts the final nail in HB`s career.

    • You might care to read what Michael Shrimpton QC had to say about “ the Ben Stokes” incident to prevent England winning the Ashes…No nationa
      “feel good” feeling allowed after Brexit …

  13. UKIP didn’t play fair with regard to AMW.

    You reap what you sow.

    Sorry but it has to be said.

    • AMW is going nowhere, hardly a peep about her in the MSM. Now if she had acquired a much younger toy person….
      I sincerely believe the only way forward for UKIP now is dump Henry and the NEC and start again from branches upwards.
      Incidentally, can any of the UKIP constitutiinal experts here tell me, if a branch closes, who gets it’s money ?
      Does it revert to HQ or can we have a party ?

  14. REGULAR sex romps can help you avoid being struck down by the killer flu outbreak, say medics.

    Is Henry Bolton going to use this as a justification for screwing UKIP.

  15. Regardless of whether you find her comments “grossly offesnsive” or not, what no-one has picked up on yet is that she made her comments in private text messages to a ‘friend’, so how did the Mail On Sunday manage to get hold of them? Some ‘friend’, eh? 😉
    If Jo Marney is not an Establishment plant, certainly it looks like one of her close friends could well be.

  16. I expect Mr Bolton will avoid getting the flu!

  17. The text I quote below was sent to me in a private email – the sender has given me permission to make it public now as he’s offline for the rest of the day.

    Quote:

    The cad, Bolton plays the ex-military card.
    He served as a trooper in the cavalry, and was commissioned in the Territorial Army. I am sure that all those with whom he served will be utterly horrified by recent reports of his scandalous behaviour – and that of his paramour.
    In my day, a way would have been found to quickly propel him out of the door – and, in still earlier times, his peers would have given him a good thrashing en route.
    ‘Ironside’

    End quote

  18. What is really shocking to me is that NONE of the bigwigs has come out and publicly stated they want Bolton to step down, except 2 NEC members who said that prior to the code of omerta being imposed. What of Peter Whittle, the saintly David Kurten, Margot Parker, any of the MEPs, the 35 member cabinet. Do they have their heads in the sand? Are they so pathetically craven and clinging to their own positions that they dare not take a stand on principle ? And then after the event they will all say ‘oh yes, Henry, I knew he was a bad ‘un all along’. Well now is the time they should stand up and be counted, and they are found lacking! Bigly!

    • I have to agree with you yet again, Graham.

      • Oakden is on The Sunday Politics in an hour.

        • Oh dear oh dear oh dear.
          There’s my Sunday ruined, in tatters …

        • Thanks Mr Bav. I will switch it on shortly.

          Kind regards.

        • One of the opinions is, he will be handed the revolver this afternoon
          Another comment was that Nigel on this new referendum kick is actually itching to come back.
          That`s interesting because Nigel was lamenting on his show that the whole LEAVE organisation didn`t exist any more and he was advocating we all got together again to be ready to fight a second referendum if it comes about.
          Oakden also said on this programme the reason UKIP had to stay in existence was to rally the cross party LEAVE impetus.
          To be quite honest I agree with that,
          I`m not sure I see Nigel back as Leader, but I do see him as Chairman and Gerard Batten as Leader
          If he was Chairman I take it he could keep his LBC job which I believe is important.

    • Half the ‘bigwigs’ have been photographed with her. ( Not Whittle as far as I know )
      Including Saint Kurten.
      She’s also chalked Farage’s son up on her bedpost.
      Who was the person who spilled the beans to the Mail on Sunday… ?
      And Farage has said nothing yet on LBC, albeit he’s only been on a few minutes….

      • I also asked the question about this mysterious ‘friend’ who felt it their duty to send these private text messages to the Mail On Sunday. What is also not clear is that while it has been revealed that these texts were sent over three weeks ago, when were they sent to the MoS? Either this ‘friend’ or the MoS has been sitting on these texts for some time. Waiting for an opportunity to make best use of them?
        With friends like these, who needs enemies?
        (I bet it’s going to be awkward this evening when Henry and Jo cuddle up on the sofa! 😀 )

    • I agree ~ and I am puzzled actually : they ( the bigwigs ) can’t surely imagine HB can survive as ‘Leader’ ?
      Even if he could : what would his ‘Leadership’ amount to ? he spent four months making UKIP an irrelevance ~then he spent the last ten days making it a laughing stock.

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