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Some eighteen years ago, the office of elected London Mayor was created with fanfare. Despite not being our ‘cup of tea’, a glorious old Trot, Ken Livingstone, won hands-down. He served eight years as an irascible but annoyingly likeable figurehead for the greatest city on earth – our London. Then came Boris. If only somebody had come up with the idea...
Britain and ‘Brand Britain’ is “loved and adored around the world” says education business owner. Prime Minister Theresa May and International Trade Minister George Hollingbery led a 29-strong business delegation on their visit to South Africa, Nigeria and Kenya this week to promote economic ties with Africa. More than £300 million worth of deals announced by PM Theresa May during visit...
My Lord Mayor, My Late Lord Mayor, Your Grace, My Lord Chancellor, Your Excellencies, My Lords, Aldermen, Sheriffs, Chief Commoner, ladies and gentlemen, this weekend our country came together to commemorate the centenary of the Armistice. Gathering around memorials across the length and breadth of the land, people of every faith and background stopped and stood together to remember the...
The London Conservative Party have yesterday sent out a bulletin message sarcastically pointing out that many Londoners will struggle to get home due to yet another tube strike in Sadiq Khan's London. The email entitled "Gonna be late, - stuck on a platform". Paul Scully MP, the composer of the mail-out said: "It’s strange. When Sadiq Khan was elected Mayor, he...
The early Autumn poll bounce for the Conservatives, which saw them record leads of four to six per cent, appear to have been pegged back. This week's YouGov poll gave Theresa May's Conservatives 41% of the projected vote versus Jeremy Corbyn's Labour at 39% (+3%). The effects of Chancellor Phillip Hammond's 'post austerity' budget are unlikely to have impacted these results...
Botswana became independent on September 30th 1966. This rather large, beautiful, landscape, to the north of South Africa, (almost three times bigger than the UK land mass) consists of just over 2 million people who originate from a variety of groups, including eight major tribes. Each is represented in the 'House of Chiefs', the country's second legislative body. Botswana today imports some...
It has been revealed today that the Conservative Party has accidentally revealed personal details about MPs, journalists and delegates in a major security breach on its conference app. The system flaw, which appears to have now been addressed, allowed users to log in as anybody attending the Tory party conference using only their email address. Several social media users claimed they had logged in as Boris Johnson,...
This morning, the BBC held a 20 minute podcast debating the impact feminism has had on modern day parenting, and whether the fight to raise respectful, understanding young people (men in particular) has been helped or hindered by the rise in modern feminist thinking. The podcast itself was falsely advertised, sparking a major row across social media, with many users...
Social media giant Facebook says it has discovered a security issue affecting almost 50 million accounts, in a breach that was discovered last Friday. Whilst the investigation into how accounts have been breached by hackers is still in its early stages, Facebook has stated that attackers stole Facebook access tokens through its “view as” feature, which they could then use to take over...
The Conservative party have today announced that their candidate for the London Mayor Elections is to be Shaun Bailey.  An English Channel spokesman said: “We are thrilled that Shaun has been selected to represent the Tories in what could be a make or break for London. We cannot have another term of Sadiq Khan. The English Channel is 100% behind...
Labour's attempt to enter the dark ages received a massive boost today. Crewe and Nantwich MP, Laura Smith, told a cheering Momentum rally: "Comrades we must topple this cruel and callous Tory government as soon as we can." She added: "And if we can't get a General Election, we should organise our brothers and sisters in the trade unions to bring an end...