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Paul's Posts I'm hoping Gove is out, that would be pay back for back stabbing Boris. Super Boris to rescue [of our country]

Boris is by far the best candidate to by our next PM. He received 114 well deserved votes in the latest leadership selection vote. So now we can look forward to a 'no deal' clean exit from the eu as instructed by the British public 3 years ago.

As Burneside says, scrap this unfair tax. If you want BBC services then you can pay for it by choice. Currently I have to pay for the BBC even though I hate it.

Trump and Boro
6 Jun 2019

I don't listen to the press that have been out to get him ever since day one, when they realised he wasn't going to be pushed around / bullied by the media. For that he has my respect. So I can only judge on what I see. I see a man who has stuck for his country, I wish we could have a leader like that. He has done more for peace in Korea than any other leader and he won't accept appeasement ...

3 Jun 2019

Tweet by President Trump. "Sadiq Khan, who by all accounts has done a terrible job as Mayor of London, has been foolishly “nasty” to the visiting President of the United States, by far the most important ally of the United Kingdom. He is a stone cold loser who should focus on crime in London, not me...... ....Kahn reminds me very much of our very dumb and incompetent Mayor of NYC, de ...

EU Elections
27 May 2019 An excellent result for the Brexit Party. Common sense prevails again.

What is their reason for trying to stop it?

It should be and will be Boris. He will get us out of the eu with or without a deal. He doesn't need the approval of MPs as we leave on Halloween anyway. Excellent! And let's start calling it what it really is, this is all about a treaty, it is not a deal.

Nigel Farage
24 May 2019

Who does care about the people?

23 May 2019

The first video posted shows the man speaking for himself. The second video just shows his opponents talking a lot of non-sense and shows some sound bites of him that have been edited to change the context. Nigel Farage for PM.