GE2019: Rachel Shabi says Tories are 'far right' party - threat to Jewish community (28Nov19)
Nutty Labour Party supporter Rachel Shabi accuses the Conservative Party of being "far right", and pandering to far right parties. It must seem to far left / Marxist Labour that everyone else compared to them is "far right".
Recorded from Sky News, All Out Politics, 28 November 2019.
Boris Johnson like many other Conservative Party leaders talked strongly about the issue of the day which is currently Brexit, but like many other Tory Prime Minsters failed to deliver by leaving the EU on the 31 October 2019.
We saw the same in David Cameron when he claimed the he would reduce net migration to tens of thousands, while we still currently see nearly a decade after he made the pledge immigration at 285,000 per year.
From travelling the world I don't believe the UK is a particularly hostile nation to new to the country and we typically open our arms, but no one should be surprised people panic when they see public services in decline, wage suppression, and house price inflation from increases in demand without a match in supply.
Boris Johnson has constantly drawn lines in the sand for Brexit, and repeatedly allowed them to be breeched.
Is the Prime Minister a hero or a liar?
He said we would leave on the 31 October 2019, do or die. He said he would never reheat Teresa May's deal. He said he would never send the extension letter. He said he would sabotage the EU if forced to extend. He said he would pull the Brexit bill if not passed in the Commons.
Ed Balls on pre-George Osborne budget, listen to [wrong] IMF (20Mar11)
Labour's then shadow chancellor Ed Balls talks about the looming CONservative budget, and that the Tories should listen to economists and the IMF on the UK economy - all proved to be wrong in later years.
This is a requested re-upload (and re-encoded to modern video format).
Recorded from BBC1, Andrew Marr Show, 20 March 2011.
The vast majority of Conservative switchers to the Brexit Party would come back to the Tories in a subsequent general election if Boris can deliver Brexit.
But if they fail to deliver Brexit by the October 31 deadline, only 56 per cent of Tory members would vote for the Tories. 35 per cent would switch their support and instead back the Brexit Party, according to the poll of 511 Conservative members.
If the UK left by the deadline, Conservative members would flock back, with 92 per cent backing the Tories. Brexit Party backing among Conservative Party members would fall to just five per cent.
1. Any Tory who won't take us out of the EU by October 31st doesn't deserve to be PM 2. Boris Johnson’s dream team falls apart 3. Stop Boris? These days it’s Operation Stop Raab 4. Jeremy Corbyn’s team blocked female MP’s sexual harassment complaint 5. Investigation into claims Plymouth students were illegally registered to vote 6. It’s un-British to roll out the red carpet for Donald Trump 7. The strange death of Labour Britain
Plus we take a look at what Steve Baker said on the BBC, what Nigel Farage said on Sky News, Richard Tice (chair of the Brexit party) speaks in response to those opposing Brexit and the non-controversy over Ann Widdecombe's statements on "gay conversion".
Tories invent new 'social care' tax, esp for homeowners (29Apr19)
Conservativss invent a new tax "to fund social care", targeting the older person, and especially those suckers who decided to be prudent to buy their own home instead of renting... because you know... you're apparently rich if you have your own home.
Recorded from BBC1 HD, BBC Breakfast, 29 April 2019.