Business is on the up.., as Keir fouls up
BRITAIN’S bounce back to economic recovery is well and truly underway.
Floundering Keir Starmer would be better off focusing on the priorities of voters — not Boris Johnson’s wallpaper[/caption]
He reveals today that many Brits lucky enough to still have jobs are splashing the cash they saved in lockdown with a vengeance.
Official figures show spending in shops is heading towards pre-pandemic levels.
About 70 per cent of customers are back in high street stores, splurging £3,500 a minute.
Even restaurants are booming, despite diners having to eat outside.
The Chancellor rightly warns it is early days, and the impact of Covid is yet to be fully felt.
But more good news is on the way, with Ministers set to give the green light to a swathe of foreign holidays.
Our economy cannot fully lift off until airports are bustling again.
The new optimism, buoyed by the vaccine rollout, shows how a week can be a long time in politics.
Only a few days ago Boris Johnson was mired in over-blown allegations over who paid for the makeover of his Downing Street flat.
But as floundering Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer is discovering, the public is more interested in prosperity and jobs.
Polls suggest Labour will get another battering in their former Red Wall strongholds in Thursday’s local elections.
Sir Keir would be better off focusing on the priorities of voters there — not wallpaper.
If he fails to heed their warnings, it could be him facing curtains.
Send ’em to tower
THERE are few higher priorities than the safety of our head of state.
So it is astonishing that intruders could so easily penetrate the grounds of Windsor where the Queen walks her dogs.
Questions need to be asked after the latest royal security scares[/caption]
As we reveal today, two people managed to clamber over fences around Prince Andrew’s home near the Castle.
Six days before that a woman claiming to be the Prince’s fiancée was ushered into the Royal Lodge by guards.
Cops who guard Her Majesty must sharpen up their act.
Royal palaces shouldn’t be open to any Tom, Dick… or Harry.
Line of booty
WHAT a nailbiter!
So today we could finally know.
After all that waiting, millions of fans will be glued to the telly to learn the truth.
Line of Duty’s H?
No! We’re talking about the Premier League title!
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