Dom is a sideshow … if PM can unlock us
BORIS Johnson may be right that the public don’t give a monkey’s about leak inquiries.
But they do care about the Government being blown off course.
The PM has re-energised a dormant opposition and inspired every two-bob critic to speak out.[/caption]
That failed politician Dominic Grieve was one of the first embittered Tories to grab a microphone. How rich to hear this democracy-denying Remainer fanatic bemoan a lack of integrity in No10.
Where was his integrity when he plotted to overturn the biggest mandate in UK history?
Similarly Nicola Sturgeon, fresh from a muck-throwing inquiry into her own conduct, now has the cheek to start lecturing Westminster. But these nauseating blasts show the needless aggro Boris has stirred up.
Worse will come when Cummings appears before a Commons select committee in May. Before then Boris has far more important business to attend to.
Like further unlocking Britain, revitalising our economy and capitalising on our brilliant vaccine rollout.
Do that and the rantings of yesterday’s man Cummings won’t amount to a hill of beans.
Lost and foundry
BRITAIN’S steel industry was once the envy of the world.
So it is shameful we now have to import foreign metal to build new battleships.
Ministers have admitted that our home-produced steel isn’t tough enough[/caption]
The Government is spending billions to boost our naval power across the globe. It has also ordered 1,000 armoured vehicles to bolster our Armed Forces.
But ministers have admitted that our home-produced steel isn’t tough enough, forcing us to go cap in hand to countries such as Sweden.
Successive governments have disgracefully allowed this once proud industry to rust. For too long we have neglected our traditional manufacturing base, leaving thousands on the dole.
It’s not a good look for a vibrant Brexit Britain.
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IT IS an excellent move for Prince Charles to step up and help The Queen.
He is due to act as her official “consort” at next month’s State Opening of Parliament. After the trauma of the Duke of Edinburgh’s death, our 95-year-old monarch deserves all the support she can get.
And her son will look every inch a future king.