YOU can just imagine the Remoaner MPs rubbing their hands in glee at the leak of a secret Government report warning of food, fuel and medicine shortages in the event of a No Deal Brexit.
Predictions of doom and gloom suit their smug pretence that they are only trying to block our departure from the EU for our own good.
The truth is they would rather see the country in chaos than accept the referendum result, with or without a deal.
Ironically, it is their signals to the EU that they can stop Brexit which make a No Deal Brexit more likely.
The dire warnings were of likely outcomes while the previous administration was dragging its heels and actively delaying No Deal preparations.
Under Boris Johnson, there is now a real urgency about planning for the consequences of the EU refusing to negotiate a reasonable deal, and serious money being invested to mitigate the effects if that happens.
It would be unrealistic to say there would be no disruption in the event of a clean-break Brexit, but it would not be the Armageddon that Project Fear promoters would like you to believe.
THE stench of hypocrisy from the 100 MPs who have demanded the recall of Parliament from its summer recess is truly nauseating.
They claim that “the people’s parliament” is needed to deal with Brexit “so that the voices of the people can be heard”, and they question whether Boris Johnson is a true democrat.
The 100 MPs who have demanded the recall of Parliament are absurdly hypocritical, The Sun says[/caption]
This is from politicians intent on sticking two fingers up to the people who voted to leave the EU.
The people’s voice was loud and clear in the 2016 referendum but the arrogant, anti-democratic Remainers refuse to listen.
HOW poignant to see police pause their murder investigation to hold a silence for fallen colleague Pc Andrew Harper, and how shocking to learn of the lack of protection the law affords our brave officers.
New figures show the average sentence for those jailed for assaulting a police officer has fallen every year since 2007 and is now less than nine weeks.
Priti Patel’s pledge to speed up a new police covenant is something we can all get behind[/caption]
We welcome Home Secretary Priti Patel’s vow to speed up a new police covenant and her demand for a crackdown on criminals who attack police.
Only when the courts use the law properly will it act as a real deterrent.