John Major: NHS at risk from Brexit ‘pythons’ Johnson and Gove | Politics | The Guardian

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In this excellent article, the Guardian reports former UK prime minister launching outspoken attack on leave campaign, calling it ‘depressing and awful’ and Boris Johnson a ‘court jester’.

Source: John Major: NHS at risk from Brexit ‘pythons’ Johnson and Gove | Politics | The Guardian

Personally, I think that John Major has a strong point. The leaders’ of the Brexit campaign have not been honest with the UK public.

For my own views on Brexit, open this link.

We can expect the campaign to get increasingly negative as both sides are living on a knife edge with latest polls favoring Brexit.

Also the pound is under severe pressure in the foreign exchange markets this morning.


One response

  1. I watched Sir John Major delivering this verdict on Brexit and on Boris Johnson and Ian Duncan Smith, the NHS and his thoughts on loyalty.

    I also remember an ashen faced Norman Lamont and John Major after “Black Wednesday”, which was precipitated by George Soros, the American financier and billionaire, and wreaked economic havoc on the UK. This is the same John Major who made sure that we stayed out of the ERM and who later became a Director of the Carlyle Group, the military industrial company, based in New York which acquired Qinetic a former defence firm which used to be part of the MOD. The company was acquired for next to nothing and its directors allegedly became multi millionaires overnight, whilst the UK taxpayer had to absorb the loss. Sir John Major may have identified Boris Johnson correctly as a “Court Jester” but whilst some of what he said was true as Dr Alf says, I cannot buy everything he says based on his previous actions and disregard for UK taxpayers which I can vividly remember.

    The NHS is in dire trouble anyway and will financially implode because of overmanning, poor procurement and abuse by pensioners, hypochondriacs and malingerers. Unless it is abolished and replaced it will not matter whether the UK Remains or Brexits.

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