The Guardian view on the reshuffle: weak, weak, weak | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian

Here’s a brilliant, must-read editorial from the Guardian. It highlights that Theresa May does not even have the authority to appoint the ministers she wants, concluding that she is in office, but not in power

Source: The Guardian view on the reshuffle: weak, weak, weak | Editorial | Opinion | The Guardian

The editorial charts out a week of banana skins for Theresa May.

May is increasingly seen as a puppet but we must watch carefully who’s pulling her strings. With her judgement and leadership shot to pieces, it’s a a dangerous time for the UK.

Thoughts?

 

Opinion – Here are 10 good reasons to dread five more years of May | Polly Toynbee | Opinion | The Guardian – John Gelmini

I agree with Dr Alf and not with Polly Toynbee of the Guardian newspaper, which is a paper whose owners practice tax avoidance on an industrial scale whilst promoting harsh redistributive taxation on London and the SouthEast in order to buy Labour votes elsewhere in the country.

The Labour Party under Corbyn is in fact infiltrated by Momentum, a Trotskyite party, which no sane person could possibly vote for because it would bankrupt the country. This happened under Labour Prime Minister Jim Callaghan and his Bilderberg Chancellor Denis Healy, who in response to the question about the state of the country’s finances, said “crisis, what crisis” then stepped onto a plane. The country was at that stage bankrupt and it took Margaret Thatcher to go to the Sultan of Brunai and persuade him to bail the country out.

People who are old enough need to remember that when they come to vote on Thursday and reject the Pinocchio like nonsense from Toynbee, the BBC and the left wing media.

The young need to read up on the past and vote Conservative rather than be conned into believing that something can be had for nothing.

The future of May is a different issue and should be determined by swift and unceremonious removal and replacement by someone with the vision, strategic ability and ruthlessness to promote the country’s interests forcefully and deal sternly with troublesome Muslims, the NHS, the House of Lords, MP numbers, local authorities, the public sector, the police, fire commands, the Scots, Welsh and Northern Irish, quangos and useless civil servants.

Whoever replaces May must deal with fat cat bosses, executive pay in the stratosphere and ineffective performance at every level to compete openly in world markets. Perhaps as Dr Alf would like, we need a genuine one-nation Tory leader.

John Gelmini