Wednesday 21 February 2024

A Blatant Attempt To Seek Revenge

Twice at Prime Minister's Questions, Rishi Sunak declined to defend Kemi Badenoch against the allegations of Henry Staunton. If Staunton is telling the truth, then Badenoch has lied to Parliament.

But it was clear from Ben Bradshaw's question that the grown men's penises in little girls' changing rooms brigade had seen its opportunity to be rid of Badenoch. Not that she has ever been any use against it.

Sunak has always been unreliable on this issue. If he did need to replace Badenoch, then whom would he appoint as Minister for Women and Equalities? Thank goodness that George Galloway will soon be back in the House of Commons. Prepare to be held to account.

When I tell you that there is going to be a hung Parliament, then you can take that to the bank. I spent the 2005 Parliament saying that it was psephologically impossible for the Heir to Blair's Conservative Party to win an overall majority. I predicted a hung Parliament on the day that the 2017 General Election was called, and I stuck to that, entirely alone, all the way up to the publication of the exit poll eight long weeks later. And on the day that Sunak became Prime Minister, I predicted that a General Election between him and Keir Starmer would result in a hung Parliament.

To strengthen families and communities by securing economic equality and international peace through the democratic political control of the means to those ends, including national and parliamentary sovereignty, we need to hold the balance of power. Owing nothing to either main party, we must be open to the better offer. There does, however, need to be a better offer. Not a lesser evil, which in any case the Labour Party is not.


  1. If Sunak were a proper conservative, the post of 'Minister for Women and Equalities' (invented by New Labour) would be abolished.

    1. No one on the Left knows what "Equalities" means. Or we do, and that is the problem with it. But ah, that "proper conservative" thing. You need former Labour MPs, whose views have not changed, to stand for your republican parties, and even then they come third.

      Liz Truss and Kemi Badenoch have both been Minister for Women and Equalities. It is one of your bailiwicks, as anyone who understands these things knows that it would be. What have you done with it?

  2. "You need former Labour MPs, whose views have not changed,"

    Their views have changed-that's why they're "former" Labour MPs, and wouldn't be allowed back in (like anyone else with patriotic conservative views of any kind). There used to be the odd socially conservative Labour MP like Austin Mitchell, but the Left is far more intolerant of any social conservatism now.

    1. Danczuk? You haven't a clue. Literally not the first clue. And his latest party wants to legalise drugs. Of course.