Wednesday, 10 May 2017
Labour Croydon's Sarah Jones snapped in disrespectful photo
THE LABOUR PARTY has been torn apart by British Legion big beast Tony Pearson after activists trampled all over a war memorial in Croydon, TBG can sensationally reveal.
Images such as the one above have surfaced over the past couple of days, showing Labour Party and Momentum activists climbing all over a war memorial for a campaign election snap showing complete disregard and disrespect for war heroes.
The photos forced Labour into a grovelling apology in The Sun this week.
Now Royal British Legion chief Tony Pearson has slammed Labour's disrespect as "shocking viewing".
Pearson says: "(War memorials) designed and built in memory of the men and women who gave their lives so that we can enjoy free speech, democracy and diversity in society. This weekend, we saw that not everyone understands or even shares these values."
The Royal British Legion Chairman went on: "There’s just one problem -- Jones and her gang aren’t there to pay their respects.
"The photo has been taken to support a Labour Party campaign day. They are waving Labour placards, laughing, with at least four team members standing on top of the memorial. One even has his arms outstretched as if he’s at an all-night rave.
"In a damage limitation exercise, Jones and her team attempted to play down the scandal, pinning the blame on an over-excited activist. Anyone looking at the photograph could see this was at best being economical with the truth. It’s obvious several Labour members are stood directly on the memorial itself.
"Then came the bombshell: further images were published showing additional Jones supporters standing and waving on the memorial, once again.
"But the key question is, should we be surprised that Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party shows such ignorance towards our armed forces? Corbyn publicly refused to sing the National Anthem during the Battle of Britain service in 2015, and has spent far too much of his political career hobnobbing with representatives from the IRA and Hamas.
"Labour’s ignorance and contempt towards our armed forces is unacceptable."
Tuesday, 9 May 2017
LABOUR Students Committee Chir' in Nottingham, Bethany Barker, has been forced to apologise for posting sensationally ghastly racist tweets referring to a "n****r race" as well as other highly offensive posts about ethnic minorities, Muslims and Jews in disgusting outbursts online.
In one tweet Barker blasted, "I cooked Brandon chicken and rice, supporting the n****r race." In another she says, "My dad said ‘I’m going to black myself up for my birthday tomorrow, and be a n****r for a day'."
In another astonishing tweet Barker says, "I hate BBC One, f*cking c*nts b***k f*cking bitch I hate everyone #MayDay."
According to the Commentator she jokes about a ‘Jew Cap’ and says that Anders Behring Breivik, the murderer, should be ‘slaughtered by Muslims’ in other tweets seen online.
Nottingham Labour students issued a statement saying: "At 2.35pm we were made aware of a series of tweets which Bethany Barker had made on a deleted personal Twitter account, which were of a racist, anti-Semitic and homophobic nature from 2012-14."
Barker followed with the below statement: "As some of you may have seen on Twitter, some screenshots have resurfaced about what have said in the past. I’m absolutely horrified and beyond disgusted about these tweets and they are in no representative of the views I hold now. I have no recollection of writing these tweets and I am unequivocally sorry for the shadow has been brought over our society because of it. These views are in no way with what I align with today and am beyond upset that I could ever say such things. This society has meant so much to me since started university and the Labour Party has been held so strongly in my heart since i've been part of it."
Can it get any worse for Corbyn? Probably.
Monday, 8 May 2017
The local elections in my opinion prove two things.
Firstly that Ukip has become a victim of their own success and secondly that we Conservative eurosceptics were right all along and are still the ones in tune with public opinion.
When I started my involvement in politics and writing in the media in 1992 it was with one aim and one aim only, namely to get Britain out of the EU and all things that think they are better than us in Europe.
By achieving Brexit both I and my friends in Ukip have achieved just that.
Now its a case of standing up to Brussels bureaucrats, who want to hold us to ransom financially, by telling them where to stick their idea of a divorce settlement.
Paul Nutall has the right idea on that - we owe them nothing!
Europe needs us far more than we need them.
Ukip has achieved its goal.
Therefore, at the moment, rebranding should not even be on the cards.
Now is the time for Ukip to bow out in style by pulling out of the General Election and backing Theresa May instead.
If Theresa May fails to deliver then start the rebranding.
Friday, 5 May 2017
LABOUR in Croydon has re-selected Sarah Jones as its candidate in what's claimed as going to be a "brutal battle" to win Croydon Central.
Jones will contest Tory Gavin Barwell's 165 majority earned in the 2015 General Election.
According to reports a very excited Andrew Pelling turned up to "photobomb" the celebratory snaps with Jones and Labour Council Chief Tony Newman. The Commentator claims an "over-excited Andrew Pelling was waving a sign and stood on his tiptoes, keen to ensure his face appeared in the official snaps."
Pelling, who now serves as a Labour Councillor, previously held the seat of Croydon Central when he represented the Tories before having the whip withdrawn over serious allegations from his ex-wife.
The same publication also points out that "Pelling isn’t the only concern haunting the Croydon Labour Party." In a recent interview with local newspaper The Croydon Advertiser Croydon North MP Steve Reed apparently asked voters to back Labour regardless of Jeremy Corbyn being leader.
The party's candidate for the north of the borough, Reed, resigned his position as Shadow Minister for Local Government last June claiming that Mr Corbyn's performance in the Brexit referendum would lead to "electoral annihilation".
Thursday, 4 May 2017
WESTMINSTER has been buzzing since the revelations that a popular young Tory will be joining the GE2017 campaign trail as a candidate.
Notorious for their animosity, sources at the Sports and Social were recently overhead making certain remarks alluding to an alleged outburst by a former Conservative Future [CF] National Deputy Chairman, whom one Tory claimed has "been trying to gain momentum as a career politician for years."
One Tory source gleefully commented: "Yet again the Tory party girl has pipped her old enemy to the post and it's safe to say that this SpAd is less than amused and has been making this known to as many party members as possible, arranging a meeting with CCHQ for early next week."
In other exclusive Tory Party news, a source inside No.10 told TBG that leaked documents from CCHQ "show the names of which millennials from the CF world are thinking of taking their Blue ties to another level."
Cllr Alicia Denny has quit UKIP with immediate effect and joined the ruling Conservative administration on Portsmouth City Council.
Cllr Denny said, "I am extremely proud to have been one of the first half dozen UK Independence Party members elected to Portsmouth City Council and I believe that, as a group and individually, in a short time we have made a positive contribution to the city’s life."
"However, for myself, I have decided that, following the European Union referendum, I will best be able to represent the people of Portsmouth, and particularly my Copnor residents, by joining the majority Conservative Party and support colleagues in that party in their aspirations for this great city of ours.
"As a passionate believer in democracy, who worked for more than 20 years to achieve a referendum on Britain’s EU membership, I have confidence in Theresa May as a Prime Minister and in Councillor Donna Jones as Leader of the city council that they both have the genuine interests of the people they represent at heart."
Cllr Donna Jones, Leader of the Portsmouth City Council and Conservative Group Leader said, "We are delighted to welcome Alicia to the Conservative Party. Alicia has worked closely with our administration over the last three years and this is a natural step for her following the referendum on Britain's membership of the European Union last year. Being one of only three cities in the UK run by the Conservatives means Alicia's membership is a significant one strengthening our position to deliver change."
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