Thursday, 21 November 2019
PRIME Minister Boris Johnson has been in Bedfordshire this morning as he promises at least one million new homes in the next 5 years.
Labour promise 100,000 new council houses a year by 2024.
However, TBG earlier discovered that in Wales (where Labour is in government) they have built just 57 new council homes in the last year.
Boris Johnson told TBG “I very much enjoyed my visit to Bedford this afternoon and the opportunity to meet with shoppers on the high street and stall holders at the market.”
“I’m Looking forward to tucking in to my Bedfordshire clanger!”
“Many thanks to Richard Fuller for suggesting I visit.”
Fuller held the seat for the Conservatives from 2010 to 2017.
JEREMY Corbyn is sensationally being accused of censorship, TBG can reveal.
The accusations came from national newspaper writers for the way they were treated at Labour’s manifesto launch.
Sun political editor Tom Newton Dunn tweeted: “Corbyn stops taking questions from journalists after only 3 national newspapers, and reverts to hearing from friendly party activists.”
“Scrutiny not by the many but the few!”
Another journalist, ITV News Scotland correspondent Harry Smith said: “This is nothing short of censorship and news manipulation.”
TBG can sensationally reveal that former Chancellor George Osborne has infuriated the Tories by threatening to vote for the Lib Dems.
Mr Osborne is on record calling Sam Gyimah “a bright and sensible candidate.”
However, TBG understands that in tomorrow’s Spectator the former Chancellor will go one step further by saying that “old habits die hard.”
He also accuses the Conservatives of “straying from the mainstream.”
Osborne was behind the Treasury’s Remain Campaign and Project Fear In 2016 and had privately called the referendum “bloody stupid!”
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BORIS JOHNSON is to promise £5billion to ease the current crisis in social care, TBG can sensationally reveal.
Our Downing Street source says that the general election manifesto will include the pledge as a step towards overhauling the system.
The move is designed to make good on the Prime Minister pledge, made outside Downing Street on his first day in his job, to “end the injustice” of families being forced to sell property to pay for the soaring costs of caring for the elderly and disabled.
Health and Social Care Secretary Matt Hancock told TBG - “I feel deeply just how important the family home is to people who have worked hard in life deserve to be able to pass something on to their children.”
“So I am determined to end the injustice of people having to sell their home to pay for care.”
Wednesday, 20 November 2019
THE Liberal Democrats have deselected a practising Catholic as an election candidate after concluding that “his values diverge from ours”, TBG can sensationally reveal.
Robert Flello was ditched as the prospective parliamentary candidate for the Stoke-on-Trent South constituency just 36 hours after the party named his as their choice.
TBG understands that his voting record against abortion and same-sex marriage were the cause of his deselection.
A Lib Dem source said “We do our best to screen candidates in our approval process.”
“In this case it only really became clear over the past few hours how greatly his values diverge from ours.”
Mr Flello, who only joined the Lib Dems in September said that his deselection signalled intolerance within the Party of anyone willing to live by the faith they profess.
The move is likely to upset former Lib Dem leader Tim Farron who is also a Christian.
BORIS Johnson today announced that flood-hit homes and businesses will be eligible for Government grants of up to £5,000 for new resilience measures.
He told the Yorkshire Post “There is something uniquely traumatic about being forced from your home by floods.”
“You endure the shock of seeing your property engulfed by water.”
“Then you leave your life behind and you know that nothing will return to normal without a long and costly clean-up.”
“Across England 1,000 properties have been flooded, the vast majority of which – 70 per cent - are in Yorkshire.”
“When I visited Fishlake, waterlogged fields and flooded homes lay all around.”
“St Cuthbert’s church was filled with donated food, clothes and bottled water.”
“We must do everything possible to protect against future flooding and speed up the recovery time.”
"So I can announce today that flood-hit homes and businesses will be eligible for Government grants of up to £5,000 for new resilience measures."
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