Tuesday, 4 September 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Drummond Thought Data Breach was 'Political Posturing'

It's an issue that has this past weekend rocked the Portsmouth South Conservatives.

TBG can sensationally reveal that former MP Flick Drummond did not even know about data being stolen and passed on to UKIP by Geoff Brooking until she read about it on TBG.

The former MP thought that all her computers were secure and password protected.

A source told TBG: "Even when TBG reported the story, which has since been reported to police but dropped due to lack of evidence, Drummond thought it was political posturing."

Yet TBG can sensationally report that questions are now being asked at the highest level why a whole set of computers were left unlocked whilst Drummond went out campaigning with manager Glynne Bennett so that UKIP plant Brooking could copy a whole set of campaign data and pass it on to UKIP HQ in Devon.

Another source told TBG: "This is a major breach of security which could even leave Portsmouth South Conservatives liable under the Data Protection Act themselves."

However, it didn't stop Brooking from meeting association officers and openly discussing bringing down Theresa May in the Southsea branch of Costa only last Saturday.

One customer told TBG: "They were openly chatting about when Jacob Rees Mogg is going to pull the trigger."

"It was really entertaining stuff!"

Sunday, 5 August 2018

Farage for Peterborough

FORMER UKIP Leader Nigel Farage may be plotting an amazing return to frontline politics if a by-election is triggered in Peterborough, TBG can sensationally reveal.

Sources in UKIP have told political editor and UKIP activist Geoff Brooking that if Brexit is not back on track soon, Farage will seek to return as Leader of UKIP and if Labour MP Fiona Onasanya is forced to stand down over charges of perverting the course of justice, Farage will seek to be UKIP candidate in a by election there rather than in South Thanet where Craig Mackinlay and two former Tory aides are facing trial of knowingly making false declarations in relation to expenses or aiding and abetting or encouraging or assisting such offences.

Last week, former Tory MP Stewart Jackson, who held Peterborough for the Tories from 2005-2017 and was chief of staff to the former Brexit Secretary until recently said he will NOT be seeking to be Tory candidate in Peterborough next time.

Over 60 per cent voted Brexit in Peterborough in 2016.

Thursday, 19 July 2018

The Lack of Direction the Tories Face Under Theresa May

Boris Johnson’s resignation statement underlines the sad lack of direction the Tories face under Theresa May.

His assertion that it is not too late to change tactics was too little and too late.

If Boris thinks we can change tactics then why won’t he put his money where his mouth is and challenge Theresa May for the leadership of the Tory Party?

Surely he’s not afraid of losing?

There were more than enough MPs in the House of Commons chamber to get him on the final membership list!

Or has he missed his own Portillo moment just like the former Defence Secretary did when John Major hit rock bottom in 1995?

So at a time when Britain needs a leader with a De Gaulle betrayal narrative all Boris can do is commentate from the sidelines.

All I can say is bring back Nigel Farage because if anything would put the fear of dread into Tory traitors it would be Farage tub thumping up and down the land again!

Friday, 13 July 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Tories Preparing For Snap Autumn Poll

THE CONSERVATIVES are preparing for a snap Autumn Election, TBG can sensationally reveal.

Sources have told TBG that 1922 Committee Chairman Graham Brady is so close to the numbers required to trigger a vote of no confidence in Theresa May that he has been asking some MPs to withdraw already submitted letters.

It's thought that arch eurosceptics like Jacob Rees Mogg want more time so that May can surrender more power to Brussels before triggering the vote.

Mogg is said to privately believe that if the confidence vote was too soon, May could cause even more turmoil by winning.

However, if May surrendered more power to Brussels and further resignations took place, she would be, according to one former MP, "toast".

Boris Johnson is joint favourite to succeed May as Tory Leader after resigning as Foreign Secretary on Monday.

However, whilst Johnson is joint favourite to lead the Tories, Jeremy Corbyn is the new bookies favourite to be next PM and lead the country.

Hence that fact that Tory election strategists close to David Davis and Boris Johnson are said by one former MP to be planning for a snap General Election in order to cash in on any possible popularity boost after the inevitable leadership contest.

Tuesday, 26 June 2018

UKIP Plant Stole Tory Data

On the second anniversary of the Brexit referendum recently TBG’s Geoff Brooking sensationally revealed that he was a UKIP plant in the Tories too.

In a letter to the Portsmouth News, Brooking admits that he sensationally stole data from computers belonging to former Portsmouth South MP Flick Drummond and anonymously posted the data to UKIP HQ in Devon.

Brooking told TBG: “If Flick wants to prosecute me then she’s welcome!”

“I will only go down as a martyr for Brexit.”

Former MP Drummond is said to be livid at the admission from Brooking, a figure she once trusted.

Brooking told TBG: “Flick always thought that the data had been passed on to the Lib Dem’s.”

“She never suspected me and certainly didn’t suspect the data had been passed on to UKIP.”

The data included canvass returns and survey results conducted in the run up to 2015.

“All I can say to Flick is Happy Birthday Brexit!”

Thursday, 21 June 2018

May is ‘Most Stressed’ party leader, according to Brits

THERESA MAY has had the most stressful year of all three of the main party leaders, TBG can sensationally reveal.

The PM topped the poll of 2,000 voters from Perkbox after a disastrous snap election and a series of political troubles in the last 12 months. In total, 53 per cent of voters cited Theresa May as having the most stressful year, compared with just 14 per cent for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Vince Cable apparently had an easy ride as Liberal Democrat leader with only 3 per cent saying he’d had the most stressful year.

However, when asked which leader had been treated the worst by their party colleagues, Corbyn was identified by nearly a third of voters (32 per cent) compared with 26 per cent for May. The poll also asked voters to assess the work ethic of their local MP. On a regional breakdown, Londoners said their MPs had the strongest work ethic.

Saurav Chopra , Cofounder and CEO of Perkbox told TBG, “The job of a party leader has long been seen as a high pressure role, but it appears to have been a particularly rough ride for Theresa May and Jeremy Corbyn this year, with the latter being treated the worst by his party colleagues according to our poll.”

Tuesday, 19 June 2018

EXCLUSIVE: Boris and Hammond in NHS Funding 'Piffle' Ding-Dong

BORIS JOHNSON and Philip Hammond have sensationally clashed at cabinet in what Boris called "An all out attack on the Brexit dividend" and described Chancellor Hammond's rejection of extra cash for other government departments as "piffle", TBG can exclusively reveal.

Whispers have reached TBG that Foreign Sec Boris had pushed so hard for extra NHS cash, announced by the Prime Minister this past weekend, that when calmly approached the Chancellor "Almost blew his top" when reacting to other budget requests, sources have revealed.

Philip Hammond told other colleagues that there was "No cash left", which apparently enraged Boris Johnson who launched the scathing verbal tirade in the Chancellor's direction.

One Tory source told TBG: "The Chancellor went all reddish and green at his gills, it was quite revealing that he maybe losing his grip on the PM. However all parties enjoyed the fresh coffee and locally sourced iced ringed doughnuts."

No.10 insiders reckon the clash between the Remain-Camp and Brexiteers in Cabinet certainly wont be the last, but it is thought that Prime Minister Theresa May seems more determined than ever to make Brexit a success for country and Party.

Monday, 18 June 2018

Uproar as Controversial Brexiteer Shouts Down Sour Faced Soubry

TORY BREXITEER Geoff Brooking threw a grenade at the Remoaners last week. The Portsmouth based political activist was sensationally booted out of Westminster for shouting down remainer MP and trouble maker Anna Soubry.

Scenes which forced the Broxtowe MP to cut short an interview with Jo Coburn and Nigel Evans.

In scenes which were broadcast Live on the Daily Politics, Brooking accused Soubry of being a Remoaner and demanded that she accept the outcome of the referendum.

Brooking was then sensationally heard calling for all Remoaners trying to block Brexit to be "hung for treachery".

And tonight Brooking told reporters from The Times that this was not the end of the matter and promised more stunts to come unless Brexit is fully implemented.

Last week SNP MPs walked out of PMQs in protest at the way the Brexit bill had been debated.

Sunday, 17 June 2018

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