Wednesday, 31 July 2019

Britain can be Great Again



Well done Boris Johnson for saying that we should blame the EU if we quit with no Deal. (Daily Express, 31st July 2019, p8-9).

Boris is yet again absolutely bang on.

The fact of the matter is that the the EU and the Irish want to have their cake and eat it by trapping the UK in an undemocratic backstop that would prevent us from being free from the shackles of Brussels bureaucrats.

The British people voted to Leave and the EU and Irish need to recognise that.

Far from the claims of the doom mongers, it is once we are out that business will thrive, trade deals can take place and Britain can be great again.

Tuesday, 30 July 2019

Mayor Khan Peddling 'Fake News' in Online Ads



LONDON Mayor Sadiq Khan has been accused of peddling "fake news" in ads targeted at Londoners claiming that Tory Mayoral candidate Shaun Bailey will scrap their Freedom Pass, TBG can reveal.

The Conservative candidate sensationally called the ads "bullsh*t" in a tweet blasting Khan and demanding he apologise.

Bailey said: "Sadiq Khan is £££ to micro-target a LIE on Facebook. This is 💯 fake news. Khan is trying to scare older voters. For shame.(sic)"

"Khan should end his online campaign and apologise."



Monday, 29 July 2019

The Rock Praises 'Cousin' Boris Johnson



THE ROCK (Dwayne Johnson) has heaped praise on Britain's new Prime Minister Boris Johnson after revealing on GMB they were in fact cousins, TBG can sensationally reveal.

Rumours swirled around the wrestling forums this past week about the two being related. The Rock, used to being anything for everyone; especially his fans, backed up these claims on Good Morning Britain (GMB).

Obvious joking aside, The Rock did seriously praise BoJo for his speech on the steps of Downing Street (right).

However, a few Lefties climbed on board The Rock's Twitter account layed the smack-down and delivered a Rock Bottom to Dwayne Johnson and he quickly deleted his tweet. He was out for the count, very unlike The Rock.

If he backed down so easily in the WWE he'd have definitely stayed as jobber Rocky Maivia and not had great moments with the likes of Stone Cold Steve Austin, Triple H and Hollywood Hulk Hogan - all three of whom are definitely sound.

The Rock used to have the peoples elbow and be the peoples champion but now Britain has the peoples PM.



Pompey Tories Deny Secret Plot with Brexit Party


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PORTSMOUTH Conservatives have denied a sensational report in today's Portsmouth News that the city's Tories are believed to be plotting a secret deal with the Brexit Party, TBG can reveal.

Portsmouth South candidate and Brexiteer Donna Jones tweeted that the article is "Not true!"

The News earlier claimed that former Defence Secretary, Penny Mordaunt and Jones "want an alliance!"

The paper said "the pair are considering a ‘joint strategy’ on a potential campaign, which will see Ms Mordaunt battling to keep her Portsmouth North seat and Councillor Jones fighting to overthrow Labour’s Stephen Morgan in Portsmouth South."

EXCLUSIVE: Kipper Candidate Blocked by Brexit Party



FORMER Ukip councillor and Parliamentary candidate who jumped ship to the Brexit Party after the European Elections has been blocked from being a candidate for the Brexit Party, TBG can sensationally reveal.

John Perry from Hayling Island was given the news two weeks ago and put's it down to "his success in Ukip."

Yet despite winning the 2014 European Elections in Havant Borough and polling 20.6% of the vote in 2015, his vote share plummeted to just 4.3% in 2017.

TBG understands that European Parliament candidate and Hampshire businessman Chris Ellis is now favourite to stand in either Havant or Portsmouth North for the Brexit Party.

Ellis was one of the 100 candidates revealed by Nigel Farage at a rally in Birmingham recently.

Saturday, 27 July 2019

We Owe the EU Nothing



Well done Boris Johnson for standing up for the millions who voted to Leave the EU and to the Brussels bureaucrats who think they can get their own way.

Boris is absolutely right to threaten to withhold the £39 billion EU pay off too.

We owe the EU nothing.

All they have done over the years is add misery to UK businesses with their bureaucracy.

Boris should not back down either.

If the EU don’t want to do business then he should prorogue Parliament until November and leave without a deal.

Then, in my opinion, he would be a racing certainty to win the next election and steer our country to glorious times ahead.

He’s guaranteed my vote too!




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