Saturday, 30 November 2019
DENNIS Skinner's election campaign office in Bolsover has been vandalised twice in a week, TBG can sensationally reveal.
A message about immigration appeared on an outside wall of the Station Road building on Sunday.
Now someone has painted "Conseratve" over the top - presumably an attempt at writing Conservative.
The veteran Labour politician has been Bolsover's MP since 1970.
Friday, 29 November 2019
A Lib Dem activist who claims to be an expert pollster and makes money from betting on elections is in hot water, TBG can sensationally reveal.
Three misleading letters to voters have gone out recently.
The 2017 result in Penistone and Stocksbridge was this:
Yet, according to this letter [above] sent out and signed by Smithson, it’s between Labour and the Lib Dems.
Another letter TBG has seen in Warwick and Leamington saying its a Lib Dems/Labour race when the Lib Dems were actually in third and 23,000 behind the winning Conservatives candidate.
And in the City of Durham he claims it’s a Lib Dem/Labour race when in actual fact the Lib Dems were third again and 21,000 behind winning candidate in 2017.
TBG can sensationally reveal that former Labour MP Gisela Stuart has this morning announced that she will be voting Conservative.
She was joined by Michael Gove and Boris Johnson for a press conference earlier.
At the press conference Boris Johnson said he has a "Brexit roadmap.”
There will be a New state aid regime to make sure the government can intervene to protect jobs when industry is in trouble.
His government will also be Changing procurement policy to promote local economies.
And there will be a ‘Buy British' rule for public bodies which will benefit farmers.
SHOCKING video from 2011 has emerged of Jeremy Corbyn telling Iranian TV that the BBC is biased “towards Israel having a right to exist”, TBG can sensationally reveal.
This morning it’s reignited the anti-Semitism row after the Labour leader's refused to apologise for abuse of Jewish people by his own party activists.
In the interview with Tehran-backed channel Press TV, which has since been banned from operating in the UK, Mr Corbyn attacks the British broadcaster's coverage of issues in the Middle East.
He also claims that the then BBV director general Mark Thompson had “an agenda.”
Mr Corbyn is also quoted as saying “I think there is a bias [in the BBC] towards saying that Israel has a democracy in the Middle East, that Israel has a right to exist, and that Israel has its security concerns.”
“There seems to be a great deal of pressure on the BBC from the Israeli government and the Israeli embassy and they are very assertive towards all journalists,”
“They challenge every single thing on reporting the whole time.”
THE SNP has just withdrawn support for Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath candidate Neale Hanvey.
Neale Hanvey, who is standing in Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath, has become the first Nationalist in the 2019 general election to be dropped over comments allegedly made on Facebook.
Kirsten Oswald, SNP Business Convener, told TBG:
“Antisemitism has no place in Scotland, and no place in the SNP.”
“All political parties have a duty to show leadership, and to take tough action.”
In the 2017 General Election Labour won the constituency with 36.8% of the vote compared to the SNP's 36.3%.
Hot on the heels of a source telling TBG that Labour are now pinning their hopes on a group of candidates who have ironically been reviled by sections of the party for their position on Brexit, TBG can sensationally reveal that the Unite Leader, Len McCluskey, has told Radio 4 that Labour needs to explain to Leave voters why they are the only party who can address the problems that led them to vote for Brexit in the first place.
They actually stopped the party taking a harder remain position.
McCluskey told The World At One - “Whatever their concerns that made them vote Leave, won’t change with a Tory government.”
“So our message is a strong one.”
“Come home to Labour.”
TBG can see such patronising gov knows best behaviour going down like a lead balloon in the coming days.
Thursday, 28 November 2019
YESTERDAY it was Corbyn getting desperate with his NHS lies and today it’s Jo Swinson’s turn.
The Liberal Democrat leader has launched a bitter attack on Boris Johnson accusing him of "patronising sexist crap" and offending and threatening entire communities.
Swinson said he had dragged the office of prime minister “through the mud.”
“His life has been about becoming prime minister.”
“Boris Johnson doesn’t care about you and your family."
What a laughing stock Jeremy Corbyn and his Shadow Cabinet have become.
The party is now pinning it’s hopes on a group of candidates who have ironically been reviled by sections of the party for their position on Brexit.
What on earth makes Jeremy think that he and a group of hard core Remainers in the Shadow Cabinet are going to turn it around when they don’t even have a credible Brexit option?
The former MPs he is now said to be going to help out actually stopped the party taking a harder remain position.
Therefore, the Labour Shadow Cabinet will be about as welcome in Leave voting areas as Donald Trump would be at City Hall in London.
They should not fall for Labour’s lies.
HOT on the heels of his Car Crash interview with Andrew Neil, TBG can sensationally reveal that Jeremy Corbyn has decided to not take part in two television debates he was scheduled for later this week.
The first one was due to take place tonight on Sky News and the second on BBC1 tomorrow.
Rebecca Long-Bailey, the shadow business secretary, is now taking Mr Corbyn’s place on Friday but Sky’s debate scheduled for tonight has been cancelled.
HE'S been an MP for 40 years and was due to become Father of the House after the election.
Yet TBG can sensationally reveal that Dennis Skinner is one of the Labour MPs set to lose their seat based upon last night's election poll.
Despite winning by 5,288 with 51.9% of the vote in 2017, the Conservatives only need a 5.7% swing to take it this time and You Gov says they will.
Other names set to lose include Mohammad Yasin in Bedford, Helen Goodman in Bishop Auckland, Gordon Marsden in Blackpool South, Ivan Lewis in Bury South, and Thelma Walker in Colne Valley.
LABOUR has removed one of its general election candidates over allegations that she made anti-Semitic posts on Facebook.
Safia Ali had been due to stand for the party in the Falkirk seat in next month's election.
A new super poll of 100,000 people taken on Tuesday in every constituency points to a Conservative majority of 68.
The poll by You Gov for The Times, which predicted the 2017 result suggests the following vote share.
Lib Dems 14%
Brexit Party 3%
The casualties for Labour would include Dennis Skinner in Bolsover and Caroline Flint in Don Valley.
Other Tory gains include:
West Bromwich East
Vale of Clwyd
West Bromwich West
Wolverhampton North East Wolverhampton South West
Crewe & Nantwich
Penistone and Stocksbridge
The Lib Dems are forecasted for a net gain of one.
They would gain Sheffield Hallam, Cheltenham, Richmond Park and St Albans from the Tories but would lose Eastbourne and North Norfolk to the Conservatives and one of its Scottish seats to the SNP.
Tories Paul Masterton in East Renfrewshire and Stephen Kerr in Stirling are forecast to lose in Scotland.
Boris Johnson is forecast to hold Uxbridge comfortably.
Wednesday, 27 November 2019
HOT on the heels of his car crash performance with Andrew Neil last night, Jeremy Corbyn today threw what many people are seeing as his last throw of the dice to become PM.
So far though it has failed spectacularly.
Not only are the claims of the NHS on the table in US trade talks completely false but they have no credibility too.
Hence Corbyn failed to get anything like the media coverage he wanted on the day the SNP took to the airwaves to launch their manifesto.
Boris Johnson has responded in Cornwall and has given a cast-iron guarantee that the NHS including drug patents will not be on the table in US trade talks.
Boris told TBG “Our NHS will not be on the table for any trade negotiations.”
“We are protecting and strengthening our NHS with more investment and an Australian style, points-based immigration system.”
IT'S emerged that Labour will pay the £58 billion for WASPI women compensation by more borrowing.
Hence, this transcript [above] of an interview between John McDonnell and Kevin Larkin from BBC Radio Leeds recorded in Meltham near Huddersfield this afternoon.
TBG has seen extracts of an interview that McDonnell gave in Huddersfield yesterday where he stated that it would be paid by more borrowing that ironically would break European law.
Corbyn has stated that his government would use "reserves" to fund the payments, which we all know would not exist under a Corbyn premiership.
Tuesday, 26 November 2019
I always thought Jeremy Corbyn was a man out of his depth in politics and tonight Andrew Neil has just confirmed my suspicions.
Andrew Neil ran rings around the Labour leader for whom sorry seems to be the hardest word.
Corbyn was so evasive and completely uncertain in his answers too.
He clearly had no idea how to pay for everything he has promised.
His financial policies were exposed as nonsense.
Hence, the utter mess he would put our country in.
He couldn't apologise as regards anti Semitic behaviour in his party.
He clearly doesn't know that government bonds are not debt.
What’s more, he couldn't answer ANY questions put to him.
Yet this man wants to be Prime Minister.
No thank you!
THE Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been visiting Norwich airport in a constituency the Conservatives held by just 507 votes at the 2017 election.
Mr Johnson has been at the Norwich International Aviation Academy which was built to train the next generation of aviation professionals.
BORIS Johnson today launched another staunch defence of the Union by ruling out a second referendum under a majority Conservative government.
The Prime Minister hailed “the most successful union of the last 300 years” as he waved the party manifesto above his head to a cheering audience.
Mr Johnson said that Scotland has been "trapped like a lion in a cage" for the past decade amid division over independence and compared the country to a "super-green supercar blocked in the traffic" as he pledged to put an end to the constitutional arguments.
“You can see the way ahead.”
“You know where you want to go.”
“And you know why you are stuck."
"I can guarantee that we will reject any request from the SNP Government to hold an independence referendum.”
“There will be no negotiation.”
“We will mark that letter return to sender and be done with it."
TBG can sensationally reveal that a second religious leader has today voiced concern at Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, said the rabbi's intervention should “alert us to the deep sense of insecurity and fear felt by many British Jews.”
Earlier today, both religious leaders were subjected to a vicious backlash on social media, with Rabbi Mirvis branded a “sewer rat” amidst anti Semitic claims of Israeli interference in the election which is without any proof.
Mr Welby said: “That the Chief Rabbi should be compelled to make such an unprecedented statement at this time ought to alert us to the deep sense of insecurity and fear felt by many British Jews.”
FORMER Deputy PM Michael Heseltine is the latest former Tory MP to encourage people to back the Lib Dems, TBG can sensationally reveal.
He says Boris Johnson Johnson is selling voters a “grand delusion” that he could deliver Brexit by the end of January.
Appearing at a panel event alongside expelled Tories Dominic Grieve, Anne Milton and David Gauke last night, the peer urged lifelong Conservative voters to abandon the party at the ballot box.
Heseltine has weighed in again this morning telling Radio 4 Today - “I can’t vote for people who are going to make the country poorer.”
Hard to imagine this is the same Lord Heseltine who paved the way for Boris Johnson to become MP for Henley in June 2001.
THERE'S been an unprecedented attack on Jeremy Corbyn by Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis, TBG can sensationally reveal.
He says anti-semitism in Labour is not just "a failure of procedure" but "a failure of leadership".
He claims that a new poison has taken hold “sanctioned from the very top” saying, “The way in which the leadership of the Labour Party has dealt with anti-Jewish racism is incompatible with the British values of which we are so proud.”
His intervention in The Times and Daily Mail comes as Labour announces its race and faith manifesto.
Not an easy day ahead for the party’s leader who has to face Andrew Neil at 7:00pm tonight too.
Monday, 25 November 2019
It may be the middle of an election campaign but that hasn’t stopped the infighting for the heart and soul of LabourAS Corbyn seems to be going down so badly on the doorstep plans are already in place to replace him with John McDonnell straight after the election, TBG can sensationally reveal.
Mayhar Tousi gives a great profile of McDonnell’s ultra left agenda in the above video.
TBG has reservations about if he could scrape the numbers together for a serious pop at the leadership though.
This is because a huge array of Corbyn’s left wing base which would ultimately back McDonnell are either from marginal constituencies or from seats who voted Brexit and are now under the threat of a Boris landslide.
Whatever the case though, divided parties do not win elections and Labour are currently as divided as ever.
ANOTHER former Tory MP has switched his support to the Liberal Democrats today.
Ian Taylor, the former Esher MP from 1987 to 2010, tweeted earlier today to say that Brexit has scrambled traditional party allegiances and loyalties and that as a result he is backing Liberal Democrat Monica Harding who is standing against Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab.
He also issued the statement above to TBG.
TBG recently ran a story suggesting Raab is in trouble.
Our source told TBG this morning that even though the Tories believe they are 3,000 votes ahead of the Lib Dem’s, should half of the predicted 7,000 Labour voters switch tactically then a change could be on the cards.
Mr Taylor has also given his backing to former Tory Anne Milton who is standing as an independent candidate in nearby Guildford.
AN anti-Brexit campaigner was yesterday pulled over on to the hard shoulder of the M25 and ordered to remove a political slogan from his car.
Essex Police said the slogan “Bollocks To Brexit” amounted to a public order offence.
They insisted the passenger removed the signage on the hard shoulder on the M25 near Brentwood.
THE Conservative Party's general election candidate for Lincoln has apologised for retweeting comments made by people with far-right views.
The tweets were found by a campaign group which labels itself as an anti-fascist group.
It says Karl McCartney retweeted posts made by right-wing campaigners, including Tommy Robinson.
In a statement, Mr McCartney said he apologised "unreservedly".
"In no way do I endorse the tweets or the accounts behind them.”
“I accept retweeting them was ill-judged and could cause offence.”
"This divisive figure has no place in our politics or public life.”
BORIS is currently in North Wales ahead of the Welsh Manifesto launch.
The Prime Minister is expected to promise an "ambitious" growth deal to create an economic boost for communities living along the Wales-England border.
The Marches Growth Deal includes a specific focus on improving cross-border road infrastructure.
THINGS are going from bad to worse for Corbyn this morning.
Even the former Labour Prime Minister Tony Blair has just warned that it would be "unwise" for the UK to support Labour getting into power.
Mr Blair accused Labour of "peddling fantasies.”
He said a Corbyn government would “pose a risk it would be unwise for the country to take.”
And speaking of the Labour manifesto Mr Blair added - “It promises a revolution; and if implemented it would indeed amount to one.”
“The problem with revolutions is never how they begin but how they end”, he told a Reuters event in London.
Sunday, 24 November 2019
A Barnsley councillor is the subject of a police investigation after offering free food at his fish and chip shop if Labour’s two Barnsley MPs lose their seats in Parliament to the Brexit Party, TBG can sensationally reveal.
David Wood, who is a member of Penistone Town Council posted the offer on Twitter.
"Treating" is not allowed under the Representation of the People Act 1983.
A South Yorkshire Police spokesman confirmed the force has received two complaints regarding the matter.
BORIS Johnson launched his party’s manifesto earlier today by pledging £897m a year to increase the pool of NHS nurses by 50,000 by 2023 and reinstate the recently scrapped bursary.
The Prime Minister said that there will be 6,000 more doctors in GP surgeries and 6,000 more primary care staff such as physiotherapists and pharmacists.
Boris Johnson also pledged not to raise taxes and to 'get Brexit done' before Christmas.
On hospital parking in England, parking will become free for people with disabilities, frequent outpatients, parents of sick children staying overnight and NHS staff working night shifts.
Indeed, Conservative manifesto spending pledges are on a totally different scale and to Labour’s.
They plan to increase day to day spending by £3 billion a year with most of it going to NHS.
Labour plans an extra £95 billion a year including this morning’s promise to compensate WASPI.
Boris Johnson’s promise to raise the 40% income tax threshold from £50,000 to £80,000 doesn’t make the manifesto.
It’s not even an “ambition.”
Maybe it died in a ditch?
The single biggest element of capital spending by Tories is £3.2bn on research and development, including finding treatment for dementia.
Boris Johnson told TBG: "We've got a deal that as I say is ready to go, let's get on and do it.”
“That I think is the way to bring our country together and to enable us all to focus on the priorities that we care about, particularly the NHS."
LABOUR'S heartlands are now under severe threat as Boris Johnson’s poll surge continues, TBG can sensationally reveal.
Labour voters seem set for a huge revolt in the North and the Midlands against Jeremy Corbyn's bid to block Brexit.
Even Labour insiders are now openly admitting that it’s not if Boris wins now but by how big.
Thanks to a shift in opinion which has seen the Tories lead surge to 19 points, Boris is now on course to win at least 30 seats in Labour's English heartlands on December 12 including Bishop Auckland, Great Grimsby, Rother Valley, Stoke-on-Trent North, Workington and Bassetlaw.
Wakefield, Keighley, Dudley North and Newcastle under Lyme all look good for Boris too because only a 5% swing is needed.
Dewsbury, Bolton North East, and Darlington would all fall within a ten per cent swing.
And if the polls are right and there is an 15 per cent swing then Dennis Skinner would lose Bolsover and Tony Blair’s old seat of Sedgfield would go blue too.
Saturday, 23 November 2019
TBG can sensationally reveal that the BBC Question Time audience member who spoke out in Jeremy Corbyn’s defence over Brexit is a social media and communications officer for the Lewisham and Deptford Constituency Labour Party.
Liam Shrivastava even took to Twitter to acknowledge TBG’s scoop.
New polls out tonight point to a Boris Johnson landslide in the General Election on December 12th.
Whilst the all important poll tracker has Boris twelve points in front, another shows that the lead is increasing, to 19 points.
Even constituency polling shows that both Chucka Umunna and Sam Gyimah are course for sensational defeats in London City and Kensington respectively.
And just look at this leak TBG got earlier - it shows that even Jo Swinson is worried about her own seat going to the SNP.
Boris Johnson paid his third visit to Nottinghamshire since the General Election was called.
The Prime Minister visited staff and patients at Worksop hospital with former MP John Mann before facing off against other party leaders in a TV Question Time.
He met staff and patients alongside health secretary Matt Hancock too.
Friday, 22 November 2019
THE Conservatives have banned the Daily Mirror from the PM’s election battle bus, TBG can sensationally reveal.
Our Downing Street source says it was due to undue criticism of the Prime Minister.
As the bus headed for crucial electoral battlegrounds from Manchester to the north east with Mr Johnson earlier this week, the Daily Mirror correspondent was forced to wave goodbye.
The Mirror recently ran front page stories on the state of the NHS and criticised Mr Johnson over his response to flooding in the north of England.
The paper has also spread unfounded rumours about a Brexit deal with Donald Trump and the NHS being up for sale.
JEREMY Corbyn’s manifesto that amounts to £80 billion of tax increases per year (Daily Express, Nov 22nd) is the greatest threat to our economy in peacetime.
A Sturgeon-Corbyn coalition would mean total uncertainty with two pointless referendums in the first two years.
If Corbyn thinks that bribing the public sector with inflation busting pay rises will do the trick he is mistaken.
His pledge to build 100,000 new homes is wild fantasy because in Wales, where Labour is in power they built a total of 57 last year.
And all of this without mentioning the Antisemitism in his party and the fact that as an IRA sympathiser he held his manifesto launch in the same city and on the same anniversary as the Birmingham pub bombings.
What does that tell you about Corbyn?
It tells me that he’s a danger to national security.
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."
A senior Tory has told TBG that they fear that Dominic Raab could be under pressure from the Liberal Democrats in Esther and Walton.
“The chat among Surrey Tories is that Dominic Raab could be in trouble.”
A Lib Dem victory in Esher and Walton would mark an astonishing turnaround.
Raab won 58.6% of the vote in 2017 and had a majority of 23,298 over Labour.
The Lib Dems came third with just 17.3%.
They also fear that the Lib Dems could win Guildford for the first time since 2001 because Anne Milton, one of the 21 Tory rebels, could split the Tory vote after deciding to stand as an Independent.
Lib Dem Sue Doughty won there in 2001.
The Lib Dem’s also came close to taking Jeremy Hunt’s South West Surrey seat in 2005.
The Lib Dems have just confirmed that they have ousted their candidate for Birmingham Hodge Hill, Waheed Rafiq, over racist and anti-semitic posts online.
He Repeatedly Made Antisemitic Remarks and said he wanted to “kiss” a “cute black women.”
He also appeared to endorse the Syrian dictator Bashar Assad and backed Donald Trump for president.
He posted on Facebook in 2010 that it was “shocking to see how the Jewish government call themselves Jews when they are wiping out all the people of Gaza.”
BORIS Johnson is visiting Teesside for the second time as the Conservatives seek to win support in two key marginal seats.
He spoke to staff at Wilton Engineering, having already visited the Ebac factory in Newton Aycliffe.
Mr Johnson told workers that they will not have to pay National Insurance until they earn £12,000 if the Conservatives are elected to power.
He told TBG: “We are going to be cutting national insurance up to £12,000.”
“We are going to be making sure that we cut business rates for small businesses.”
“We are cutting tax for working people."
Tuesday, 19 November 2019
Boris Johnson absolutely smashed the Leader’s debate earlier tonight.
His Get Brexit Done strategy did wonders.
It simply underlined the stark choice that the British people have in this election.
Namely either more dither and delay under a Corbyn-Sturgeon coalition or certainty for business and investment in our public services paid for by a growing economy under Boris.
I’m backing Boris!
BORIS Johnson this morning set out how he would get tough on knife crime.
✔️ Anyone caught unlawfully with a knife will be immediately arrested, charged within 24 hours and expect to be in court within a week.
✔️ The Police will be empowered to target known knife carriers with new court orders.
✔️And there will be a funding boost for violence reduction units.
Boris told TBG “We have a comprehensive plan to cut down on the incidence of knife crime and to deal severely with those who commit these kinds of crime.”
“It consists of long-term measures to deal with the causes of crime including family breakdown, poor education and a culture of indiscipline and tough policing to catch those who carry and use knives, robust sentencing for those committing knife crimes, and a system for rehabilitating young offenders to stop them committing knife and other crimes in the future.”
“We need to send out a clear and unequivocal message that knife crime is unacceptable, and that carrying a knife will lead to serious punishment.”
THE Brexit Party lost it’s only MEP this morning after Louis Stedman-Bryce quit, TBG can sensationally reveal.
In a statement on Twitter he said: “It saddens me to leave the Brexit Party today.”
“I WILL NOT AND CANNOT compromise on my personal values, but I will continue to represent Scotland in the European Parliament.”
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