In response to Caroline ffiske: If Boris won’t create a Leave alliance, the grass roots must,
I don’t think Boris actually wants a true Brexit because if he did he would already have broken bread with the Brexit party. He knows the numbers could be tight at an election and the truth is he is little different from May, he just hides it a bit better, and is a better actor at making the right noises he knows we all want to hear.
In truth he would probably rather see Corbyn in power than deliver no deal. Well, Boris, we have all had enough of politicians and their bloody ‘deals’, we just want democracy delivered.
And as for all this Farage not being a ‘fit and proper person’ – I believe this was said to be deliberately insulting (just like Mrs Quisling when she constantly criticised Trump to deliberately ruin relations).
Sorry, Boris, I really wanted to believe you were the right man to deliver true Brexit, but like the untrustworthy politician we know you are you have just proved you are unworthy of our trust.
As they say, actions always speak louder than words, and Boris, your actions shout very loud indeed.
Emulous Burt wrote:
The mutual distrust of Boris and Nigel will condemn us to be a European vassal for ever.
All those lives lost in WWI & II for nought. We are soon to be ruled from Berlin.