Six of the best
Reader’s Comment of the Week
In response to Cerberus: Trust the people. They can see off Project Grief, cmp679 wrote:
“If my Dad’s any guide – Mirror reader, old Labour, limited interest in politics – he sees straight through Project Grief. My impression from talking to people all over the country is the working class are much more fired up for this than a General Election, most are for Leave and turnout will be high.”
TCW Hero of the Week
Ukip leader Nigel Farage fulfilled the purpose of his political career by delivering us to freedom on Thursday. Whilst the plaudits are focused on Vote Leave’s swanky headquarters, if the saviour of our nation is to be found, he’ll be in the pub.
Without Farage, David Cameron would never have offered a referendum to the people, and after decades of pressure, 41 years of seemingly endless EU expansion has been halted by one man.
TCW salutes Nigel for setting us free – thank you so much.
TCW Villain of the Week
Shameless Education Secretary and Minister for Wimmin Nicky Morgan was quick to pounce David Cameron’s vacancy by getting some mates to say she was considering becoming our next Prime Minister.
It clearly hasn’t crossed Nicky’s mind that she was on the wrong side of history, defied by the courageous will of the British people and took part in one of the most barrel-scraping campaigns in recent history.
TCW thinks Nicky should focus on the important things, like explaining to her constituents why she had no faith in them to take control of their own country…
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