Play by rules or be flout of office
ANOTHER day, another damaging claim which suggests the Prime Minister regards rules as simply something for other people.
Boris Johnson must start being straight with ordinary voters.[/caption]
The Prime Minister is adamant that he will not quit over the Christmas party scandal that has hit his leadership.
He declares that he still has many ambitions to fulfil.
But if he wants to achieve this aim he has to start being straight with ordinary voters.
He needs to get a grip of his No10 operation and end this government’s culture of half-truths.
Even on Friday a senior Tory tried to claim there was no alcohol at the now-notorious Westminster knees-ups.
Does anybody really believe that?
The PM’s credibility and his time in No10 are at stake unless he stops playing us for mugs.
WHEN will senior politicians take a more aggressive approach to the selfish millions who still refuse to get their jabs?
While Omicron threatens the NHS they take up vital intensive care beds.
Shocking statistics show that 60 per cent of 18 to 29-year-olds who need emergency care with the bug are unvaccinated.
Almost half of all Covid patients who had emergency care in hospital under 60 have not had one jab, let alone a booster.
These deluded people are denying life-saving care to other seriously sick people.
Many don’t even seem to care if they catch or pass on the deadly disease.
But if there is no appetite for mandatory jabs in Britain it is surely time these refuseniks were inconvenienced more and condemned from the very top.
They are not exercising their rights. They are denying the rights of others.
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Justice v judges
GOVERNMENTS have been promising to throw out more foreign criminals for years.
Too many have dodged deportation by appealing to flawed human rights laws.
It is crazy that murders, rapists and paedophiles are allowed to stay just because they claim to have a family life here.
The safety of law-abiding citizens must surely be a higher priority.
Words are all very well: it is the judges Justice Secretary Dominic Raab will have to convince.
Too often their rulings fall straight into line with the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg.
They have brought in a privacy law through the back door.
Why should we imagine they will be any less slavish on foreign criminals?
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