HE’S miles ahead in the polls and expected by his party faithful to become Prime Minister later this year.
So why is Sir Keir Starmer even entertaining the idea of a cosy chat with the SNP leader?
Is Sir Keir Starmer worried about his party’s ‘surface-deep’ popularity?[/caption]
Or is it because his policy cupboard is still so bare that Starmer feels he might not win outright?
Make no mistake though, a Labour/SNP carve-up would be bad news.
The price of any pact would surely be a second Scottish independence referendum and in the meantime a demand for closer ties with Europe.
Many key figures in Labour are die-hard Remainers desperate for a return to the EU.
Brexit would be at risk.
The SNP are effectively old-style Labour militants in tartan.
Any such coalition of confusion would spell disaster for the country.
Halt Beeb bias
WHILE 130 people a week are prosecuted in secret courts for not paying their TV licences, the BBC relentlessly shoves leftie content down viewers’ throats.
We can only hope she succeeds.
Current BBC chief Tim Davie once promised to take on left-wingers in the comedy department.
He also pledged to crack down on his stars using social media to make political points.
What is he waiting for?
We see no ships
IT is over 40 years since the Falklands War, the last time Britain ruled the waves.
Now we’re lucky if we can get more than half a dozen of our best ships out to sea at once.
Luckier still if they don’t then crash into each other.
Meanwhile, our two monumentally expensive aircraft carriers are now virtually obsolete.
But this time we must buy ourselves the right kit.
And not allow MoD procurement chiefs to waste billions more turning our pride of the sea into a national joke.
HE was once the beloved, swash-buckling war hero Prince.
Tragically — and unnecessarily — the Duke of Sussex has become a sad tribute act, hawking his royal name to Hollywood’s highest bidders.
At this rate, Harry, history is unlikely to be kind.