Tag: Michael Gove

Theresa May’s new Cabinet: Brexit Is On!

My first reaction on new British Prime Minister Theresa May’s cabinet appointments: I’m happy, hope you’re happy too… As an ardent Brexiteer, certainly, I feel a lot more optimistic about the future than I did two days when I penned this

Andrea Leadsom Emerges As The Brexit Front-Runner For PM

Andrea Leadsom is emerging as the Brexit-supporters’ Conservative leadership candidate of choice, following the apparent betrayal of Boris Johnson by Justice Minister Michael Gove. Leadsom has risen to second favourite according to the bookies odds, currently priced at 5/2 and

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Brexit: Why I’m Still Backing Gove for the Iron Throne

One of the many puzzling tweets I’ve seen on the subject of Michael Gove’s candidacy for the Conservative party leadership is this one: @WikiGuido @JamesDelingpole Now going to focus on #anyonebutGove ghastly backstabber! — Allie Wytchwood (@wytchwooda) July 1, 2016

Gove Attacks Globalisation, Says No Article 50 Before 2017

Conservative Party leadership candidate Michael Gove has delivered his first major leadership bid speech. Speaking at the Policy Exchange think tank, he launched into an impassioned defence of free market capitalism, while exposing the effects of globalisation and freedom of

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Ex PM Major Fires At ‘Jester’ Boris Johnson

Former Prime Minister Sir John Major, who saw his own leadership of the country fatally damaged by infighting over the European Union (EU) has attacked “Britain’s most popular politician” for his campaigning to get Britain out of the EU. Sir

All the Worst Remainers Read PPE at Oxford

Almost all the very worst MPs campaigning for Britain to remain in the European Union studied the same subject at Oxford University – Politics, Philosophy and Economics (PPE). By “worst”, I suppose I mean most especially those in government who have

Lib Dem attempts to smear Gove backfire horribly

Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has authorised the release of a secret dossier detailing all the policies that sinister, evil former Education Secretary Michael Gove would have introduced if only they hadn’t been sabotaged by his heroic and principled Lib