The army now on the streets 

After the mass murder of innocents at a pop concert in Manchester, the army has now been deployed on the streets as the threat of another terrorist attack is deemed imminent. 

Is it any wonder terrorists are roaming our streets and infesting our society when the government has welcomed back hundreds of trained killers from Syria? What about those who routinely fly to places like Pakistan and Libya? What does the government think they’re going there for? These are terrorist hotspots. 

My anger is also aimed at those who keep telling us “refugees welcome”. People like Lib Dem leader Tim Farron, who wants to welcome tens of thousands from North Africa. Strangely, little Timmy has been quiet since the murders. 

Britain has to put up the barriers. We must not listen to the bleeding heart liberal do-gooders. We must increase security spending instead of sending billions in foreign aid. We must stop getting involved in wars of conquest. We must close down radical mosques. And we must deport failed asylum seekers immediately. 

If we fail to take serious action, Britain will turn into a war zone, then the whole army, what’s left of it, will be on the streets. 

An immigration idea for the Tories 

Here’s a little idea the Tories may wish to use in the forthcoming general election. The Green Party, co-led by Brighton MP Caroline Lucas, wants to open the doors to allow more immigrants into Britain. Would it not be a good idea to move the immigration centre from Croydon to Brighton, and let her deal with it? The people of Brighton should be ok with it. After all, they’re the ones voting for her and her ideas. 

Then there’s Tim Farron and his idea of bringing 50,000 refugees from Syria to Britain. How about putting every person who is granted refugee status into Farron’s constituency of Westmorland and Lonsdale? Again, voters there are the ones supporting him and his ideas. 

Lucas and Farron can have no cause for complaint. They support mass immigration and should therefore take responsibility. Their constituents should have no cause for complaint either. They’re electing these people knowing full well what they stand for. 

Let’s see how keen these two idiots are when they have to take responsibility for their ideas. 

Now is not the time to raise corporation tax

Once again, you have to question the sanity of the Labour party. In its leaked manifesto, the party plans to hike corporation tax by 40%. A good idea, some might think, make companies pay for extra state spending. 

So what happens if this goes ahead? The likes of Nissan and Honda will simply up sticks and move, leading to a huge loss in manufacturing jobs and less tax revenue. Is this what Labour wants?

During this difficult negotiation with the EU, it is imperative we try to convince businesses to remain in the UK. Raising corporation tax is not a good argument to persuade them. The EU is terrified that Britain will lower corporation tax and attract businesses to Britain. The last thing it wants is an economic powerhouse on its doorstep taking businesses away from the continent. With the £ at a lower level, reducing corporation tax will ensure that not only will companies stay in Britain, but more businesses are likely to move here, thus creating more jobs and a higher tax tax. Surely even these Corbyn can see that?

But then, Labour has never been any good at economics. 

What’s Labour’s plans for the Brexit windfall?

I asked Labour MP Mike Gapes what his party’s plans were for the £11bn windfall that Britain will get once we leave the EU and this is his reply:

I don’t see this as a sensible reply to a reasonable question. It seems odd to me that Labour and the Lib Dems have no plans for what to do with the extra money, which begs the question: do either of these parties have any intention of respecting the referendum result and have therefore decided not to include this money in their calculations? Or are they willing to keep paying into Brussels in the hope that one day Britain will rejoin and the path to renewed membership will be smooth?

For some bizarre reason they fail to acknowledge that Britain will save a fortune by leaving the EU and don’t seem keen to spend this money in manifesto commitments. They constantly bang on about the NHS and education being underfunded. Here are two areas that can benefit, yet they won’t talk about using the money. 

A bit sinister wouldn’t you agree?

Farron wants to invite 50,000 people from Syria 

The Lib Dems have decided that it would be a good idea to bring 50,000 Syrian refugees to Britain at a cost of £4.3bn. 

Where is he going to find the money? Where is he going to house them in the midst of a massive housing crisis? Where are these people going to work? He wants EU free movement to continue. Where are the jobs coming from?

This is typical woolly-headed thinking from Farron’s lot yet again. Waste of good oxygen. 

Tories off the hook 

The Crown Prosecution Service has cleared a group of Conservative MPs over abuse of expenses in the 2015 general election, but one case remains under consideration: Thanet South, which happens to be the seat that Nigel Farage was contesting. 

There’s something not quite right about this. Wonder if Nige will pursue this further…

Protect our fisheries 

With the Brexit negotiations about to kick off, there’s bound to be lots of give and take between both sides, but there are some things that cannot be compromised. Our fishing industry is one. 

The British government must ensure that this is a red line and we will take back full control and rebuild it. If the EU attempts to force the British to continue the current practice of quotas, they should be told it’s not up for debate and move on. It might affect the EU’s fishing fleets but so what? When Ted Heath handed over our territorial waters it decimated our own fleet. It was a shameful act and must not be allowed to continue. 

I support our fishing industry and wish to see it grow. 

Macron bad for Brexit? Just ignore him 

Emmanuel Macron is going to be the new president of France. He’s apparently going to give Britain a hard time over Brexit. 

This is same Macron who was economic advisor to the disastrous outgoing president  François Hollande. The same Macron who had never been elected to public office until yesterday. The same Macron who went to Downing Street and straight afterwards tried to woo finance business to France. The same Macron who was an investment banker and the darling of the “progressive alliance”. The same Macron who will be no more than a nodding dog to Angela Merkel. 

Theresa May shouldn’t worry. Just ignore the Frenchman and deal with Merkel direct. Macron will agree to anything he’s told to.