Brexit damages friendships
The Prime Minister has come and out and said the Brexit campaign has damaged his friendship with Boris Johnson!
According to reports in The Guardian David Cameron said their bond had been dented. He said it was “frustrating” that Johnson – and another close ally, justice secretary Michael Gove – had chosen to campaign for Brexit.
All very heartfelt until the interview tackles Brexit and border controls. According to Mr Cameron, it is a myth Brexit would improve border controls! I beg to differ Prime Minister – it’s a myth that border controls are working at present.
The Liz Truss and Ed Miliband Show
Meanwhile in The Daily Telegraph, Liz Truss has been branded a hypocrite
after she joined forces with Ed Miliband to warn that a Brexit would threaten the world’s plants and animals. The Environment Secretary said a Brexit would leave “our global habitat… starved of investment, bereft of protections and denied the leadership it needs”.
What nonsense – last year the Tory the Cabinet was saying Mr Miliband himself was a threat – to national security nonetheless! It’s time for the Remainians to make their minds up.
Meddling Malcolm Turnbull
Now The Prime Minister of Australia is at. it! Malcom Turnbull says he would welcome the UK staying in the EU in The Daily Express. Although his rhetoric is not as strong and threatening as that of President Obama a couple of weeks ago, it is still unwelcome.
We don’t need your advice Mr Turnbull, the British people can make their own minds up. They made that clear enough to President Obama.