First Team Star
Jul 25, 2019, 7:13 AM
Location: A Wee Toon in the Scottish Borders
Labour has failed to learn lessons of the past.
The more they lurch to the left, with ridiculous out-dated policies, the more the Tories can move to the right. Just look at the people sat around the cabinet table this morning.
With Labour under Foot, Thatcher seized the moment. If labour had a more centrist leader (someone mentioned David Milliband) would Boris be so brave with his cabinet?
Labour are less of a political party than the Brexit Party ,
The are just a virtue signalling pressure group without a Scooby Doo of how to appeal to voters or run the country.
I like Johnsn's no-nonsense approach to creating his cabinet. That sends a strong message......
I'm loving the way the BBC are struggling with the whole concept of a Boris Johnson Government.
Their attempt to influence the outcome of the Tory leadership election has failed and now they are struggling to work out their stance against the Johnson regime.
The buffoon strategy seeed to play well with those already set against Johnson but not the Tory membership so what's a biased and partisan news corporation to do now?
It will be interesting to see how their strategy develops.
(This post was edited by Yatesman on Jul 25, 2019, 7:19 AM)