Political parties, like fish, rot from the head down and Boris Johnson’s Conservatives proved they’re unfit to govern, on a day of shame.
Police called to deal with a pompous senior Tory MP, Sir Geoffrey Clifton-Brown, who was banned from his own conference, confirmed this is the party of lawlessness and disorder.
The inability of another prominent MP, Sir Desmond Swayne, to understand why blacking his face is offensive to victims of racism was the ignorant arrogance of a reactionary twerp.
And Boris Johnson insisting he didn’t squeeze the thigh of a woman at a lunch he can’t remember was the shifty explanation of a PM who can’t be trusted to tell the truth.
The sooner we see the back of this Tory shower the better, when our country would benefit from a government delivering real change as well as dealing with the Europe chaos created by Johnson and his rabble.
Johnson couldn’t be trusted to run a bath.
China’s oppressive Communist rulers need to recognise they’re damaging the reputation of the superpower with violent suppression of protests in Hong Kong.
The nation’s emergence over the past 70 years as an economic giant is impressive yet politically it remains stuck in a draconian past: denying more than one billion people access to democracy and basic human rights.
President Xi Jinping’s vision of unity triggered the unrest and Hong Kongers are understandably worried for the future of the one country, two systems policy.
Instead of endangering civil liberties in Hong Kong, China’s despotic regime should be bold and extend civil rights to the rest of nation.
Congratulations to the mother who forced her teenage son to pick up litter after he dropped chips on a pavement.
Hopefully he’s a chip off the old block and will grow up to be as clean living as a mum who didn’t sweep his mess under the carpet.